This roll is a hard move on the shoulders and should be done low and with a spotter.
I would like to start this post by saying “i’m sorry” for all of you who feel like I’ve neglected you.
I changed countries (again), moved from UK (London) to Germany (Berlin).
In the past few months my husband and I didn’t know where we will live and I was a bit out of my game but now i’m back!
I am going back to train seriously and though I tried to maintain my power i didn’t really do anything artistic since May, so the next 2 months (starting week 2 of September) will be all about going back to train with my aerial acrobatics trainer, my contortion trainer and my lovely friend and trapeze partner.
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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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.
I have recently had a great session meeting the wonderful photographer with whom I am working with for the last years – Alon Hadar.