This 5-week aerial series will run May 1st - May 29th every Tuesday night from 7:45pm - 9:00pm
How many ways can you belay? That is the question that inspired this 5-week series. This series focuses on the differences of each entry creating a greater understanding of the intricate wraps that get us there. We will also explore some of my favorite moves in belay which include a few fun drops! We will cover 1-3 ways to belay per class with emphasis on a sequence leading into or out of the specific belay.
Pre-requisites: ability to get into cross back straddle without guidance and invert in the air. Ability to stay in the air safely for 30 seconds.
Students must sign up for the whole series. Drop ins will not be allowed after the 2nd class. Cost of the series is $144. .
There is a small registration fee for Members of $10. They can count their normal classes towards the series but are also required to sign up for all the classes. All members will be deducted a class if they do not show. If Gold Member's miss more then 1 class, they will be charged the drop in rate for the class.
More info on pricing here: https://www.circuscollective.com/pricing
More about Staza:
Staza Stone does stuff. Swinging stuff, spiny stuff, stilt stuff, sparkle stuff... all the stuffs. She is a multi- faceted performer based out of Denver, CO. Being in the circus game only since 2013, and at a mile high, she is still finding her voice. She is an aerialist, stilt walker, hula hooper, fire dancer, and clown. Coming from a musical theater background, Staza loves vaudeville and variety. She wants to use circus as a tool to unlock the imagination through story-telling. She graduated from frequent flyers Productions aerial dance program in 2014. Currently Staza can be found performing all over the country and teaching locally in Denver at Denver Circus Collective, MOTH Contemporary Circus Center as well as Denver Dance. She is also known for her short but notorious career as a shopping cart drifter in Tokyo.