The 2-day healthier aerial symposium is back and is a springboard for experienced aerial performers, teachers, choreographers and directors to come together to discuss aerial techniques, performance and pedagogy.
Join us for lectures, practical sessions and round table discussions. Catch up with familiar faces and meet new ones. Network, listen, get new information, get physical, ask questions, generate ideas, provide practical tools and fuel food for thought towards the development of best practice.
More info will be released in the coming weeks and it’s a pretty impressive line up of speakers and topics!
This is a 5-day overview to Nimble Arts' curriculum for teaching trapezeand aerial fabric, focusing on spotting techniques, injury prevention, psychology of teaching, basic rigging concepts and class management. An in-depth and holistic approach to teaching for new and experienced teachers working circus schools, gymnastics programs, summer camps, and fitness studios.
"Just want to say the course was absolutely amazing and I will be highly recommending to anyone in aerial not just for teacher training but for personal development as well." - Teacher Training Student 2019
Foundation in Aerial Sling (Cocoon)
9-10 January 2020, Brighton
This 2-day workshop guides you through Nimble Arts' curriculum for teaching beginner & intermediate level aerial sling, focusing on providing clear and effective progressions, body awareness, fabric placement, spotting techniques and conditioning. We'll work from beginner progressions and skills close to the ground, through to how to teach and correct more complex drops and rotations.
"I took this course back in 2015 and still regularly return to my notes for ideas and information. Serenity packs so much into these 2 days, useful, fun, so much shared knowledge and all delivered with the usual Nimble Arts attention to detail and their 'teaching to and from the heart’ ethos. Highly recommended!" - Lindsey Butcher
We've been running this series of workshops for the past 3 years as a space for professional aerial teachers and practitioners to interrogate their practise in an un-pressured, non-classroom, training or performance environment to continue our own learning, ask questions, and learn from each other. This final weekend is about all things teaching. It's not taught or led, so bring your questions, curiosity and a generosity to listen and share.