Double belay

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Pie Drop to Single Thigh Star Drop without dropping tails

Crossback entry in sling from ground

Cupid entrance to 360 drop

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My aerial theory manual is available now!! Follow the link in my bio. Learn skills that make learning sequences easy 😘 when you take on a sequence, it's easier if you already know the skills and what you're looking for. My book breaks down aerial silks skills with easy to follow photos and instructions. Proximal: An Introduction to Aerial Theory 🤩🤩🤩 Thanks to Julia @aerialhorizon for teaching me this super sneaky entrance into 360°wrap 😘 And I thought it flowed nicely into that turn-around 360°drop 💃🤓 I'll be at @vertigo.ecuador judging the competition and teaching from July 4-9. Come take class with me ♥️ #aerialsilks #aerialdesign #aerialrope #cordelisse #circus #cirque #circuseverydamnday #aerialarts #aerialdance #aerialinspiration #aerialist #aerialtissue #aerialtissu #tecidoacrobatico #danzaaerea #acrobatics #aerialnation #aerialbeauty #aerialistofig #aerial #athletic #strong #flexible #aerialfabric #pepearts #circusinspiration

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Drop from double crochet seat

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Finally got around to figuring out this drop I’ve seen floating around the gram. The mechanics are simple but it took some practice to work out the kinks and add some finesse. Thanks @p.s.circus and @mizukishina for the inspiration and @3rinnhicks for training with me tonight! . . . . . . . . . . . . . #aerialfabric #aerialsilks #aerialtissue #aerialistsofig #circusstrong #circustraining #cirqueduinsta #aerialaddict #aerialistsofinstagram #cirquegram #aerialbeauty #aerialarts #circusinternational #aerialflow #aerialtraining #circusperformer #aerialcircus #circusartistcirque #aerialmovement #denverdance #aerialdance #circuseverydamnday #aerialmovement #aerialtricks #aerialists #aeriallife #weheartaerial #cirque #denverarts #circusinspiration #strikeapose

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Elbow belay

florida belay

Flamenco Grip entry into S-Wrap

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Technique Tip Tuesday – Flamenco Grip entry into S-Wrap The Flamenco Grip struggle is real! First, make sure your shoulders & wrists have been warmed up prior to practicing the Flamenco Grip (a dynamic warm-up including arm circles along with shoulder, wrist & forearm stretches). Second, know that for some, it comes easily, to others it seems nearly impossible. Everyone has a unique range of motion in their shoulders and wrists. S-wrap is used for Windmills & side falling drops such as Double Star. This is one of many ways into S-Wrap! 1) Begin from a Classic Climb (the video shows right side). Reach your right arm up high, place the pinkie finger side of your hand on the outside of the pole & grab. 2) Fully straighten your arm & internally rotate your shoulder. Lean your torso away from the pole. 3) Pass your free arm through followed by your torso & head. 4) Bend your elbow & lower your hand placing your right arm behind the pole. Place your left hand under your right. 5) Release your feet and circle your right leg fully around the tail until it is on the outside of your right hip. 6) Invert into a straddle. Hook your right knee. 7) Use your top hand to pass the tail to the front (if you're doing Windmill, keep it behind you for Star drops). ~ 🚫Common Mistakes #1 – Not reaching your hand high enough – It makes it nearly impossible to grip the fabric! ~ #2 – Not leaning back enough – You won't have enough space to pass your free arm & head through! ~ #3 – Inverting with accidental straight arms – Make sure to lower your hands prior to inverting (unless you have a strong straight arm inversion!) ~ ✨Want to learn more S-Wrap entries? Join APTV and enjoy 2 weeks on us! Link in bio or visit www.aerialphysique.tv

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Cat’s cradle sequence

360 drop catching tails

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La Vuelta al Mundo Para mis alumnas. 🖤 Técnicas para ayudarnos a controlar el cuerpo mejor en las caídas. Esta caída es buenísima para entender que aunque sea una caída – no significa que nos tiremos sin ningún tipo de activación o control en el cuerpo. Más bien el contrario. En las caídas tenemos que entender qué le pasará al cuerpo en el momento de caída libre. Qué tenemos que activar para no caer descontroladamente? La vuelta al mundo es una caída perfecta para aprender porque sea tirada de forma más controladita o más suelta, las dos maneras son seguras y encima, bonitas. 💙 En el primer vídeo activo el centro y las piernas en el momento de tirarme, me plego hacia delante y ahí uso mi fuerza para frenarme y controlar la vuelta. En el segundo vídeo me tiro sin más, cero activación, cero control, solamente suelto las manos y me dejo caer. Parecen dos caídas diferentes pero son 100% iguales. Las dos maneras valen, se ven bonitas las dos, pero lo interesante es entender que incluso en las caídas buscamos mantener cierto nivel de control y activación corporal para estar seguras y no tirarnos cada cosa a lo loco. 😉 Una vez que integremos eso en la práctica, podemos elegir cómo queremos que sea la caída, variación una o dos. Yyuuppiiiii!! . Y en el tercer vídeo va un ejercicio sencillo para trabajar ese mismo control. Lo vi en la página de @aerialphysique y me gustó bastante. 😝 . Feliz entreno a todas! Muak 😘😘 . 🦎👣🐢 #talcomrajavideo . Conjunto: @shambhalabarcelona 'KAITLYN15' para 15% de descuento . #silks #aerialarts #keeppracticing #aerialartist #aerialnation #aeriallove #aerialtraining #circusarts #aerialtissue #aerialistsofinstagram #aerialsilks #yogaaereo #aerialistsofig #aerialists #aerialistofig #aerialyoga #shambhalatribe #aerialsilk #aerialbeauty #aerialfitness #circo #acrotelas #telasaereas #telas #aerialtissu #aerials #telasacrobaticas #acrobaciaaerea #acrobaciaentela

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note the double twist behind back