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  By Emily Glaser Photo by Jennifer Cole

By Emily Glaser
Photo by Jennifer Cole

"Soar with Circus Arts"

If you want to build strength along with Zen-like focus, circus arts are for you. Fly high on the trapeze, silks, and rings at Asheville Aerial Space, which offers classes in aerial basics, trapeze, silks, lycra, and more. Beginners are welcome in most classes. Or try aerial yoga for the ultimate in moving meditation. Aerial yoga practices, which combine traditional yoga poses and acrobatics, are offered at River Arts Ballet in Fletcher and The Shift studio in Hendersonville. “Aerial yoga breeds great strength and confidence,” says Shift owner Emily Van Eman. “It’s a safe way to find your edge.” 

— wnc magazine, February 2017
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  By Toni Sherwood Photo by Anthony Harden

By Toni Sherwood
Photo by Anthony Harden

"Flying into 2016"

At West Asheville’s Aerial Space, physical challenges not only foster self-esteem—they are gravity-defying fun, too. "It’s January. It’s cold outside. It’s dark by six o’clock. If that isn’t enough to deter you from getting back into shape, the monotony of an elliptical just might. If you’re looking for a new fun indoor activity to try, Aerial Space in West Asheville teaches classes in Trapeze, Lyra (Aerial Hoop), Silks, Aerial Yoga, Acro Yoga, and Aerial Dance. “It was a huge goal of mine for [Aerial Space] to be a good healthy environment,” De Leeuw says.

— capital at play, january 2016
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  By Sara Fields Photo by Micah Mackenzie

By Sara Fields
Photo by Micah Mackenzie

"Blue's Sky's" 
Asheville's Most Fascinating Women

"Stop by Aerial Space in Asheville and you might just encounter a real-life fairy (tattooed wings and all) swinging from the ceiling by an ankle. The winged woman in question would be Blue Deleeuw, a 41-year-old flying trapeze artist and owner of the studio, an educational facility specializing in aerial silks, trapeze and aerial yoga..."

— verve magazine, april 2011
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