Aerial Spinners

Aerial Spinners

Aerial Spinners 2000 1390 Emily Glaeser
In the first half of class students will learn how to feel comfortable and controlled when working with a spinner, as well as different types of spins. During the second half of class students will learn a short sequence of choreography that will teach them how to adapt familiar poses, drops, and tricks onto a spinner.
A spinner is a piece of equipment that you attach to the top of an aerial hammock to make it spin/rotate – because of this spinning you may get dizzy or motion sick while practicing. If you are someone prone to motion sickness you may want to take Dramamine before class!
Prerequisite note: You will need to complete an aerial arts fundamentals workshop as well as an Intro to Flips and Tricks class to participate.