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“Am I strong enough?”

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scared of heights?”

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“How do I get started?”

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At Bumbershoot Aerial Arts, we put the "play" back into life. With quality instruction and a nurturing environment, we empower you to get creative and have fun! When you come to class, we give you a trapeze and teach you that your options are limitless. Through climbing and swinging and dancing in the air, we expand perspectives and inspire new confidence.

We love altering people’s self image by showing them what they are capable of. As you climb to the top of a 30 foot rope, your every day challenges are put back in perspective. Bumbershoot Aerial Arts enriches peoples' lives by helping them find their inner monkey.

Try-It-Out Free!
Are you curious about Aerial Arts, but aren't ready to commit to a class yet? Try a free "Try-It-Out" Aerial Fabrics class and see why people love Bumbershoot!
Upcoming Workshops
Kids' Valentine Open Aerial! with Merrily Stanley, April Silverman
Sun 2/14 3:00 pm-4:30 pm
Silks: Bridging the Divide Between Class and Performance with Lisa Natoli
Mon 2/22 6:00 pm-7:30 pm
Wed 2/24 6:00 pm-7:30 pm
Sat 2/27 1:00 pm-2:30 pm
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Have you gotten very good at taking class, acquired a lot of vocabulary, technique, and skill and are looking for a way to bridge the divide between class and performance? In this workshop we will work together to build a sequence using our experience to transfer skills from class to stage. Working with ideas of hanging, balancing, and falling, we will make connections between function and expression. We will work to stay open and alert, observing habits and tensions to make room to grow as mover and thinker. ** A clean hip key, be able to re-invert in the air repeatedly, be able to climb to the top four times** 10 person max. Single classes may be taken for $50 each. Contact April for details.
Rope Series: The Mind-Body Connection with Lisa Natoli
Tue 2/23 6:00 pm-7:30 pm
Wed 2/24 7:30 pm-9:00 pm
Fri 2/26 6:00 pm-7:30 pm
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This workshop is for students that want to learn how to use their vocabulary in a sentence/sequence. We will work on hanging, balancing, and falling and gain more control and understanding of form and function while making ourselves efficient and connected in body and mind. Int/Adv. Pre-requisites: Must have completed rope 2, do 5 pull-ups and be able to re-invert in the air repeatedly. Single classes may be taken at $50 each. Contact April for details.
The Unconventional Side of Hoop with Lisa Natoli
Tue 2/23 7:30 pm-9:00 pm
Thu 2/25 6:00 pm-7:30 pm
Fri 2/26 7:30 pm-9:00 pm
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We will look at technique through artistry and conceptual ideas of how to use counter weight and points of contact. Single classes may be taken at $50 each. Contact April for details. Pre-requisites: Open level : must be able to invert with straight arms and have taken Hoop 1.
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