Can I use a menstrual cup when I’m doing aerial/pole? Recently, I’ve been seeing this question all. the. time! The short answer, is (in my experience,) yes! Read More
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 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
The splits, I’d never really thought about them until I started doing pole and aerial arts, now sometimes I feel like I can’t think about anything else! Having a flat split seems to be everyone’s goal at the moment, and once you have a flat split it’s all about trying to achieve the oversplit!