Thursday, September 29, 2022 from 12 pm - 4 pm in the Versatile Arts • Cost: 600
Dates: <TBD – this intensive has been postponed>
Cost: $600 (you may pay a $100 deposit to hold your place)
The curriculum includes lectures on functional anatomy, injury prevention, and rigging basics as well as active practice in demoing, spotting, and assessing students. Practice classes with real beginner students are included in the schedule.
Our teacher training intensive is based on our established curriculum progressions and spotting protocols, and adds practical anatomy education and teacher assessment tools in order to better prepare instructors to work with the recreational adult population. This workshop involves roughly 20 hours of classroom time over 4 days.
After completing the course, participants will be ready to return to existing teaching with a more thorough understanding of the principles of aerial instruction, or to begin assisting or apprenticing under a more experienced instructor.
Prerequisites: at least 1 year of aerial experience including rope/tissu, and trapeze.