Aerial Conditioning and Injury Awareness
12noon - 1.30 pm (week 1, all levels)
An aerial conditioning class you can do anywhere, (well almost), where no aerial equipment is required. How can we prepare the body to work in the air, while remaining on the ground? We will use the floor to make core connections, stabilize and strengthen, open and lengthen, all the while building awareness of how we do what we do before venturing into the vertical plane.
James Wellington (Physio)
10.15am - 11.45 am (week 2)
Enhancing performance and minimizing injury.
In this class James will offer information on how to self assess and on the basic pre-requisites needed to train your discipline and share conditioning techniques to help improve your body’s resilience to the demands of your particular discipline.
His class will respond in part to who is in the class and their particular needs and questions but topics might include:
- how to find the level of training suitable for your body
- how to maximise your body’s ability without breaking it
- what and how to train if you are injured.
NB Please note that this is a taught class and that James will be running a pop-up clinic for treatments each afternoon. A Google book-in doc for these treatments will be available online closer to the start of the festival.