FIGHT OR FLIGHT
May 2-4, 2014
AirDance New Mexico
presented Fight or Flight
at the AirDance ArtSpace
9 aerialists and a live band - solid entertainment was had by full houses. Be sure not to miss the next production, slated for November!
Email: AirDance New Mexico
AIRDANCE NEW MEXICO SUMMER SESSION, JUNE 2-AUGUST 16, 2014!
(10 weeks; no classes July 3-9)
All classes at the AirDance ArtSpace.
Mixed-Aerial Classes for Adults and older Teens*
Mondays, 6-7 pm, starting June 2nd (no class July 9th)
Instruction on trapeze, lyra (aerial hoop), silks (aerial fabric)
Open to all experience leves; drop-ins welcome
Aerial Fabric Lab for Adults and older Teens*
Wednesdays, 6-7 pm, starting June 4th (no class July 9th)
An ongoing class concentrating on skill building and strengthening specific to silks
Students need not have previous experience with aerial fabric
*No registration required. Inquire about suitability for minors. A liability waiver must by signed for each participant. To purchase class cards in advance and to view our cancellation and refund policy, please see registration page here.
$15/single class; $65 for 5-class card; $120 for 10-class card
Class cards are not restricted to a particular class
during the summer session and may be shared.
For the youngsters, we have ...
Mixed-Aerial Classes for Children and Adolescents (ages 8-14)†
Saturdays, 1:30-2:45 pm, starting June 7th (no class July 5th)
Instruction in trapeze, lyra (aerial hoop), and aerial fabric
$15/single class; $65 for 5 classes; $120 for all 10 classes (Need not pay for entire summer session.)
Registration required. Click here for registration information and to prepay with PayPal.
and something new for our experienced students ...
Junior Company Training Sessions†
Days and times to be determined with participants.
For adolescent and teen students of AirDance New Mexico interested in creating an original performance
Ongoing commitment highly encouraged. (Rates above apply; various payment arrangements available.)
†Registration required for classes and trainings for minors. Junior company training restricted to experienced aerial students. Contact AirDance New Mexico for more information.
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What should I wear to AirDance classes?
The aerial arts present clothing limitations. We recommend flexible, body-hugging clothing that will stay in place when hanging upside down. Clothing should have NO hard fasteners or decorations (zippers, snaps, rhinestones, etc.). Torso should be fully covered. Good to have thighs and knees covered for trapeze and lyra (hoop), although not essential. Long or capri leggings recommended for fabric (silks). Supportive undergarments are strongly recommended for males, especially for working on the silks. We ask that you remove all jewelry, especially for fabric, and secure long hair away from your face. Please have fingernails and toenails neatly trimmed for fabric work. (Wow, those silks are really demanding!)
Contact AirDance New Mexico, Inc.:
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