Ready to fly? The aerials learning program is dedicated to you if you are ready to try something exciting.
REMEMBER: any acrobatic movements is stresful for your body and potentially dangerous. Many dancers (even more experience dancers) injure themself while training for aerials.
Be sure to be physically fit to the kind of aereals we will propose in the training and consult your doctor to be sure you are in the condition to do lifts and jumps.
Be sure also to always train with soft mattresses around and to always have other people around you helping (called â€œspottersâ€) to support you in case something goes wrong.
You want to be safe, injure free and dance until you are 95 years old, at least.
it’s time to fly…
Beginner Aerials Moves
- Barrel Roll Jump (beginner)
- The Spit (beginner)
- The Ace In The Hole (beginner)
- Cherry Drop Dip (beginner)
- The Kaye Dip (beginner)
- The Push-Out (beginner)
- The Lindy Throw-Out (beginner)
- The A-Frame (beginner)
- The Swing Set (beginner)
- The Frog Jump (beginner)
Intermediate Aerials Moves
- The Judo Flip (intermediate)
- The Duck and Dive (intermediate)
- The Tree House (intermediate)
- The Charleston Flip (intermediate)
- The Trip Flip (intermediate)
- The Slingshot Aerial (intermediate)
- Around The Back (intermediate)
- Lindy Flip (intermediate)
- The Crunch Toss (intermediate)
- The White Russian Aerial (intermediate)