April 5 – 7, 2024

Weekend Immersion:
Icarian Games

With Aviva Rose-Williams

Like a dynamic cousin of AcroYoga, Icarian games is the discipline of juggling other humans with your feet. This workshop will explore the discipline of Icarian games for people of all skill levels—whether you’ve never balanced anyone on your feet before or are a seasoned pro. Learn to do basic “whips” and “pops”, flips and turns, and throw or be thrown by your partner in the air with confidence.

Details

When:
Friday | 6:00 – 9:00 pm
Saturday | 10:00 am – 1:00 pm & 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Sunday | 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Where:
The Cotton Mill

Cost:
$380

Register By: 
March 22, 2024

Prerequisites:
The workshop could be open to people of all skill levels. Anyone who wants to base should be able to lie on their back with their legs at a 90 degree angle. Due to the placement of landing and falling those wishing to fly should not be pregnant, and bases should not be more than 3 months pregnant.

Ages:
16 & up or by permission of instructor

About The Coach

Aviva Rose-Williams started her training as a teenager at San Francisco Circus Center, and continued after high school at the Quebec Circus School, where she majored in Chinese Pole. In 2012, she cofounded the France-based circus company “A Sens Unique.” She has created and toured three shows with the company: ‘Léger démêlé,’ ‘Mule’ & ‘InTact’ (2015-2022). She has also worked as an acrobat for Collectif Sous Le Manteau, ADM, Zirkus Farhaway, and Midnight Circus, in addition to creating two US-based shows in collaboration with her twin sister, Molly Rose-Williams. She has helped direct shows for À Trois Branches, Courant d’Aire, and Organiek Mechaniek. In 2024 she will begin a new piece with Keeping Company.Throughout this time, Aviva has started working as Icarian Games coach for the largest woman’s acrobatic collective in France, the Projet Des Femmes. Aviva also loves teaching while on tour, and enjoys working as an acrobatic advisor for creations.


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