Today, let us do: What yesterday believed impossible, and tomorrow deems trivial.
I teach Aerial silks at EQ Fitness in West Seattle. Come learn what you are capable of!
Natalie Doud is an Acrobat.
After learning lyra and aerial silks, I invented a modified silks apparatus called the "Trinidad" to allow for acrobatics despite the short ceiling in my home. I have since taken this show on the road, swapping out the silks array for steel chains and dropping jaws most recently with performances at Summer Set Music Festival and The Fine Line.
I had such an amazing last performance at the Rabbit Hole last night. Thank you to all who came out :)Posted by Natalie Doud on Sunday, May 10, 2015
Natalie Doud is a Ninja!
Natalie has been accepted to compete in the 2015 season of American Ninja Warrior. Watch her video submission:
Natalie Doud is a performer
Natalie Doud and Elissa Butler performing a stellar duo silks routine at the 321 Blastoff Party to Adele's Skyfall!Posted by Alex Doud on Sunday, March 22, 2015
My debut performance of the Trinidad apparatus was at the innaugural Innovation Salon hosted by Nick Powley.Watch a recreation of the performance
Carnival of Saints and Sinners
At The Carnival of Saints and Sinners, I debuted the chainsWatch the Performance
Goth PromWatch the Performance View Photos
After posting a sincerely fangirl video about Japanese-American electronic violin loop artist Kishi Bashi, I was offered the most incredible opportuity to join the band onstage for their performance at The Fine Line in Minneapolis.Watch the Performance
I was invited to the 2014 Summer Set festival to perform on trinidad silks and chains.
My partner Alex and I also performed swing dance and acro yoga to the electro-swing band Ménage Quad. (ps. check out their music, its all free.)
I have recently become a board member at the Rabbit Hole performing arts co-op which means I can now teach and perform in the space in Northeast Minneapolis. At the "Shake off the Dust" party, I performed Lyra with Vera SkyWatch the Performance
Natalie Doud is a Teacher
I teach Aerial Innovation with silks, lyra, trinidad, tripole and more!
This steel hoop is easy to learn and fun to play on.
The classic aerial acrobat's toy, the silks are fun and engaging.
The Trinidad is a dynamic hammock hung from a tripod. Natalie has pioneered this method for over a year and students can learn how to move in this 3D playpen! The trinidad is truly a full body workout.
For more daring students, the Trinidad can be practiced with chains in place of tissu. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for info regarding performance or classes in chains.