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Welcome to your aerial splits resource! This reference guide is a culmination of split poses I have performed and notes I have taken during my 10 year aerial career. The 91 poses in this manual are centered around splits and sorted into chapters based on their unique entries. For example: poses from single footlocks, double footlocks, inversions, belays and more. Poses are accompanied by full color photos, tutorials, tips, and warnings. They range from beginner all the way to advanced movements and should be performed responsibly. This book is meant to be a companion to your practice and never as a sole source of learning. Every skill level can benefit from this guide! Beginners will be encouraged by all the pose possibilities, as well as benefit greatly from the tutorial photos, tips and warnings for each pose! The intermediate to advanced aerialists can enhance their skills from our tips/tutorials and will benefit from having all these splits in one manual! Our table of contents doubles as a visual library! Instead of relying on names, as we all know names vary greatly within the aerial community, our table of contents includes an image of each pose! Here you can quickly scan and see everything the book has to offer. This also works great when wanting to pick and choose a pose to practice on! Having knowledge of footlocks, inversions and a basic belays will also greatly enhance what you get out of this guide! I'm so excited to present to you 91 different ways to Split on Silks!
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I can create any custom length hammock or aerial silk needed, prices will vary depending on length. DM me for custom orders.
I offer a discount on bulk orders.. please contact me for wholesale discounts!
I offer both high and low stretch fabric!
Yes, you can safely strip your fabric from either direction without the need for searing.
You can wash/dry this material safely, treat as a delicate item in the washer. You can use gentle laundry soap however I have found that the best way to keep your fabric healthy and vibrant is to use 1-2 caps of distilled white vinegar and a few drops of tea tree oil. You may add a few drops of an essential oil of your liking for scent.
To dry, use low heat and pull the material out to undo knots it every 10 minutes or until dry. Or you can hang dry the material in your home. I do not recommend hanging in the sun to dry. Some colors are sensitive to UV.
Sky Blue and Jade are very UV sensitive. Both will fade in just 1-2 hours of direct sunlight. Other colors are more resilient however I do recommend not leaving your fabric in direct sunlight for more than a few hours. (next to a window, outside etc..)
I carry a few colors that will glow under blacklight and they are White, Neon Yellow, Hot Barbie Pink and Coral Melon.
Yes a sample packet of colors is available for purchase!
Sep 27, 2023
Great overview of different techniques!
Aug 30, 2023
My colleague that's practicing aerial loved it!
Aug 25, 2023
Wonderful book! I love all the poses and the instructions are very clear :)
Oct 7, 2022
Well thought out book to show how the pose is supposed to look.
Sep 13, 2022