Flying Trapeze 1
Coronavirus update Term 1 suspended (Sept - Dec 2020)
In Flying Trapeze, the participant jumps from a platform holding onto the trapeze bar, using their legs to propel them backwards and forwards in a swinging motion whilst performing various moves on the bar.
Our Flying Trapeze setup is known as a ‘petit volant’ and most of our participants wear a harness belt to ensure safety from falling.
Flying Trapeze is a dynamic and exhilarating aerial skill which provides a full body workout.
Who it's for
Flying Trapeze 1 is suitable for complete beginners OR those who have completed an Introduction to Aerial course or Circus Arts 1 Aerial.
As this course uses equipment at height, participants will need to strong and confident enough to support their own body weight – for at least 20 seconds – in order to get the most of the class.
If you're unsure if your strength and fitness is ready for a full term of Flying Trapeze, or you want to learn aerial circus but aren't sure what skill to focus on, have a look at our Introduction to Aerial course.
Our Level 1 courses are based on curriculums that are the same each term, so we don't recommend repeating them. However, you can try a Level 1 course in a different skill.
Tuesdays at 8pm - 9.30pm
Saturdays at 10.30am -12pm
Classes are 1.5 hours including a warm-up and cool down.
Unfortunately, we will not be able to offer any courses on our Adult or recreational Youth programmes during Term 1 (September - December 2020).
Please see more information about this on our Coronavirus update page.
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