Aerial Silks II

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Aerial Silks II is for students with previous aerial experience or who have completed Aerial Silks I. Classes expand upon silks vocabulary, continuing to build strength, stamina, and knowledge of aerial silks technique. Aerial Silks II integrates more complex material compared to Aerial Silks I, including inversions and flexibility training.


UPCOMING SESSIONS:

jan 29–march 7

 SILKS II
DAYS: Mon/Wed Mornings
TIME: 10:00-11:30am
INSTRUCTOR: Tolly
DURATION: 6 weeks (12 classes)
PRICE: $300


jan 30–march 8

SILKS II & III
DAYS: Tues/Thurs Afternoons
TIME: 12:00-1:30pm
INSTRUCTOR: Maya/Nicole
DURATION: 6 weeks (12 classes)
PRICE: $300


MARCH 19–APRIL 18

SILKS II
DAYS: Mon/Wed Evenings
TIME: 7:15–8:45pm
INSTRUCTOR: Annie
DURATION: 5 weeks (10 classes)
PRICE: $250


APRIL 30–MAY 30

SILKS II
DAYS: Mon/Wed Mornings
TIME: 10:00-11:30am
INSTRUCTOR: Tolly
DURATION: 5 weeks (10 classes)
PRICE: $250


may 1–may 31

SILKS II & III
DAYS: Tues/Thurs Afternoons
TIME: 12:00-1:30pm
INSTRUCTOR: Nicole
DURATION: 5 weeks (10 classes)
PRICE: $250

jan 29–march 7

 SILKS II
DAYS: Mon/Wed Evenings
TIME: 7:15–8:45pm
INSTRUCTOR: Annie
DURATION: 6 weeks (12 classes)
PRICE: $300


MARCH 19–APRIL 18

SILKS II
DAYS: Mon/Wed Mornings
TIME: 10:00-11:30am
INSTRUCTOR: Tolly
DURATION: 5 weeks (10 classes)
PRICE: $250


MARCH 20–APRIL 19

SILKS II & III
DAYS: Tues/Thurs Afternoons
TIME: 12:00-1:30pm
INSTRUCTOR: Nicole
DURATION: 5 weeks (10 classes)
PRICE: $250


APRIL 30–MAY 30

SILKS II
DAYS: Mon/Wed Evenings
TIME: 7:15–8:45pm
INSTRUCTOR: Annie
DURATION: 5 weeks (10 classes)
PRICE: $250



DETAILS:

LOCATION: Blue Lapis Light studio 10331 Old Manchaca Rd

HYDRATION: Water is provided, but please bring your own water bottle

MISSED CLASSES: If students miss a class, they can be made up in Open Studio

ATTIRE:
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Class attire is tight-fitting workout clothes and bare feet. Baggy clothes may become tangled in the cloth.
• Capri-length pants are recommended. Long tight-fitting pants work, but may need to be rolled up for certain vocabulary. Shorts may gather into uncomfortable positions. 
• Students may want to bring a shirt with sleeves to protect their under arms.
• Leotards and unitards are also recommended as they will provide more coverage for your skin.
• Students should refrain from wearing jewelry that will snag or rip aerial fabric, this includes diamonds or rings with sharp edges, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, pants with obtrusive zippers and buttons, diamond-encrusted sports bras, etc.