Flying Trapeze is the classic circus art – beautiful, inspirational and frequently breathtaking. It's all about taking a risk, being in the moment and acting on instinct. Take classes with us at AirCraft Circus and you'll learn to build strength, stamina, grace and flexibility.
Flying Trapeze training can eventually lead to professional troupe-based performance.
A good level of fitness is required to undertake this course. Stretching before and after training is essential.
*Please Note: At AirCraft Circus we fly on a petit volant rig, landing on mats.
Drop-in classes, list the date you wish to attend in the special instructions.
Adult evening classes are for ages 16+
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