In this multi-apparatus workshop, we explore how to transfer lines and movement from one apparatus to another. This is a workshop directed towards flyers who want to experience a new way of moving through the air and how to dance on one apparatus and from one apparatus to another.

We fly between Silks, Lyra and Rope, learning traditional moves as well as creating our own multi-apparatus sequences. When we shift how we get from one place to another, anything can be possible!

JANUARY 7TH 3 – 4.30 PM BEGINNERS WORKSHOP – no aerial experience necessary! You go home with a pocket full of poses after dipping your toes into the fun world of Aerial Dance!

FREQUENT FLYERS – must be comfortable inverting in the air, climbing the fabric, and executing a hip lock. We’re combining the two sections this time, Jocelynn will treat experienced fliers to tricks suitable to their proficiency levels.


Jocelynn Rudig is a certified Aerial Fabric, Aerial Yoga, Yoga and GYROKINESIS® Instructor. She has been teaching aerial dance for over 10 years. Jocelynn began her training at the San Francisco Circus Center and continues to train at the Boulder Circus Center and around the world with fellow flyers. She has been performing aerial dance, modern and ballet for over 15 years, specializing in Aerial Fabric, Lyra, Trapeze, Rope and Invented Apparatus.

Jocelynn teaches workshops across the US in studios and at festivals. Internationally, she has taught in Central America, Mexico, Thailand, France and India. At home, in Boulder, CO, she teaches at Tease, Live Beyond Limit, MOTH and at the Boulder Circus Centre where she co-teaches Aircat Aerial Yoga Teacher Trainings and Aircat Aerial Fabric Teacher Trainings. In addition to flying in the air, she performs, teaches Yoga and is a Clinical Herbalist. Please visit her website at


Both sections are on Saturday the 7th of January 2017 at Delhi Rock.

3 – 4.30 PM: Beginners Workshop & Frequent Flyers


The cost is Rs 1,200 per person, payable at