Welcome to my little digital notebook. Today’s notes are on the flamenco sequence. This sequence is for beginner aerial silk artists.

  1. Start in a single foot lock.
  2. Come into your side lean.
  3. From here bring the spare silk under the armpit and throw it around your waist.
  4. Cinch the pole in the belay.
  5. Bring your spare foot up (free of a footlock) and through the front pole into gazelle.
  6. Release hands.
  7. Crochet the top leg (free of a footlock)
  8. Climb up and pull your body towards the pole that has the foot lock.
  9. Rest in a split or arabesque.
  10. Roll forward so that your feet meet.
  11. Release the free foot (free of a footlock).
  12. Take it behind you into a backbend.

In happiness and health,

Jadore Vanessa

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