I have been teaching aerial skills for around five years and opened Cloud Nine Aerial Arts in 2017. Classes are offered in aerial silks, sling, Lyra, aerial yoga and pole from beginners to advanced. It is my goal to make aerial dance accessible to students of all ages, abilities, and skill levels. Group classes and private lessons are available for ages 6-99. I am also able to travel with a portable aerial rig for demonstrations and small group lessons, or can attach to theater rigging that is rated.
In addition to aerial classes, I am available for private and semi private lessons in beginner through advanced tap, jazz, and dance for musical theater. I have 30+ years experience in ground based dance.
Private lessons are perfect for choreography, audition prep, and skill building.
Check us out online at www.cloudnineaeriarts.com, on Facebook, and Instagram at /cloudnineaerialarts
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With brand new aerial students, a good amount of time is spent condition and teaching proper alignment. Students can expect to learn 3-5 skills per class. For more advanced students, lessons include 1-2 new skills and choreographed combinations based on their aerial vocabulary. Private lessons can be tailored to skill building, choreography, strength moves, or other student interests.
I have studied aerial since 2008 and have been teaching since 2014. I have been training in multiple dance based disciplines since 1985.
The group class rate is 20.00 per class. Private and semiprivate lessons are 65.00 per hour. Package discounts are available.
Group classes are for students of all abilities ages 12+. Private lessons are available from age 6.
i have worked with students of all shapes and sizes, all levels of fitness, and both traditional and special needs.
In 2019, my students performed across the Kansas City area, Saint Louis, Los Angeles, and Salt Lake City. We took home six medals at a regional aerial competition and a national title.
For aerial, always all about rigging, insurance, and training be wary of any instructor who doesn't share that information enthusiastically.