Apparatuses to try!
juggling, tightwire, stilt-walking, trampoline, partner acro, aerial acro, tumbling etc.
We offer General Circus for kids and teens of all levels and backgrounds. If you want to do a little of everything this is the class for you. Trampoline, tight-wire, rolling globes, rola-bola, aerials, tumbling and clowning are all covered in this class. We give our more experienced students the opportunity hold leadership roles and welcome everyone to create and perform in upcoming showcases.
Mixed Aerial Apparatuses: fabric, sling, cube, lyra, rope, etc...
This class is for those at a beginning / intermediate level and who would like to work on both vertical apparatus (fabrics, rope) and horizontal apparatus (trapeze, lyra, etc). This class is appropriate for those just starting out with aerials or who would like to try a variety of apparatuses.
Rope is one of the oldest aerial arts, it dates back to the Byzantine Empire and was a game played by sailors.
This is a Beginning class on German Wheel. We will cover the fundamental skills such as straight line walkovers, cartwheels etc.
An apparatus originating in Germany made up of two large rings joined together by a set of parallel bars.
This is a Beginner / Intermediate class for teens and adults. We will work on building strength, transitions and performance quality while in the air.
The origin of this apparatus is still under dispute, earliest record could place its origin in the1800's. Although commonly believed to have been invented in 1950's France when a rope student was asked to present in a new way and performed on silks instead.
flexibility & contortion
This is an all level class. We will work on front splits, middle splits and back bends, with a focus on partner stretching and the conditioning necessary to support our flexibility.
Origin time immemorial, the earliest records date back to the roman empire and practiced by yoga practitioners.
Photographs by Robbie Snider.
Aerial hoop / Lyra
We will learn the basics on double point and single point Lyra. Mounts and dismounts, poses and transitions while working on strength and flexibility throughout.
Aerial Hoop / Lyra originated in the 1800's when someone suspended the mast of a ship in the air. That apparatus was said to resemble the instrument of ancient Greece and thereby got the name, Lyra.