Versatile Arts loves the vertical apparatuses (rope and fabric).
Our core curriculum classes, for example: Aerial 1A or Rope/Fabric 2B are classes that focus on learning the core Versatile Arts curriculum progression. The focus in these classes is on understanding the core skills at this level and building the strength and technique to execute them proficiently. Students will drill fundamental skills and learn sequences combining both existing and new skills in order to understand the how skills can be linked together and to build endurance.
For named classes at 2B or 2C level, example “Sequencing and Transitions (2B+)”, the level of these classes indicates the minimum level requirement that a student must have in order to enroll in the class. Material in these classes can be adapted for students working at higher levels. Classes of this type often are more exploratory in nature, and may not focus on fundamentals or provide set, structured curriculum.
Classes at the 2C level are for students who have competency in the foundational level 2 skills, but lack the strength or technical requirements to move on to level 3. Students at this level will continue learning skills appropriate to their ability, work on sequencing, and begin looking at the basics and theory for core level 3 skills, while gaining the strength and technical prerequisites to move to level 3.