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OVER 60 MOVES OF TRAPEZE VOCABULARY EXPLAINED IN THIS INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO

Dances In Air publishes media about aerial dance and circus arts. The videos are high quality, professionally filmed and edited.

 

This video presents a basic vocabulary that every trapeze artist should know. From basics to intermediate poses to short suggested sequences, over 60 moves!

A Basic Vocabulary of Trapeze

This video presents a basic vocabulary that every trapeze artist should know. From basics to intermediate poses to short suggested sequences, It guides you through form and positions in a way that is easily digestible. The viewer can move at their own pace, flipping through chapters between sections with their remote. This video is not a single fitness class or a modality of teaching. It is however, like a dictionary of moves that are adapted from many types of static and dance trapeze traditions. Clear instructions are given to get you slowly and safely in and out of every trick. Whether you are a curious novice, a recreational student, or aspiring to be in a spotlight, this video has information you need. It is a great resource for students and teachers alike!

Melissa Coffey is a professional performer and trainer living in Atlanta, Georgia.

Approx. 120 minutes

This video is groundbreaking for the aerial community. For years, other communities have been able to produce instructional videos for sale, even risky skills, like bullwhips and fire arts videos. However the aerial community as a whole has lacked any publications of real usability until recent years, none of them that address skills for trapeze. With very high quality videos and a script from an experienced, safety trained teacher, information can reach those students who just need to review what they learn in classes, or the students that live hours from any studio and can only attend workshops. It can also help spread technique, make vocabulary universal, or be a guide for other teachers.