7:30 – 8:30 pm Wednesdays, July 18 – August 22, 2018.
$125 for the entire six-week session if paid prior to the first class. Drop-in is $25 per week.
Everyone loves building new skills each week in class, but sometimes we get a little lost as to how to put those skills together! This class will feature skills and progressions that focus on sequencing and connection to other skills to build understanding of theory, explore transitions and expression, and build stamina along with vocabulary. New skills will be introduced each week, but sequencing will also incorporate level-appropriate vocabulary students have already learned.
This class is open to any student age 16+ who has completed at least one full class session of silks with any instructor. Class is limited to eight students each week.
Students have the option of registering for the entire session or for drop-in classes. Drop-in students should register for the class, and then will be asked to RSVP each week, with spots assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.
Mackenzie has an extensive background in dance and movement performance and education, with studies at Macalester College and Iowa State University. Adding in aerial arts 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.