When:
November 10, 2019 @ 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm
2019-11-10T15:30:00+00:00
2019-11-10T18:00:00+00:00
Where:
Open Source Arts
Cost:
£30/35
Intro to Aerial Hoop Workshop @ Open Source Arts

Join Lorna from Leeds Aerial Arts learn the Aerial Hoop! Aerial Hoop is a fantastic full body workout designed to build strength, muscle tone and increase flexibility. It is a great way to get fit, work with others and push yourself to new limits.
Aerial Hoop is a large metal ring suspended from the ceiling. It challenges the upper body, core strength, coordination and courage. Within this ‘Intro to Aerial Hoop’ you will learn to climb and create shapes on the hoop whilst in the air. You will learn to drop, roll and perform tricks on the hoop, testing your coordination and nerve! Master the basics with Leeds Aerial Arts within a relaxed and friendly environment.

This workshop will be led by Lorna Mackinder-Clark from Leeds Aerial Arts and is suitable for those completely new to the Aerial Hoop. Those taking part can expect a full body workout, with a focus on challenging the core and upper body strength. Be prepared to work a little outside your comfort zone, not taking yourself too seriously!

Please wear comfortable fitted clothing which covers the backs of the knees (no shorts) and socks or bare feet.

About Lorna: Lorna Mackinder-Clark is the founder and studio owner at Leeds Aerial Arts.

Lorna trained in Dance and Aerial Performance at Edge Hill University with Wired Aerial Theatre, working as a freelance dancer and teacher after graduation. With a background in dance and performance Lorna teaches with a focus on fluidity of movement and strong technique.
Lorna is a highly experienced teacher and a registered teacher with the Royal Academy of Dance. Lorna holds a Masters in Education (Dance Teaching) and prides herself on making classes accessible for all.

Lorna and her team run classes for all ages and abilities in Aerial Fitness and Aerial Yoga at the Leeds Aerial Arts studio on Cross York Street, Yorkshire Dance, Open Source Arts, the University of Leeds and across the Yorkshire region.

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