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Aerial Burlesque w/ Kyla

aerial hammock and lyra- please read description.

  • 50 US dollars
  • Lakeside Avenue East

Service Description

Kyla is known for blending burlesque and aerial, and for creating classic pin-up shapes in the air. In this workshop, students will be guided through a warmup to prepare bodies for aerial, followed by guided burlesque aerial exploration and sequencing. We will work on approaching the apparatus, incorporating burlesque moments into apparatus work, creating pinup shapes in the air, transitions that elevate the character, and more. Students should bring heels that they are comfortable dancing in, and one to three wardrobe pieces. All bodies and gender identities welcome! @kygwen on instagram Prerequisites: ability to invert into the apparatus strong command of beginning level lyra or hammock skills Bring: heels that you can dance in 1-3 wardrobe pieces - suggestions: a robe, a skirt, a dress that removes easily, a belt, a corset, a bra that can be worn over workout clothing About Kyla: Kyla began her performance career at the age of 16 with Ballet Tech in NYC. She performed nationally and internationally with dance companies for 10 years before discovering aerial and burlesque. Kyla was one of the leads in The Devouring at the Times Square EDITION Hotel in NYC, was featured in The Burlessque Show at the Borgata in Atlantic City, has performed at Teaser Fest, The New York Burlesque Festival, Torture Garden NYC and London, Vancouver Fetish Weekend, Fetish Factory, House of Yes, Duane Park, and is currently a resident performer at The Slipper Room and The Box in NYC. She co-produces The Underground Cabaret.

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

We do not accept walk-ins. All classes must be pre-registered for. Any class canceled within 8 hours of the start time will forfeit the cost of class or class pass. If a student no-shows a class without notification they will lose the entire cost of the class and have to pay the full class cost. A student is responsible for paying for the space whether they show up or not. The student will also not have rights to credits or tra