Friday, January 29
at 6 PM – 9 PM
Aerial Arts of Rochester
565 Blossom Rd, Rochester, New York 14610
Whether you are an an aerialist, acroyogi, yogi or any fitness enthusiast, you may have been curious about how one balances on their hands.
I am delighted to assist a good friend and extraordinary teacher Megan Strawn as she makes the trip from Seattle, WA to share with us her pearls to balancing on our hands. Open levels workshop. We will cater to your level of current practice.
$25 for all comers. $5 students. Cash, PayPal,or credit card accepted. Fb msg Joanne Wu to sign up through pre-registration
Megan found circus 8 years ago after spending too much time sitting at a desk. Desperate for a hobby that would give her the opportunity to exercise her body as much as she was exercising her brain she accidentally found SANCA, the largest circus school in the country, signed up for an acrobatics class, and never left. She was thrilled to learn that she didn’t have to run away to join the circus, there was one in her own backyard. After a few years of circus acrobatics she was introduced to L-basing acro material and not long after that was collaborating with Lux on some truly fun spinny sequences. She loves the communication and collaboration of partner acrobatics, and can usually be found doing a handstand either on the floor or on another person.