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    Beginner Static Trapeze

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    Flying through the air with the greatest of ease... ever dream of that? Aerial Arts NYC is here to make that dream a reality. In this mixed level Static Trapeze class, you will be working on a bar connected to the ceiling by two ropes. You'll learn poses and sequences, both below the bar and on the ropes, a foundation you can build into flips and momemtum-based skills and tricks. Before you know it, you will be onto the flying trapeze moves you've admired from afar. You'll be ready to run off and join the circus in no time at all!
    Beginner Static Trapeze

    235 E 49th St, New York

    • Learn poses and sequences from a single, stationary bar
    • Focus on the fundamentals of walking the trapeze by practicing perfect technique
    • Build a foundation to learn the more complex skills, such as flipping on the bar and momentum-based tricks
    • No experience necessary
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    34 positive reviews
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    Beginner Silks

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    Silk, soaring, and the sky -- sounds a little like the life of Zeus. Beginner silks combines aerial, visual, and circus stunts, providing an elegant, energetic workout. With Aerial Arts NYC, you'll learn the fundamentals of silks -- one long piece of fabric attached in the middle to the ceiling -- including climbs, inversions, and dangling upside down. You'll be guided through simple choreography to perfect a beautiful and graceful routine. Channeling your inner cirque-du-soleil, indulge in a workout that challenges every muscle in your body. Fly like the Greek Gods... draped in silk!
    Beginner Silks

    235 E 49th St, New York

    • Learn the basics of aerial silks such as climbing, inverting, and hanging upside-down
    • Discover sequences, drops, slides, and flips that allow you to descend the fabric with style and grace
    • Exercise every muscle in your body through conditioning and choreography
    • No experience necessary
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    34 positive reviews
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    Lyra

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    Lyra, also known as the aerial hoop, is an acrobatic apparatus that much resembles a hula hoop. In this class, you will learn to navigate the intense intricacies of the lyra while building a vocabulary of poses, drops, and spins, with a focus on transitions and fluidity. Classes typically conclude with strengthening and conditioning exercises for maximizing your individual dexterity. In this activity, you may find yourself having to jump through hoops... literally!
    Lyra

    350 Moffat St, Brooklyn

    • Discover the acrobatic charm of lyra, also known as the aerial hoop
    • Pose, drop, and spin your way to an exciting activity that involves plenty of exercise
    • Feel your body and mind develop new strength and dexterity practicing this intricate art
    • Enjoy this great aerial experience
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    38 positive reviews
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    Handstands

    (35)
    What appeared on your childhood bucket list? Be the first President to ban broccoli, win the field day sack race, or maybe hold a handstand the longest? Channeling your inner acrobat, Aerial Arts teaches you the intricacies behind the challenging handstand. Improving your core strength, upper body, and balance, you'll learn the proper technique that will have you standing tall, upright, and unwavering... just upside down. In a fun and relaxed environment, embrace those childhood goals, and maybe even learn to walk on your hands!
    Handstands

    235 E 49th St, New York

    • Learn the proper form for balancing on your hands
    • Improve balance, and core and upper body strength as you practice handstands
    • Enjoy a fun and relaxed environment for a perfect workout
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    34 positive reviews
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    Flexibility

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    Do you feel like your body has gone from Gumby to tree trunk over the past few years? Add some range back into your movement with an all-levels class focused on building flexibility. Your professional instructor will take you through a series of stretches and conditioning to warm up your body as you make your way into front bends, backbends, and splits. You'll work through most of your moves with the assistance of a partner to safely maneuver each technique and guarantee proper form. As you advance in your practice, you'll gradually build new skills as well as strength, confidence, and, of course, flexibility.
    Flexibility

    350 Moffat St, Brooklyn

    • Learn techniques to increase flexibility and range of movement
    • Practice front bends, backbends, and splits
    • Learn from a professional circus arts instructor
    • Develop skills that will help you gain flexibility and strength
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    38 positive reviews

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