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4 Stretches You Potentially Have Misaligned

Let me dive right into what I see quite often when people are stretching-hopefully after they have worked out. Don’t get me started if you are statically stretching your muscles as part of your warm-up-that’s another can of worms entirely, which can be summed up with please hold your static stretches for after your training

5 Shoulder Warm-up Exercises You Can Do Before You Circus!

Shoulders are a Big part of circus. They are our base. Whether we’re hanging from an apparatus, balancing on our hands or supporting someone above or below us, they are the foundation that it’s all being supported on (or from). Many of us have postural deviations due to work or school life that can cause

Supply Your Home Gym Wisely

Do you often think, ‘I wanna have some way to workout at home, but have no idea what equipment to buy?’ Or maybe you have no space for large equipment or the money to buy all the things you think you will actually need. Well wonder no longer! This post is for you! This month

How to Train Circus while at your Gym

You love your circus discipline. You take a class a couple times a week and you feel good about the progress you are making, but wish you could do more to help yourself get stronger and help you make more progress in class. You love the conditioning exercises you do in your class, but when

How to Build Strong & Dependable Wrists for Push-ups, Handstands (and more)

I remember years ago, before I started getting physically active (and even a little while after I did become active) that push-ups were really uncomfortable on my wrist. I couldn’t even do a whole yoga class with all those chatarangas and down-dogs without needing to take a break for my wrists. It took some time, but those

Vaginas and Circus

Sorry if this title is a bit shocking to you, but we need to talk about the two of them. Vaginas and circus, that it. For those of you who have a vagina, some of the following scenarios may have actually happened–and if they have, I want you to know that these sorts of incidents occur

Improve Your Training Results with Optimal Breathing Techniques

In November I posted Your Breath, Your Training about how to breath when training. This month I want to expand on that idea of breathing even more because breathing can effect how we’re feeling, both emotionally and physically, which then means it’s affecting your training. Most of us breath incorrectly. Some of us are either not fully using our

Quick Guide to Healthy Breakfast Choices

We have all heard the saying: “Breakfast is the most Important Meal of the Day!” But not many people actually have breakfast before they leave for the start their day. Or if they do, they are not having a breakfast that will appropriately and adequately fuel them for their day ahead. If this sounds like

Straddle Splits (or Middle Splits) and a Straddle Pancake. (part 2)

In part two of Straddle Splits and a Straddle Pancake, I want to address some ways you can help yourself to increase both of these straddles by finding more anterior pelvic tilt. This will set you up to be folding in half from a safe and anatomically correct place.  Most people know static stretching. You

6 Tips for Health & Fitness in the New Year

Happy New Year! Welcome 2017. Welcome to your goals you have made for yourself in the new year. Some of your goals you may feel are easy to accomplish while some of them may seem a bit more of a challenge. Maybe some of your goals are short term goals and maybe others are long

About Aerialibrium

AeriaLibrium offers classes at Esh Aerial Arts and Aircraft Aerial Arts. Private fitness trainings offered at your home or at our location. Whether you are an aerialist looking to get stronger or more flexible or someone looking for a fun, exciting and different workout, AeriaLibrium has the classes and trainings you are looking for!
AeriaLibrium also offers unique aerial performances for many events and venues.

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  • Sat
    15
    Jul
    2017

    Off the Floor and Into the Air! Silks for the Experienced Beginner

    1:00pm-3:00pm

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We are located at various locations in and around Boston, MA. Please view our schedule to see classes and locations.
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