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trapeze

1. a free-swinging bar attached to two ropes, used by circus acrobats, etc.
2. a sling like a bosun's chair at one end of a line attached to the masthead of a light racing sailing boat, used in sitting out
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In February, she launched the Carousel Aerial Arts and Fitness Academy inside Cobra Fitness Gym in Hala Plaza in Zinj offering women and girls 16 different types of classes with 25 being held a week.
But not these seasoned artists in 'aerial silks' at the Pole Fit Dubai Aerial Arts Academy, Dubai Marina.
The world-class flying trapeze and aerial arts school will be open seven days a week throughout the summer.
It is the result of a fusion of several disciplines such as yoga, gymnastics and y g ,gy aerial arts.
Guest artists include Bounce Aerial Arts, Dance Northwest, Work Dance Company, Xcape Dance Company and ZAPP.
I studied aerial arts for three years in grad school and loved it and I've always wanted to do a job where I could bring some of that work in.
Webber spoke as she stretched on a yoga mat to warm up before teaching a class at Escape Aerial Arts, the fitness studio she opened with co-owner Beth Peterson in September at 3 Kelley Square in Worcester.
"Audiences will admire feats of daring and high level artistry in a show which merges powerful Indian motifs with the strong physicality of Australian aerial arts," Ms.
Students were cast in the spring but didn't begin rehearsals until August--just three weeks before the Chinese group arrived (with the exception of the fairies, who trained in the spring and summer with UMD alumna Andrea Burkholder, co-director of Washington D.C.-based Arachne Aerial Arts).
It combines water stunts, acrobatics, and aerial arts, all in a purpose-built theater with the world's largest commercial pool.
Members of Warwick Pole and Aerial Arts Society staged the third annual event to raise funds for Cancer Research UK.