The Aerial Rope manual, volume 1 : a step-by-step reference guide for teachers and students of any aerial arts program
A revolutionary series on vertical aerial theory, the Aerial Rope Manual Series contains the core ideas of a rope curriculum, exquisitely organized, beautifully documented, and written about in detail. A must-read for practitioners of either rope or fabric, these manuals connect wraps like never before. Rebekah Leach uncovers the major concepts hiding behind every move and will highlight valuable teaching moments as they appear in common moves. Learn to unpack the golden nuggets that will smooth over the transition from learning/teaching moves to creating choreography.
Volume 1 covers beginning-intermediate moves, derived from the foundations of rope such as hip key, footlock, opposite-side and same-side wrap, and S-wrap. With over 75 moves presented in almost 1,000 pictures, this is Rebekah’s most dense manual to date. For example, you’ll find over 20 climbs presented, as well as detailed steps on progressions such as that of the double knee hang. [editor summary]
Collection : Bibliothèque de l'École nationale de cirque
Localisation : Bibliothèque
Cote : 791.340 71 L465a 2015