Foremost, circus artists are athletes, and should be trained as such. Offering evidence based, safe and effective coaching; using the latest research in movement science, students are empowered to work toward high level goals through common-sense progressions

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With acts inspired by music as varied as contemporary classical pieces to accordion-based compositions, acts are created with the client in mind. With a focus on character, aerial movement is developed to evoke laughter, heartbreak, and the joy of the human experience.

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With nearly a decade of experience coaching and educated by AFFA and USATF, coaching utilizes best practices in track in field to allow athletes to achieve their highest potentials.

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Personalized Programming

Rather than "learn tricks," my goal is to foster a holistic approach to training to make it sustainable and progressive. This way, skills become a "bag of tricks" artists can use to communicate, helping clients achieve their greatest potentials as artists

Strength and Conditioning

In order to practice with consistent progress, a focus on strength and mobility helps clients increase endurance, complete skills smoothly, and avoid injury.

Increasing Vocabulary

Through a variety of exercises, clients develop novel movement pathways to explore more creatively as circus artists and create a personal "style."

Developing Autonomy

Through practicing progressive overload, the goal is for athletes to "outgrow" coaching, and be able to develop progressions for themselves based on principles of training.

Self Advocacy

Integrating the knowledge of a generation of circus artists on how to have conversations about rates, safety, workload, and recovery

Active Recovery

Creating training plans that integrate rest and build in a "minimal stress" approach to self care.