Instructional videos with emphasis on detailed explanations of fundamentals, technique, and theory. Includes original sequences, poses & tricks, and choreography. Features drills, conditioning, and body awareness practices.
Organized by type of skill, level, and rig height (choose how you browse the skills).
Appropriate for aerialists ranging from absolute-beginner to advanced-intermediate. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with requests.
By Sara Kaiser of Wakeful Ascent Aerial Arts located in Bishop, California
The use of these online videos is at your own risk. This channel serves as a supplement and not a replacement for live, professional instruction.
I have attempted to order these in what might be a logical progression from easy to difficult, but things get very subjective at the int/adv level. Some things that are easy for one aerialist are confounding to another and vice versa. I will continue to add content to this collection. If you have special requests please email me (Sara) at email@example.com
I forgot to mention to try your best to point your toes as you roll. It actually helps with the dive, especially in the forward direction. It is really tricky to point them fully, however, and you can see here I was not all the way there! Do your best.
I'd also like to add--make sure you have en...
I include a skill that will help you train the hand pattern for this. It is important to use caution during this skill. Use a mat and start close to the ground (not too close, of course). Although you do land upright if something goes wrong, know that you can still get hurt that way and it is pos...