Victoria has been training in aerial silks since 2015. She expanded her practice to straps in 2017 and occasionally dabbles with other apparatuses. She took over running Love/Aerial from Lillian summer of 2022. By day, she is a senior environmental scientist for the state of California. By night, she shares her love of things circus with the growing community in Sacramento by training aerial, traveling to workshops, and watching performances by everyone from beginner hobby-aerialists to generational circus professionals. Victoria has completed Paper Doll Militia’s 50-hour aerial instructor training program for aerial silks. She deeply believes in the value of personal accomplishments and loves seeing students stun themselves. She hopes to inspire you to move and remain curious.
Steph tried aerial silks on a whim in January 2016 and instantly fell in love with it. Since then, she plays on silks whenever she can. During the day, Steph is an international admissions advisor at UC Davis. She also goes blues fusion dancing and enjoys yoga when she can. She loves being a part of Love/Aerial and helping others discover a passion for the aerial arts. Steph is the latest Love/Aerial instructor to complete the Paper Doll Militia’s 50-hour silks teacher training program.
Steph has three pets: a dog named Red, a cat named Jackie, and a guinea pig named Zack.
Maggie first discovered aerial arts as a teenager in San Diego, CA, and has been training regularly at Love/Aerial since 2017. She has completed Paper Doll Militia’s 50-hour silks teacher training program, and she also enjoys practicing Lyra and Rope when she gets the chance. When not at the silks gym, Maggie works in interlibrary loans for the Law Library of UC Davis, or scoping out tickets to the next cool concert. She is thrilled to be joining the Love/Aerial team and is looking forward to sharing her love of aerial arts!
Courtney took her first aerial class in 2019 and fell in love with the art. Later that year, she began fusing aerial hoop with her burlesque routines to wow audiences at The Pearl Theater in Shanghai. In 2020, she started sharing her passion for aerial hoop as an instructor at Zero Gravity. She continued to teach herself new skills and became proficient at both aerial moon and pocket lyra. Courtney recently moved back to California and is excited to continue her aerial journey as an instructor at Love/Aerial and as a performer in Northern California. By day, Courtney works for a nonprofit company assisting people with disabilities. She spends her free time reacquainting herself with the beauty of California, and hanging out with her cats and husband.