Lillian discovered the world of aerial arts in 2014 and has been hooked ever since. She joined the Love/Aerial team in 2017 and is always excited to share her love of flying with others eager to find their wings. Lillian comes to Love/Aerial with a background in ballet and a love for the performing arts. She has also completed Paper Doll Militia’s 50-hour aerial instructor training program. When not playing on the silks, Lillian can be found wearing her medical and graduate student hats, but if the whole “MD-PhD” thing doesn’t work out, she’s running away to join the circus.


Victoria has been training in aerial silks since 2015. She expanded her practice to straps in 2017 and occasionally dabbles with other apparatuses. By day, she is a state scientist for an environmental department. By night, she shares her love of aerial with the growing community in Sacramento by training, traveling to workshops, and watching performances by everyone from beginner hobby-aerialists to generational circus professionals. Victoria has also completed Paper Doll Militia’s 50-hour aerial instructor training program. She is excited to be a part of the Love/Aerial team and hopes to inspire you to achieve your aerial goals.


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 Sac State. She also goes blues fusion dancing and recently picked up bouldering and yoga. She’s excited to join Love/Aerial and help others discover a passion for the aerial arts.


Jessica is an experienced Aerial instructor with over 60 hours of instructor training at the New England Center for Circus Arts. She started doing Aerial Arts in 2013 after transitioning from 8 years of competitive gymnastics. Jessica began teaching in 2015 at Free Flow Academy in Rocklin, CA, where she is now the head Aerial instructor. She brings all that experience and training to Love Aerial and is excited to share her love of movement, and her passion for Aerial Arts. Jessica is always learning and growing in her craft and has completed over 100 hours of additional training in Silks, Rope, Spanish Web, Straps, Lyra, Chinese Pole and is completely self-taught on Sphere. She has performed at numerous events around the local area and is currently seeking and expanding her performance opportunities. Jessica loves dynamic movement and spinning, and really enjoys creating and finding different combinations and sequences that together become something amazing. Jessica believes that Aerial Arts provides a great way for students to find and show their athleticism and power, as well as their grace and elegance. She hopes to encourage and inspire Love Aerial students to find passion for movement in their pursuit of Aerial Arts. 


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 is working toward her Master of Library and Information Science degree. She is thrilled to be joining the Love/Aerial team and is looking forward to sharing her love of aerial arts!

Past Team Members


Kim has been training aerial silks since 2012 and has been teaching silks since 2013 in the Sacramento area. She has been fortunate enough to travel to train in different states and countries, as well as to participate in several aerial festivals across the country. While aerial silks is Kim’s main apparatus, she also trains in aerial hoop/lyra, corde lisse, and aerial straps. She has taught for Aerial Evolution in Sacramento, CA and offers monthly workshops with Rocknasium in Davis, CA. She’s had the privilege of performing at several venues in the Sacramento and Davis area including Beatnik Studios and the Crocker Museum. Aerial arts has changed her life and she hopes to share the wonders of the aerial arts with the community. When she’s not flying, she is studying hard as a 4th year veterinary student at the UC Davis Veterinary School or spending time with her golden retriever, Apple.


Yan has been practicing aerial silks since 2012 and started teaching in 2016. She’s absolutely in love with flying and playing in the air. Aside from her aerial shenanigans, she is also trained in martial arts and yoga. Additionally, she is often smitten by science-y things.