Kansas City Aerial Arts will be suspending all classes, private lessons and parties through March 28th in order to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
Aerial arts is not just for “other people.” It is for all people and that totally includes YOU!
No matter how “in shape” or “out of shape” you are, when you first start taking aerial classes, your body goes through a period of adjustment. In addition to tired muscles, you will have sore hands, unhappy feet, and more than a few scrapes and bruises. One of those bruises may even be to your ego.
School, work, vacations, and family can all effect your workout routine. When you’re ready to get back to it though, we’re here for you!
For me personally, I didn’t enjoy traditional workout activities so it felt like I was wasting precious time doing something I hated. No one wants that, but getting active is an important part of a healthy and happy lifestyle.
Private Lessons are great for out-of-towners passing through or for students craving their instructor’s full and undivided attention.
So you want to improve your aerial training but you can’t be in the studio every day? FINE, fair enough. There are lots of ways to improve your aerial training at home with limited equipment.
Anyone who knows me—particularly those who know me through the aerial community—might be surprised to hear that I am not the biggest fan of my shoulders.
One of the most important parts of the training our Training Company receives is the yearly spring mainstage production.
Personally, I think there are MANY reasons for exploring Circus Arts classes, but I’m clearly biased.
Many adults are hesitant to sign up for aerial classes because they think they’re “too old.” To you, I offer up examples of people who prove otherwise, such as Joan, a wonderful student I taught while living in Portland.
We understand that the entertainment you choose for your event can make or break the evening, and we don’t take that task lightly.