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  Flying Trapeze Classes (all levels 2 hrs) Click for More Information

This class caters for all levels; beginners to intermediate. Starts with an introduction and full body warm-up, followed by a practice turn on a low stationary trapeze bar. Students are then attached to their safety harness ready to climb up and swing off our 8 metre high platform. All students will have an opportunity to practice ‘Flying Tricks’ throughout the class. Classes end with the students being caught by a 'catcher' mid air. Classes run Tuesday to Sunday. Minimum 5 students per class. No weight restrictions. Minimum age 4 years, but recommended age 11 years and above.

"Flying Trapeze is an addiction, well it's definitely my addiction! The amazing adrenaline rush you get whilst flying in the air is something you will never forget and as soon as you get caught by the catcher at the end of the class, you'll be hooked! It's not only an excellent way to get fit but also an interesting hobby to tell your friends about. Give Flying Trapeze a try, you definitely won't regret it!"
Clair Goldie, Regular Flying Trapeze Student
     

     
  Intensive Performance Classes ‘IPC’ (2 hours) Click for More Information

This class is for advance and intermediate level flying trapeze students only. Classes operate once a week for 10 consecutive weeks (following the NSW school term timetable) and finishes with a Grand Finale Performance by the students.

Catered for the more serious flyers who really want to show off their skills to family or friends. Recommended age 16 years and above.

"The IPC courses are not only great fun and very social, they're also a great way to improve your trapezeing skills. Why? Because no one wants to miss their trick when we perform in front of the live audience of family and friends in the last week of each term! So, if you've caught the swinging bug, sign up for the next IPC course - you'll love it!"
Nigel Miller, Regular IPC Student
     

     
  Kids & Teens Term Circus Classes (1.5 hours) Click for More Information

Kids can join this once a week 10 week program or just do a ‘One–Off Class’. Kids will learn most aspects of circus arts, from acrobatics, juggling, plate spinning, aerial arts and Flying Trapeze.

Scheduled classes start with the NSW school term and run for 10 consecutive weeks. Classes run as scheduled no missed classes will be credited.

Wednesday Kids 4-7 years, Thursday Kids 8-12 years, Friday Kids 8-12 years and Friday Teens 13-18 years.

"Trapeze is the highlight of my week, I absolutely love it. The team are wonderful and really good fun and most of all I am learning to do really fun tricks while flying through the air. It's the best way to keep active and make great new friends."
Millie Wooding, Regular Kids Circus Student

     

     
  Super Kids Workshop (2 hours / 4 days or One-Off Class) Click for More Information

Kids learn how to perform tricks on the flying trapeze as well as some aerial, circus and juggling skills.
Recommended age 4-11 years.

Operates during school holidays and runs for 4 consecutive days (2 hour classes) or a ‘One–Off Class’ Tues, Wed, Thurs & Fri.

"I booked my two kids (Amaliah age 7 and Eric age 4) into the school holiday 5 day Super Kids Workshop. The kids absolutely loved it so much that they wanted to come the next school holiday, which we brought them to with no hesitation, and now they are waiting with baited breath for their next opportunity maybe even before the next school holidays. I came every day to watch them and we brought the whole family to each of the final day performance shows where the kids perform to music and do the most amazing tricks. I would highly recommend Sydney Flying Trapeze classes to anyone."
Simon Borg-Olivier (Father of Amaliah & Eric Regular Super Kids)
     

     

  Flying Trapeze & Circus Camp Click for More Information
(6 hours / 4 days or One-Off Class)

The Kids Flying Trapeze & Circus Camp includes a full 2 Hour Flying Trapeze class each day, as well as Aerial Arts (Static Trapeze, Silks & Lyra), Ground Based Circus Skills (Juggling, Plate Spinning, Hula Hooping, Rola Bola, Tight Wire) and Acrobatics & Acrobalance Activities (Mini Trampoline, Floor Activites, Rolls, Cart Wheels etc).

Age Restrictions: Minimum 4 years, Maximum 12 years

Kids Flying Trapeze & Circus Camp classes do not include any food or drink, a packed lunch, snacks and drinks are required for all students participating in the classes. A refrigerator is available if required. We do sell a small array of snacks & drinks on site but no lunch style foods.

As this class is 6 hours long, we require a "Digital Waiver Form" to be compleated for each student attending as well as a "Sydney Trapeze School - Kids Camp Pack" (which includes Special Requirements / Allergy Form) prefferably returned prior to the day of the class via email.

Operates during school holidays and runs for 4 consecutive days (6 hour classes) or a One-Off Class Tues, Wed, Thurs or Fri.
     

     
  Juggling & Unicycle Classes (1 hour) Click for More Information

Learn to juggle, ride a Unicycle, stilt walk and perform tricks like a street performer! The scheduled classes follow
the NSW school term.

Classes operate once a week for 10 consecutive weeks. ‘One–Off Class’ in the first 3 weeks of the term.

"The teachers are amazing, I found it easy to progress through my circus skills, juggling, unicycling and other cool stuff like barrel walking. I even go the chance to perform in the IPC show at the end of term!"
Moose Casey, Regular Street Circus Student

     

     


  Intro to Aerial Arts Classes (1 hour) Click for More Information

This is a great class for anyone interested in Static Trapeze, Silks / Tissue, Lyra / Hoop as during the 5 weeks of the course you get to experience all 3 apparatus and then decide which one your feel most comfortable on to move onto a more intensive 10 week courses we run.

Using strength, grace and flexibility, you climb the static apparatus and move your body into amazing beautiful poses and shapes. Drops and slides are an exciting and fun part of learning this circus apparatus.

  • Aerial Static Trapeze
    This aerial apparatus consisting of a bar hung from ropes, unlike the flying trapeze, this one
    hangs stationary.

  • Aerial Silks / Aerial Tissue
    Two long pieces of soft fabric that hang from a single point.

  • Aerial Lyra / Aerial Hoop
    A a metal circular hoop that is suspended from a single point.

Classes operate once a week for 5 consecutive weeks. ‘One–Off Class’ depending upon availability.

"I’ve been learning silks and lyra at STS for about 5 months, and I’ve loved every minute of it. The small class size has meant I got a lot of personal attention, which really helped me improve quickly and gain strength and confidence. And I made some great friends in my class, including the instructor, who was very friendly and helpful"
Sarah Martin, Regular Silks & Lyra Student

     

     
  Static Trapeze (1 hour) Click for More Information

Using strength, grace and flexibility, you climb the static apparatus and move your body into amazing beautiful poses and shapes. Drops and slides are an exciting and fun part of learning this circus apparatus.

  • Aerial Static Trapeze
    This aerial apparatus consisting of a bar hung from ropes, unlike the flying trapeze, this one
    hangs stationary.

Classes operate once a week for 10 consecutive weeks. ‘One–Off Class’ in the first 3 weeks of the term.

"I enjoyed my first 10 week static trapeze course so much I have signed up for a second, not only is it fun and a great workout but it has done wonders for my flexibility and balance. The instructors are great, they make you feel very safe and always explain the positions clearly. I would highly recommend giving static trapeze a try to anyone!"
Kevin Allsworth, Regular Static Trapeze Student
     

     

  Aerial Silks / Tissue, Aerial Lyra / Hoop Classes (1 hour) Click for More Information

Using strength, grace and flexibility, you climb the static apparatus and move your body into amazing beautiful poses and shapes. Drops and slides are an exciting and fun part of learning this circus apparatus.

  • Aerial Silks / Aerial Tissue
    Two long pieces of soft fabric that hang from a single point.

  • Aerial Lyra / Aerial Hoop
    A a metal circular hoop that is suspended from a single point.

Classes operate once a week for 10 consecutive weeks. ‘One–Off Class’ in the first 3 weeks of the term.

"I’ve been learning silks and lyra at STS for about 5 months, and I’ve loved every minute of it. The small class size has meant I got a lot of personal attention, which really helped me improve quickly and gain strength and confidence. And I made some great friends in my class, including the instructor, who was very friendly and helpful"
Sarah Martin, Regular Silks & Lyra Student

     

     
  Trampoline Classes (1 hour) Click for More Information

Classes operate on Tuesdays 6:00 - 7:00pm, Wednesdays 6:00pm - 7:00pm and Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00pm bookings required.

Trampoline is great for perfecting spinning and twisting tricks for a range of activities including flying trapeze, wake boarding and kite surfing. It's a great workout for building core strength and general aerial awareness. Class sizes range from 1 - 2 people.

"Trampoline classes perfectly compliment trapeze. Once you pick-up the basics the instructors focus on the fun stuff like twists & somersaults. You can also really work up a sweat, great way to stay fit."
Gilbert Sparkes, Regular Trampoline Student

     

     
  Trapeze Conditioning (1 hour) Click for More Information

A full body workout class that targets the core muscles to help you get into those difficult poses and shapes for your aerial classes and flying trapeze. Runs every Thursday during the NSW School Term, Bookings required check the class scheduled for availability.

"If you’re like me and not into the gym thing, but would like to improve your trapeze skills, then conditioning is for you. Dips, Russian ladders, chin ups, burpees and birds nests are just some of the fun exercises that will help you achieve that weaponry body you deserve. This fun class is the best 60 minute workout I’ve experienced with maximum results. Trust me you’ll never get bored, only buff."
Nikki Malone, Regular Conditioning Student

     

     
     
  One-on-One Classes (1 hour) Click for More Information

If you prefer one on one instruction with our instructors this can be arranged for any Aerial Arts or Street Circus classes.

Scheduled via phone booking only to find your suitable instructor.

"1 on 1 classes are amazing! You learn so much so quickly because your Teacher tailors the class specifically to you AND they're great fun. Whether you're just starting out or want to take your skills to the next level, you'll love1 on 1 classes!."
Emily Scott, Regular 1-on-1 Student

     

     
For all our classes please check 'Class Schedule' tab for times and availability.