I thought I would try out aerials once, but then I ended up going to aerials class many times a week for a month. The instructors are supportive and thorough. The cushions on the ground really absorb shock from falls (the resident circus dog is obsessed about taking mat naps). It is easy to social distance because class sizes are small. I am confident I that the facility and instructors will keep everyone safe even while we are hanging upside down from my knees.
Raymond A. Dinnan, II, also known as Blindy McGrindy, has been involved in aerial arts, burlesque, and clowning since 2013. He is an award-winning burlesque performer, and has competed in the Capital of Texas Aerial Championships. He is also a licensed massage therapist.
His specialties include aerial choreography, burlesque choreography (floor and aerial), burlesque technique, act creation, performance skills, and self-care. He specializes in solo and duo trapeze (single-point, static, and dance), aerial cube, and lyra.