Section 1: Aerial Silks. Sundays 12 to 1 pm, September 15 - October 20
Section 2: Queer Aerial. (New beginners welcome). Sundays 2 to 3 pm, Sept 15 - Oct 20
Section 3: Dance Trapeze. Tuesdays 6 to 7 pm, September 17 - October 22
Section 4: Mixed apparatus (silks, sling, and trapeze). Weds 6 to 7 pm, Sept 18 - Oct 23
$145 for six-week session. 60% of fees are due at registration, balance due at first class.
Did you miss the first class? Use coupon code "LATESTART" to get a discount.
A new session of Beginner 1 silks classes will begin on September 12, 2019
Did you miss the first class? You can still register! Use coupon code “LATESTART” to get a discount.
Section 1: Aerial Silks. Sundays 12 to 1 pm, September 15 – October 20
Section 2: Queer Aerial. (New beginners welcome). Sundays 2 to 3 pm, Sept 15 – Oct 20
Section 3: Mixed apparatus (silks, sling, and trapeze). Weds 6 to 7 pm, Sept 18 – Oct 23
No prior experience is necessary.
Have you been curious about aerial dance? Come join one (or more!) of our classes! These limited-size classes move at the students’ pace and are tailored just for you! Sign-up for this small-group beginner series and experience this fun, challenging, and addictive art for yourself!
This class series will build your agility and confidence in foundation moves, focus on proper technique, alignment, muscle engagement, and of course grace! Limited to a maximum of two or three apparatus per lesson, these classes focus on your individual needs, strengths, and artistry with customized lessons and direction.
Age Limitations: Students must be 16 or older.
Private lessons and personally-scheduled class series are also available – please message us for details!
Swing State Aerial student Courtney during class #5
About the Instructor
Mackenzie has an extensive background in dance and movement performance and education, with studies at Macalester College, Iowa State University, and aerial arts with NECCA and Born to Fly. Beginning her aerial arts journey in 2010, she practices, choreographs, directs, and performs in shows at MCS and other local venues. As an instructor, she strives to develop solid foundational skills in her students by focusing on each student’s unique physiology and needs to help them be the best aerialist they can be.