Practical Anatomy for the Aerial Artist

Practical Anatomy for the Aerial Artist

We’re thrilled to be hosting the amazing Emily Scherb for a day-long practical workshop in London – ‘Work with your body: Practical Anatomy for the Aerial Artist’ – on 1st September 2019.

How do I get more flexible?
How do I achieve that next level of skill?
How do I build the strength to do that cool trick?
How do I stop getting hurt when I train?

This full-day class answers the questions that aerialists ask most often and helps them learn how to work with your body, rather than against it. We’ll talk about how your shoulders, core, and hips work together to move you through space, and how the right biomechanics can help you stretch further and be functionally stronger.

Most important, we’ll talk about how to train to your limits without getting hurt.

Based on the latest research and lots of practical, circus-specific examples, this class will help you understand your body—and your training—in a whole new way.

📅 1 September, 2019
🕥 10:30am – 5:30pm (30 min lunch break)
🎪 delivered in association with and at National Centre for Circus Arts