Low-Flying Trapeze Workshop for Adults and Teens

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Low-Flying Trapeze Workshop for Adults and Teens

Time: October 23, 2010 from 2pm to 4pm
Location: AirDance ArtSpace
Street: 3030 Isleta Blvd. SW
City/Town: Albuquerque
Website or Map: http://www.airdanceartspace.c…
Phone: 505-842-9418
Event Type: aerial, dance, trapeze, workshop, circus, arts
Organized By: Debra Landau
Latest Activity: Oct 20, 2010

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Dancer, choreographer, movement educator, and movement therapist Debra Landau will teach a low-flying trapeze workshop for persons, 16 years old and up. No previous dance or acrobatic experience necessary.

The low-flying trapeze is a very mobile trapeze hung from a single point so that the bar and ropes form a triangle. "Low-flying" refers to the bar being within reach of a person standing on the floor, allowing the person to easily get on and off the bar. Beginners can enjoy "flight" in the first lesson, including swings, hangs, and spins below the bar, and mounts and poses on the bar. Those at an intermediate level can venture into partnering. (Photos and more at AirDance New Mexico)

Reserve your spot by e-mail or by calling (505)842-9418.

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