Beginner Yoga Workshop

Megan Young

Saturday, July 14, 1-3pm

Megan Young, RYT 500

Cost: $35

Brand new to yoga? This workshop is perfect for you!

Beginning your yoga practice can be daunting. To support your yoga journey we have created this special workshop to touch on all the basics!

In order to build a strong foundation, we will move slowly, focusing on fundamentals for a sustainable yoga practice. We will explore the foundational physical postures (asanas) and how to access them intelligently, as well as dive deeper into breathing exercises (pranayama), alignment, and yoga theory. We will conclude with journaling and a fun partner exercise! This workshop will give students a well-rounded introduction into the essence and transformational benefits of the yoga practice.

Please join us to experience for yourself how yoga can enhance your life and allow you to truly live well in your body!

This workshop is designed for brand new students who want to dip their toes in, but it’s also an excellent “refresher course” for more experienced practitioners. All are welcome! Namaste!

Three Workshops with Callie Compton

One session – $65 / Two sessions – $120 / Three sessions – $175

Saturday, July 21, 10-11:30am

Silks Drops and Transitions

This class focuses on drops that seamlessly transition into other tricks and fit right into a routine. Spend less time wrapping and more time amazing your audience! This version will focus on drops for low ceilings and how to modify your skills for smaller spaces.

Saturday, July 21, 1-2:30pm

Aerial Dance

We will focus on incorporating elements of dance into our art in the air and on the ground. No dance experience required.

Sunday, July 22, 2-3:30pm

Aerial Theatre and Act Creation

A favorite of performing artists, this workshop focuses on ensemble building OR personal act creation. Come as a team, ready to build stage presence and teamwork in performance contexts, or come as an individual, ready to sharpen your performance skills and learn to communicate clear messages to your audience. We will work with physical theatre and improvisation exercises to find the stories our aerial tricks want to tell.
Pre-requisites: Enough comfort on an aerial apparatus of their choice to focus on expression, not skill building.

Aerial Arts Camp

Monday, July 23; Wednesday, July 25; Friday, July 27; 8:45am-noon

This camp will offer instruction in multiple aerial apparatuses:

Aerial Silks
Aerial Sling
Aerial Hoop (Lyra)

Children ages 12-17.

$50 NON-REFUNDABLE deposit required to reserve your spot. Weekly rate is $130. Daily rate is $50.

A small snack will be provided mid-morning. Students should wear form fitting clothing and ensure that the knees are covered. Leggings are good for girls. Boys can wear long bike shorts under PE shorts or something comparable.

All aerial teachers are certified, or are seeking certification, in aerial arts. All aerial teachers are trained at Circus Arts Institute in Atlanta. Circus Arts Institute is a teacher training program recognized by ACE (American Circus Educators).

This enrollment can only be accessed from a Desktop Computer.

Intro to Aerial Arts Workshop

July 28, 8am-12pm

(individual class times listed below)

Ages 13-99

In this 3 part workshop, you can fulfill your pre-requisite requirements for the Level 1 Circus Arts’ classes.
You can choose to attend the workshop for one, two, or all three apparatuses.
Aerial Silks will be 8-9am
Aerial Hoop/Lyra will be 9:30-10:30am
Aerial Hammock/Sling will be 11am-12pm
We will break for 30 minutes in between each section for pictures, water, and snack. You can attend one session for $25, two sessions for $45, or all three sessions for $60.
This class offering will be found under the “Enrollments” tab on MindBody. You CANNOT access this enrollment in the MindBody app.

AcroYoga Workshop

Saturday, July 28, 2-5pm

Early bird tickets are $25, with ticket prices increasing to $30 after July 21.
Let us start by saying, no partner is necessary for this class! AcroYoga is a beautiful practice that combines the dynamic wisdom of acrobatics, the awareness, breath and balance of yoga, and the healing, loving nature of Thai massage. Working with one or more partners these three disciplines are fused into spectacular sequences of inversions, flows, and balances. It’s a community practice, which, at it’s simplest, means that you are working with other people. In this way we can practice developing trust, connection, and openness which can then be taken into the community as a whole. In AcroYoga, the smallest community is 3 people covering the 3 main roles of base, flyer, and spotter.
In this workshop we will be focusing on transitions and working up to a few different washing machines.