The Aerial Circus Training and Safety Manual is an illustrated guide containing over 1000 photos with step-by-step instructions on how to do specific tricks and combinations on aerial equipment.
The book is over 300 pages, and includes safety information as well as other tips gathered from experienced aerialists.
Both teachers and students, ranging from beginner to advanced levels, will find this an invaluable reference material.
-Check your rig and equipment
-Safety and Spotting
-Warm ups & cool downs
-Lyra / Aerial Ring
About the Author
Carrie Heller, M.S.W. is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker as well as an aerial dancer with over 20 years of experience as an instructor, performer, and choreographer.
After having studied 6 years with the students of the FSU Flying High Circus, Carrie began teaching circus arts at the age of 14. Carrie spent 15 years practicing and teaching Circus Arts in Atlanta, Georgia where, in 1993, she founded Circus Camp which serves over 1000 children each summer.
She has served as aerial supervisor, play therapist, and consultant to the internationally renowned Camp Winnarainbow in California. Combining a love of the circus with her therapeutic background, Carrie does work-shops and trainings in Circus Arts Therapy throughout the country, including but not limited to Cirque Du Monde: A Cirque Du Soleil Outreach Program that uses circus arts as an alternative educational approach to help youth in difficulty around the world.
Carrie has trained hundreds of students in the aerial arts as well as countless individuals who have become teachers using her Aerial Circus Training & Safety Manual.
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