Circus Aerials -  Rigging
Cori is a Circus aerialist who performs on aerial silks and swinging trapeze. She teaches classes in aerial silks. Aerial silks is also referred to as aerial tissu, aerial fabric and aerial tissue. Classes in
swinging trapeze and other circus aerials  activities are offered by The Circus Aerials Scoiety.
Cori is a Circus aerialist who performs on aerial silks and swinging trapeze. She teaches classes in aerial silks. Aerial silks is also referred to as aerial tissu, aerial fabric and aerial tissue. Classes in
swinging trapeze and other circus aerials  activities are offered by The Circus Aerials Scoiety.
Aerial Silks should only be practiced on a point that has
been inspected by  a qualified rigger. The aerial
equipment should be hung by a qualified rigger
experienced in the entertainment industry.

Aerials require a qualified rigger and/or engineer to
inspect the point that will support the aerialist. It has to be
strong enough to hold the weight and force that is
generated by acrobatic movements.  Rigging should be
inspected regularly.

Any activity that involves motion or height may result in
severe injury or even mortality.

The more height we have to perform, the more dramatic
the tricks that we can perform. We usually practice at a
space that has 26 feet. This is ideal. We can do many
acts at 18 feet.