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Aerial Silks

A vertical apparatus that consists of two long fabrics rigged from a central point. Artists move through a combination of climbs, foot locks and wraps to create dance sequences while suspended in the air.

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Aerial Hammock/Sling

A single aerial silk rigged as a loop from a single central point. Artists alternate between poses and sequenced wraps to move up and down the loop. Can be rigged from a lower height, and is ideal for champagne pouring services.

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Hooping

Artists manipulate lightweight plastic hoops into a dance flow on the ground.

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Static Trapeze

A metal bar suspended by two ropes rigged to two separate points. Many moves translate from dance trapeze, but the apparatus remains static rather than spinning, making it ideal for duo work.

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Aerial Rope

A vertical apparatus featuring one long rope. Like aerial silks, artists climb and wrap, but due to its minimalist nature, rope highlights strength moves and dynamic swings.

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Lyra/Aerial Hoop

A circular metal hoop suspended by a rope-like connector (aka a span set). Artists flow around this apparatus via a series of poses, and the effect is maximized through spinning. Can be rigged from a lower height, and is ideal for champagne pouring services.

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Veil Poi

Artists manipulate a weighted ball connected to the hand by lightweight chains or ropes. For veil poi, long silks are attached to each weight to create a fanned effect where the fabric chases the movement of the
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Pole

A single chrome pole fixed onto a solid floor base that can alternate between a static or spinning setting. Artists use climbs and
tension-based poses to create dance sequences. Ideal for settings with limited space available or unriggable ceilings

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Lollipop Lyra

A metal hoop attached to a standing pole fixed to a solid floor base that can alternate between a static or spinning setting. This apparatus marries lyra and pole moves, so artists can incorporate poses, flows and climbs for both apparatuses. Ideal for settings with limited space available or unriggable ceilings, and a perfect choice for champagne pouring services.

Dance Trapeze

A metal bar suspended by two ropes rigged on a single central point. Like lyra, artists maneuver around the bar in a series of poses, but wraps and dynamic swings are also incorporated, all complemented by spinning. Can be rigged from a lower height.