A split move is always a crowd pleaser and for good reason! It takes flexibility and strength to get a good split, both of which take time and effort to achieve. Luckily, a lot of split moves on the hoop can be an illusion. If you know the right position to hold the camera and which way to angle your body, you can make a split move look amazing, even if you’re not quite there yet! Read More
A catchers is one of the first inverted moves you learn on the aerial silks. It can be hard to get your head around how to wrap your leg, but once you have nailed that it’s a great move to do! The catchers is the starting move for lots of other moves. There are also lots of different ways into and out of it, making it an amazing move to include in combinations and routines.
I’m so excited that I can finally announce that the Unique Aerialists Academy is now live and ready for you to get started straight away! Read More
Learning and practising moves under the hoop is such a useful thing to do. Most hoops are set at a height that you need to invert to get into them. This helps you build strength and control. It also means you have room underneath to make lovely shapes! Read More
Using a knot on the aerial silks is really helpful. It creates more stability, gets you used to going upside down and helps to build strength. The moves also link together well so work nicely in combinations. Read More
Hip hold moves are so painful but they look so good! Most of my students don’t like doing them but they look amazing in pictures and go really well with lots of other moves. Read More
A footlock is one of the first moves you’ll learn on the aerial silks. There are so many moves that you use a footlock for you’ll probably do one almost every session. They can feel extremely tight after a while, generally if you swap feet and walk around between it shouldn’t feel too bad. Read More
I seem to be spending more time than ever using knot moves in the aerial silks. There are just so many moves you can do! They can be fairly easy to get into, look gorgeous and don’t hurt too much. The kind of silks moves I love! Read More