^ image by Melissa Wedekind of NOCO performer, Terese Cardamon
Hi there & welcome to NOCO AERIAL ARTS, the premier aerial training program in Fresno. If you want to know more about all the things NOCO is up to, including events, shows and pop up aerial trainings and workshops, stay tuned on our emails , check out our Facebook Event, and we’ll update this page as well!
FYI: NOCO’s aerial arts training is offered in semesters; we offer a Fall semester & a Spring semester of training, each approximately 14-16 weeks long. We usually offer 12-15 classes a week. For fun and continued training we offer a summer intensive workshop every year.
If you’re interested in taking an introductory group or solo private class, click & purchase below. We’ll schedule you in right away:
There are 3 ways to take/pay for class:
1. Buy a one-time drop in class ($20). NOTE: 6:30am aerial yoga classes require a reservation; send request to amy@NOCOdance.org or 559-420-0795.
2. Buy a class card. Class cards are sold in multiples of 5 classes ($90), 10 classes ($125), and 20 classes ($225). Class cards expire one year after purchase. You can take any class you want with your class card. NOTE: 6:30am aerial yoga classes require a reservation; send request to amy@NOCOdance.org or 559-420-0795.
3. Buy a semester registration per course. Semester registrations offer the biggest discount to students and it is a perfect for those of you who can commit to taking the same course each week. When you pay for a semester course, you are paying to attend that same weekly course for the 14 week semester. [Ex: Thursday 7:15 aerial playground] Each course is $125 for 14 weeks. There are no “makeups” with this discounted registration. Registrations will be prorated throughout the semester.
NOTE: You may purchase any of these 3 options in advance online or pay in class (cash, square/card, or check written to Fresno Dance Collective).
Have more questions? Check out the FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS page or contact us at amy@NOCOdance.org or 559-420-0795.
Check out some images recently posted in the Fresno Bee from the end of our summer workshop in the “So You Think You Can Aerial?!” event.
images on this page by Eric Zamora