Ameba Acrobatic & Aerial Work at the Conwell Oratory and Dance Club


ameba acrobatic & aerial dance

By area. AMEBA ACBJJ is a revolutionary and cutting-edge style of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Combining the agility, strength, and creativity of acrobatics with the grace and fluidity of gymnastics, AMEBA brings the best of all worlds to the world of martial arts. Originating in Brazil, AMEBA ACBJJ has become hugely popular all over the world, drawing a great number of fans to its competitions and inspiring many new practitioners with their unique style of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

By area. AMEBA ACBJJ is a revolutionary and cutting-edge style of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Founded in 1999, AMEBA ACBJJ is one of the fastest-growing innovative dance teams in Chicago, presenting evening classes and internationally renowned performances year-round. Featuring an eclectic mix of styles and performers, AMEBA ACBJJ combines the athleticism and boldness of aerial combat with the grace and fluidity of gymnastics.

Ameba Acrobatic & Aerial Dance

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This past July, AMEBA celebrated its 15th Anniversary! To celebrate, the entire AMEBA organization put together an incredible workshop at the Urbana Art Museum. In this amazing exhibition that showcased amazing acrobatic and aerial works of art from various disciplines, guest speakers included Champ, Roger Black, Matt Ferreira, Renzo Gracie, ickson Brage, Rogerio Cesar Sosa, Joao Camacho, Daniel Costera, Hector Cepeda, Flavio Costanati, and Diego Santana. Also joining the fray were the members of the AMEBA Team, including myself, Ruben Barros, Daniel Veddos, Daniel Diaz, Ramel Bradley, and Estrella Gomes. It was a great honor for everyone to be a part of this very unique exhibition and workshop.

I have always been interested in martial arts, especially acrobatic and aerial combat. However, I did not know much about it until I attended the London Olympics a few years ago. At the time, I was really impressed by how Olympic athletes carried themselves during competition. I was awestruck when I saw the gymnasts and swimmers do acrobatic routines during the Closing Ceremony. I have never seen anything like that before and was very eager to attend the AMEBA’s August seminar in Chicago. My visit was documented in an article I wrote for The London Times.

A Much Ado

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During the second day of the exhibition, I had the opportunity to meet some of the world-class athletes from Team GB, including rower Helen Jeffreys and fencing athlete Adam Scott. I was very impressed by their high levels of athleticism, but I was most inspired by their passion for their sport. During the course of our meeting, the Team GB coach, Glen Jackson, explained how the team trained and worked to achieve such high levels of skill. He also showed me some of the many Bungee Cords they used. I was really impressed with the professionalism and dedication of the athletes, which made me realize that being involved in acrobatic & aerial work could be very rewarding.

The next day, I went to see the athletes perform on the second day of my visit. I watched as they performed their routines on the dance floor, and I was really struck by how impressive their skills were. I was blown away by their strength and grace, and I was really inspired by the enthusiasm with which they performed their routines. I would love to see these talented young people get the recognition that they deserve, and I would encourage any athlete, male or female, to give it a go!

In Chicago, there are several qualified and experienced acrobatic & aerial dancers to help you out. These dancers are fully qualified and trained in a number of different positions, so you can ask them for advice on what position you could try out and get training. They can also give you a great recommendation of local places to try out if it is your first time in the area. If you live in Chicago and are interested in attending a talent show in the city, don’t be afraid to ask your friends and family about where you could attend.

Bottom Line

If you’re in Chicago and you’re looking for a fun evening out with friends and family, consider going to one of the Fun Clubs in Chicago – the Conwell Oratory and Dance Club. Located on the Near West Side of Chicago’s South Side, the club is owned by Jonny Conwell, an award-winning choreographer, and aerialist who was also once a professional ballroom dancer. The club is a one-of-a-kind venue that will make your next event be something to remember, so book your Chicago trip today!

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