Dr. Emily Scherb, PT, DPT is a physical therapist with a lifelong passion for aerial arts.

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Dr. Emily Scherb’s book Applied Anatomy of Aerial Arts is now available! Emily has written the first anatomy book specifically for aerialists. Learn how your body works when it is hanging, inverting, climbing, or doing a hipkey.

 

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Returning to Circus and Aerial Training After COVID-19 Quarantine

Part 2 Strategies How to return to your circus self Congratulations! You did it! You made it through quarantine, and you have been cleared to get back into the studio.

 

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Returning to Circus and Aerial Training After COVID-19 Quarantine

Part 1 Considerations Who was your pandemic circus self? Many of us found that our love for circus training had to change during the pandemic, and we became different versions of our circus-selves. Are you the aerialist who turned to hand balancing?

 

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Using Your Rotator Cuff for Stable Strong Shoulders

Get more out of your shoulders by keeping your rotator cuff activated when you train. Everyone wants strong rotator cuff muscles, but do we all understand WHY? Your rotator cuff is a group of muscles that stabilize your shoulder joint.

 

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