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What You Need to Know About Aerial Gymnastics

Perfect for dancers, performers and circus monkeys of all ages



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We all remember Pink’s performance at the Grammys a few years back where she twirled and danced through the air on strips of linen. The proper name for this skill is aerial acrobatics, which Guinevere DiPiazza has made her career. She is the program director at The Circus Place in Hillsborough, as well as the artistic director and founder of Aerial Acrobat Entertainment. DiPiazza sits down with NJTV's Joanna Gagis and explains how the circus scene is changing into a vibrant community, and the disciplines your kid can start to learn as early as four years old.
 

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