Photo was taken by Alon Hadar
I am going to create soon new tutorials. If you wish me to make anything special or wants to learn some new move you’ve always wanted to do please drop me a line.
Back on the track real soon!
When you get strong enough to put both legs in Hocks on the top of the hoop you can go ahead and learn this move.
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Cradle is a very beautiful move and transition. It is a place where you can rest and catch your breath and it is a place to tell your story, this is why I love it so much because you have room to express in it. The way you hold your hands, the way you move your free leg, it is a place to express.
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The Bird’s nest is a beginner move suit for hoop and trapeze.
You might find it hard to do at the beginning because sometimes students have difficulties to push their pelvic to the other side once the legs are in the right flex position.
My advice is – as always – get somebody to spot you, but as he / she spots you ask them to help you move your pelvic to the right place and to go out of it.
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The Arrow is a posture I found on my favorite aerial hoop book.
This is the book I go to when I need some new ideas.
Livre Méthodologie Cerceau – aerial hoop book
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I love this beginners pose!
This is one of the first poses I’ve learned. It is relatively easy but there is a lot of transitions you can do going into it and coming out of it, and of course it is very very pretty.
As usual the names in my country are a bit different so what people usually call Mermaid is what we call Angel. Sorry for the mixing…
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Side split is one of the most well known aerial hoop poses.
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