In aerial silks, a Belay is a loop of fabric created by one tail of fabric wrapping around and over the other tail of fabric. Belays can be used for a wide range of purposes such as a pretty rest pose all the way up to the base for stacked drops. This module of our aerial silks instructor workshop series will take you through a range of skills from a basic Belay through a variety of entry options, to a range of tricks that use a Belay as the base move.
The course assessment includes multiple choice quizzes at the end of each unit and a short video learning task, for which you’ll receive feedback from your online mentor. Once you have completed the online element of the training course you will then need to submit your technical assessment, which comprises a short video of the five core course moves to assess your technique.
Number of Hours:
Online training: 10-20 hours
Learning tasks: 4-6 hours
Recommended practice: 20-40 hours (individual technique, attending classes, workshops, CPD, teaching and spotting practice, shadowing, co-teaching, working with a mentor and lesson observations)
Cost of Course: £175 (payment due on booking)
Pre-Requisites: Suitable for all existing Aerial Silks Instructors.
Assessment: This course has a written theory assessment and a short video assessment of core course moves completed in the online learning platform.
*PLEASE NOTE* You will have a year from the purchase date of your course to complete your course