Spiral

Spiral

/ with Kathryn Cooley (2017)

Please note: You do not have to have ever been on a spiral before ( There aren’t many of them in the world!)

Participants need to have been training in aerial techniques and are comfortable with working at a height. THIS IS NOT A TECHNIQUE CLASS. This class will allow the participant to try out
a new piece of aerial kit, give time and space for improvisation and creating new approaches to working with aerial apparatuses.

We recommend that you have conditioned yourself physically before coming along, though this is a great class to combine with other technical classes as it allows a break in technique training to allow for the exploration of new movement in a safe environment.

Bring a smart phone, laptop etc for recording yourself, We will be using improvisation techniques to create a solo to be performed at the end of the week.

Clothing: As much skin exposed as possible! Now don’t go silly we’re not trying to be Shane Holohan’s Doubles Trapeze class, but the spiral can get very slippery so exposed skin from knees down, and armpits up is a good call.


Spiral

/ with Lee Clayden (2017)

Please note: You do not have to have ever been on a spiral before ( There aren’t many of them in the world!)

Participants need to have been training in aerial techniques and are comfortable with working at a height. THIS IS NOT A TECHNIQUE CLASS. This class will allow the participant to try out
a new piece of aerial kit, give time and space for improvisation and creating new approaches to working with aerial apparatuses.

We recommend that you have conditioned yourself physically before coming along, though this is a great class to combine with other technical classes as it allows a break in technique training to allow for the exploration of new movement in a safe environment.

Bring a smart phone, laptop etc for recording yourself, We will be using improvisation techniques to create a solo to be performed at the end of the week.

Clothing: As much skin exposed as possible! Now don’t go silly we’re not trying to be Shane Holohan’s Doubles Trapeze class, but the spiral can get very slippery so exposed skin from knees down, and armpits up is a good call.

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