I have all the equipment to do slackline with security. So you can choose learn slackline, longline or trickline. Slackline: It's the basic. Here you will learn how to walk on the line. I can show you some statics movements that I know. Trickline: If you like adrenaline, you will like it. Here you can learn jump on the line and do some tricks.
I have been teaching and performing Circus skills for 16 years including- Juggling, Devil Sticks, Diablo, Spinning Plates, Acrobatics and various aerial arts. I have a small portable frame that is usable outside in nice weather or in a large indoor space. Safety and strong fundamentals are the basis for my teaching. I stress perseverance, practice and laughter.
My teaching methodology always starts from creative practice. I don't believe that everyone learns the same way so why teach the same way. The first couple of classes we will learn the fundamentals using a variety of techniques before honing in on a style that suites you best . We can also look at your lifestyle.
After you choose which instrument you prefer, I will teach you the basic of every movement in order to let you improve I'm your needing time and grow step by step. Also I will teach you how keep you safe while using fire tools and to create by yourself some juggle tools and to repair them.
My teaching methodology depends on the customer's preferences and what they want to learn. You don't need a diploma to be a clown and you never will. Every lesson will be even face to face or on skype & any other video call app.
Apart from strength, flexibility and technique, I like to focus on the indivuals challenging difficulties and goals and building up from there.
My Socratic approach to teaching has been acknowledged in various places that I have taught around the world. This makes my method person-centred and humanistic. We use the natural needs of the individual to ensure success in learning and encompassing the adaptability for an effective structure, dependent on these factors and best practice.
I like to teach practically using demonstrations ensuring everyone gets to have their own prop and get to use it. I think it's important to indulge in what you are learning and what you can teach yourself through experimental practice.
I prefer to work in one on one or in small groups. As handbalancing can be unique to individual. My acrobatic career especially handbalancing started in my late teens and into my 20s. Some would say it is a disadvantage but in my eyes, I bring insight to what boundaries and learning curves an older individual encounters.
I am a pole dancer who has been practicing for 4 years and instructing for 3 years. As a studying Clinical Exercise Physiologist, I have a deep understanding of anatomy and training persons through lack of strength, injury, illness, and weight loss.
My teaching method is based on my own path of formation. Throughout my life in dance and stage art, I have learned to distinguish what a student needs to be properly trained, depending on their needs, qualities and desires on stage.
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