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Monday, August 30, 2010

New aerial silks cirriculum!

As many of you have noticed, our aerial silks program has changed. Classes now go by the name of Aerial Silks beginning and intermediate. We have also added an intro to silks for beginners. Here is how you know what class to attend.

If you were previously a 1.0, 1.5, or 2.0 silks student you should attend the beginning class.

If you were a 2.5 or a 3.0, you are now an intermediate student.

The Intro to Silks class is for brand new students who need to learn how to climb and tie off. This class should be repeated until you have mastered these skills. If everyone knows how to climb and tie off, we can move through the beginning class cirriculum much faster.

The cirriculum has been amped up in difficulty with new moves that have never been taught in our studio. The beginning class will be difficult. Please only attend the intermediate class if you were able to master all of the 2.5 and 3.0 moves.

It may be wise to go back to the beginning level to learn all of the new moves that have been added to the cirriculum.

Each class has over 30 moves in it. Of course we can not accomplish all of these moves in one hour, so we will spread them out over the course of a month. This means that you will stay in each level for 2-3 months to ensure that you have learned all of the moves that class has to offer.

Advanced aerial silks will be added at a later date...but it promises to be much more difficult than intermediate with moves that demand only the most experienced aerial silks student.

I'm so excited!!! I love a challenge. Don't you?

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