Aspire Duo acrobatic stunts are closely combined with elegant, charming and captivating dancing. Hand balance on cubes will tell the spectators the story with the help of graceful movements!
The performance of Aspire trapeze artists will show the audience not only the incredible breathtaking acrobatic feats in the air but also amazing and fascinating dance on the ground.
Plus stunning somersaults accompanied by exquisite music are combined in the high-level Aspire Duo performance. Excellent suppleness, unbelievable stunts, balance feats.
Aspire Duo Acrobalance
Acrobalance is an acrobatic art that combines elements of adagio and hand balancing. Adagio consists of partner lifts, usually performed by a man and a woman, where the male lifts his female partner in many different poses and positions.
Many forms of adagio also incorporate throws and tosses; the male usually throws the female into somersaults, layouts, and other acrobatic manoeuvres. Styles of dance incorporate some form of adagio (as dance lifts), including ballet (in pas de deux), jazz, and lyrical. Ice skaters also perform lifts that belong to the adagio art.
Whenever a person lifts another up in different artistic poses, or performs tosses where the bottom mounter catches the top mounter again, it is considered adagio. Hand balancing is the performance of acrobatic body shape changing movements, or stationary poses, or both, while balanced on and supported entirely by one’s hands or arms.
It is performed by acro dancers, circus performers, gymnasts, and sports acrobats. Hand balancing may be performed by partners or individuals. In partner hand balancing, a strong bottom mounter supports the top mounter in handstands, planches and other acrobatic poses. In solo hand balancing, a single artist performs handstands, one-hand stands, planches and other equilbristic manoeuvres, usually on top of pommels, blocks or other apparatuses. ( Wikipedia)
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