This article is for the aspiring silks aerialist. The daring ones that are looking for more. To answer some of the questions that stand between you, and your circus dreams. Here's a quick rundown of what to expect on the first day of aerial training.Read More
But the best part about this new teaching schedule, is that I get to start Mondays looking back at the week that was. As an aerial and fitness teacher, I always feel like there’s always so much to be done. So many lesson plans stuffed in my head, especially that I now have pole, hoop, and silk on my plate every week. I sometimes feel that I am left with so little time, and sometimes even the muscle strength to finish.
I never have a big comeback story. It’s because I never really have been in a situation where I had to leave training. You can say that in many ways, it is the one thing I am afraid of. So to approach the question of: “How do I get back to training?” let’s talk about FEAR. What if I come back without a deadlift? What if I can’t do a hundred circus climbs anymore? What if I’m scared of high silks drops again? It makes me think, why am I so scared of it? After much thought, and in an effort to find an answer, I realise 2 things:Read More