Hanging on by a....what? Uniquely Using Your Corde Lisse - Sarah Dawn

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Hanging on by a....what? Uniquely Using Your Corde Lisse - Sarah Dawn

45.00

ROPE/CORDE LISSE - INTERMEDIATE +
FRIDAY 430-6 AC
(1 spot left as of 3/28)

Don’t think that the only way to hold on to the rope is with your hands! This class will explore other ways to grip the rope, as well as wraps, poses, and drops that utilize the unique properties of rope to create hands free stability in the air. Participants should feel comfortable attempting toe climbs and holds, as we will touch on some mallakhamb technique. Must also be able to invert multiple times in the air. (this is a great workshop for those who are interested in rope but have no prior experience)

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Sarah discovered the wonderful world of movement arts 14 years ago, when a good friend made her her first hula-hoop, starting a lovely journey down a rabbit hole of circus arts that has culminated in her aerial career today. Though Sarah loves the stage, bringing dynamic creativity to her performances, her main passion lies in teaching. She loves to share her aerial knowledge and commitment to health and wellness, inspiring others to lead healthier lives through circus. For the past seven years, Sarah has taught out of her studio, Such Great Heights Aerial Arts, in West Oakland, as well as at Kinetic Arts, Trapeze Arts, and others around the Bay Area and beyond, sharing her knowledge at circus schools, retreats, and festivals around the country. Sarah is a 2017 graduate of the Frequent Flyers Aerial Dance Professional Training Program in Boulder, Colorado, specializing in corde lisse, fabric, and partnering. With a Master’s Degree in Nursing and 10 years of experience as an ER Nurse, Sarah also has a deep understanding of health and wellness, injury assessment and prevention, and advanced first aid, and aims to combine art and science to explore the unique mental and physical effects circus has on the body.