Strengthening and Flexibility
In this course we will discover our personal limits in relation to flexibility, strength, and the body's agility.
The first part of the lesson will focus on exercises to increase strength and endurance, as well as movement patterns on the floor. In the second part, through relaxation and flexibility exercises, the body will have the opportunity to explore its boundaries and capabilities.
The goal of the lessons is to provide the body with comprehensive preparation so that it can express itself in the air with clean lines through technical and strength exercises.
The lesson is suitable for anyone looking to develop strength and flexibility, including aerial acrobatics students, and is suitable for all levels, whether for beginners who want to prepare their bodies to engage with aerial equipment or for advanced individuals looking to improve their technique.
She was born in Athens. She has a degree in German language and Literature from the National Capodistrian University of Athens, in Social and Political Anthropology from the Panteion University of Athens as well as in Intercultural Education from the Freies Universität Berlin. Since 2007 she is a professor in Secondary Education.
She has participated in a competitive rhythmic gymnastics team and has attended classical-modern dance classes and seminars from many dancers and coaches.
Through her involvement with dance came love and curiosity for the circus. She got acquainted and involved with circus while in Berlin, at the Center For Performing Arts “Katakomben” and attended classes and seminars of aerial acrobatics by distinguished dancers in Greece and abroad (among others Alex Allan, Will Davis, Emiliano Ron, Sarah Bebe Holmes, Gabriel Tramullas, Tyrone Herlihy, Dream Frohe, Myrto Petroheilou, etc.).
She has participated as a performer of acrobatics and aerial acrobatic with silks and hoops in performances in Chania and Athens in various venues including Athens Festival, Technopoli, Badminton Theater, Olvio etc. She has been teaching aerial acrobatics since 2009.