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Your ABILITY should FAR exceed what you perform and teach

Aerialist Sarah Romanowsky is a force to be reckoned with! She is a sought-after performer and instructor who is constantly traveling the world sharing her incredible talents and signature moves. Currently based in Berlin, Sarah will be joining us live from our studio in...
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How to Overcome Your Fear of Heights

“I started aerial as a way to change my mind about heights. I am still really afraid, but I have learned a few things that make me less afraid.” –Annie H (Aerial student) Acrophobia, or extreme fear of heights, is among the most common phobias...
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How to Manage Performance Anxiety

Performance anxiety, commonly referred to as “stage fright” in performing arts contexts, is a distressing and disabling condition that affects performers of all ages. At least half of all performing artists, regardless of age, gender, and talent or experience level, report problems associated with...
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Finding Your Style

A Guide For Aerialists

WHAT IS YOUR AERIAL STYLE? Style is learned, adopted, manipulated, and developed over time. Sometimes on accident, sometimes on purpose, and often times both. Your style as an aerialist is a combination of the quality of your movement, technique, music choices, subject matter, trick combinations and transitions. Your style is what...
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