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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Performing Artists

Shoulder and Hip Aerial Anatomy in Portland

Jan 10, 2020 | 5 pm - 9:15 pm
The Circus Project

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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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Conquer Your Micro-Bend – Strength and Control

Do you have plenty of flexibility, but still have a micro-bend in your leg? What’s going on and what can you do?!

 

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Conquer Your Micro Bend – Is it Mobility?

The Secret to Conquering your Micro-bend So, you can point your toes and straighten your legs, but when you start to lift them up… the dreaded micro-bend occurs. WHY?!

 

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