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Classes for all Ages and Abilities
Aerial Horizon’s classes are designed to include all ages, abilities, and levels. We emphasize injury prevention, proper alignment, and level appropriate training in a safe, supportive, and welcoming environment where everyone can have fun flying!
We educate our students with the very best training we can possibly offer. Our senior instructors are graduates of the New England Center for Circus Arts and have studied with the most well respected national and international coaches. We bring years of professional training and teaching mixed with our own explorations and discoveries to provide our students with the highest quality aerial training in Texas.
We created and teach one of the only college level Aerial Dance courses in the nation at Northwest Vista College, and serve as aerial guest artists at Palo Alto College, St. Olaf College, and Trinity University. Additionally, we’ve taught aerial workshops at the McNay Art Museum, Texas State University, Brownsville Dance Center, and countless gymnastics and dance studios across the country.Class Descriptions Book a Class
“Am I too young/old to try this?” You can start at any age. Our student body is made up of individuals mostly between the ages of 18 – 70. We do have a few classes designed for children.
“I’m too scared/not strong enough/not flexible enough.” The aerial arts are for everyone—large, small, young, and old—there is a place for every shape, size, and ability. No need to be afraid of heights. We start a few inches off of the floor as we build your strength and flexibility. You do not have to be a body builder or contortionist to take classes. Come as you are and we’ll build your skill set as we go.
“Why should I try this?” Aerials are the very best workout you can imagine. You will build strength and flexibility, while gaining body awareness, coordination, and grace. Our classes are so much fun that you don’t even notice you’re getting the most focused workout of your life. Many of our students take classes recreationally, and a few are dedicated enough to reach a professional level. If you’re interested in performing, we have periodic student showcases and for larger gigs, we hire performers from our advanced classes.
“What do I wear?” Form fitting workout clothes that cover the knees, armpits, and torso. Capri pants and a t-shirt or tank top that can be tucked in are best. Barefoot. No shorts, loose fitting material, short tops, zippers, buttons, or jewelry.
Scrolling photo credits: Josh Huskin, Siggi Ragnar.