Aerial Arts Academy
Bundaberg Aerial and ACROBATICS
Aerial Arts Academy has something for the whole family! Acrobatics, Aerial Silks, Lyra and AntiGravity Aerial Yoga and Fitness. We are an all-inclusive studio who welcomes all abilities. Whether you are looking at attending classes for fun, social or fitness reasons we have a class for everyone.
Aerial Arts Academy was established in 2015 and has since grown into a community for our attending families in Bundaberg. Starting with the revolutionary fitness regime of AntiGravity Aerial Yoga & Fitness to then expanding into Aerial Silks, Lyra and Acrobatics.
Here at Aerial Arts Academy we provide children from as young as age four to adults a space where they can feel welcomed and nurtured. Our classes are all about fun, fitness and learning! No pressure, no exams, no eisteddfods, this is what sets our studio apart.
Alisa Boisen was born in Bundaberg QLD and started dancing at a young age in all facets of dance and acrobatics. Alisa has a love and passion for singing, drama, fitness and dance which has allowed her to successfully complete her Cert III and IV in fitness, Acrobatic Arts M1 & M2, CSTD Dance Teachers Certificate, Rhythm Works Integrative Dance, AntiGravity Aerial Yoga & Fitness modules, and TRX training.
Chloe has been apart of Aerial Arts Academy staff since 2017 and loves the overall atmosphere of the studio. Chloe has started her career as a physiotherapist while still being able to be apart of our teaching staff.
“I wouldn’t be able to get through my weeks without my beautiful students on a Monday afternoon”
Olivia started dance at the age of 3 training in all styles including classical ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary, musical theatre and singing. In 2014 she had the opportunity to travel to America where she trained at some of the best studios with USA’s most leading choreographers. She has over 3 years teaching experience with a passion for sharing her love of dance and creating magic in the studio with her students.
Deanna is our main aerial silk and lyra teacher. She joined aerial silk classes when she was looking for an excersise activity she could do together with her daughter. Deanna fell in love with silks. A knee injury at home saw her having to stop practicing but instead started helping out teaching the lyra. Her favourite thing about teaching aerial silks and lyra is seeing the awe on the students faces when they see them for the first time and then helping them realise just how easy they are to master. Deanna loves being able to coach the students through their fear of a new move and seeing them perform all their new skills at the end of term.