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Aerial Hammock

The Aerial Hammock (also called Sling) is a soft fabric looped from the ceiling to support you in the air as you master aerial techniques and beautiful poses. Hammock uses the same fabric suspended from the ceiling as Silks but the bottom of the fabric is looped like a "hammock" and is used create a beautiful, spinning and flowing aerial art-form.

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HAMMOCK: Intro / Level 1

This beginner level class is perfect for students who are learning and perfecting basic hammock. This class includes strength and conditioning exercises while learning the fundamentals and base skills to work towards wraps, poses, and combos. Examples of what you might learn:

 

  • Mounting into the hammock and sitting

  • Beginner seated upright poses

  • A short combo that combines multiple beginner elements together
     

PREREQS

None, this class is appropriate for first timers and beginners.

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HAMMOCK: Level 2

This class includes strength and conditioning exercises while learning the fundamentals and base skills to work towards wraps, poses, and combos. Examples of what you might learn:
 

  • Inverted leg hooks

  • More complex twists and unwinds

  • Spinning

  • A combo that combines multiple intermediate elements together


​PREREQS
 

  • At least 4 classes of HAMMOCK: Intro / Level 1

  • Ability to invert onto the hammock from the ground
     

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HAMMOCK: Level 3

This class includes strength and conditioning exercises while learning advanced wraps, poses, and combos. Examples of what you might learn:
 

  • Drops and rolls

  • More complex twists and unwinds

  • Strength-based holds

  • A combo that combines multiple advanced elements together
     

PREREQS

  • At least 4 classes of HAMMOCK: Level 2

  • Ability to invert from the air

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WHAT TO WEAR
 

  • Please wear form fitting leggings that go to the calf or to the ankle and wear a form fitting shirt that covers the midriff. Fabric burn (think rug burn!) is no joke :)
     

  • No zippers, studs, or anything that can snag the aerial fabric. No jewelry is allowed. This can cause holes in the fabrics.