Your first class will be one to always remember. You will feel both excited and maybe a bit nervous, which is perfectly normal. But we promise that once you taste flight, you will never wish your feet to touch the ground again.
Yes, learning Aerial Arts can be challenging, but don't feel discouraged, because once you fly for the first time, it will all be worth it.
There are a few things to keep in mind when you start aerial arts (and never forget them):
1. Learning aerial arts can be challenging, however, your instructors will show you how to get into the trick in a safe way, answer your questions and demonstrate it to you when needed.
2. Remember: your aerial class is not a contest, so try to not compare yourself with others. Everyone has different strengths, and learns at a different pace. Some people are stronger, others are bendier, some have the ability to see a trick once and do it. You will get there, at your own pace. Practice makes perfect!
3. The most important thing about coming to an aerial class is accomplishing YOUR OWN GOALS. It doesn’t matter what those are ( maybe you wish to get stronger, more flexible, build up endurance or pain tolerance). What ever it may be, remember to always try to have fun, be patient with yourself and ENJOY the process.
4. Celebrate your victories. Just remember: It doesn't get EASIER. YOU get STRONGER!