Aeriform Arts Studio Is Home to “America’s Got Talent” Contestant and Aerial Star Antonio Martinez
North Hollywood, CA – As busy studio owner Lea Walker continues to raise the caliber of her dance and fitness center, Aeriform Arts, housing a community of top aerial instructors, one teacher has emerged as a real star. Antonio Martinez is giving the world a sneak peak at what Aeriform Arts’ students have experienced first hand, his the amazing aerial alchemy. The flying whiz is a current contestant on NBC-TV’s “America’s Got Talent” and he is wowing a national audience with his grace and skills. The aerial cirque and silks teacher, alongside his “America’s Got Talent” performing partner Tavi Stutz, will perform live at Aeriform Arts’ “Midsummer Flight Dreams” talent showcase on Saturday, August 24, alongside students and teachers displaying Lyra, hammock, pole and silk feats. “Midsummer Flight Dreams” will take place from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Aeriform Arts studio located at 5625 Lankershim Blvd. in North Hollywood, CA.
Aeriform Arts provides an all inclusive co-ed landscape for aerial conditioning with ten aerial yoga hammocks, a lyra, hanging silks and five brass dance poles. In addition to Antonio Martinez, the studio’s expansive curriculum boasts aerial hammock classes taught by Leigh Acosta and Jane Rose; pole classes taught by Veronika as well as Acosta; Judy Chuang teaching a 6-week Advance Beginner Pole Series; and the special Nail It Deep Series, taught by Niki Saccareccia and Jennifer Netherby consisting of Feet & Balance, Back Bends, Hand Stands and Splits workshops. The studio’s distinct roster also includes Kristina Serna teaching BUTI ™ as well Roseanne Nemhauser and Jane Rose demonstrating aerial yoga.
“Our initial vision was to become a one-stop shop for anyone seeking the thrill of aerial adventure and now, in less than two years, I can proudly say that we have successfully accomplished our goal. We are happy and amazed for Antonio. His television appearances are exposing the aerial world to a new and broader audience. We believe everyone can fly and we are here to teach them how!” expresses Walker.
Aeriform Arts is open daily and is located at 5625 Lankershim Blvd. in North Hollywood, CA. Soar with Aeriform Arts at http://aeriformarts.com or by calling 818-980-AERI (2374).
For an online studio tour, check out Aeriform Arts as “Studio of the Month” in Pole World News: