circus arts fitness ®
Below are answers to the most common questions we get from day to day. If you have questions regarding Circus Arts Fitness that are not answered here, contact us for more information.
Our teacher to student ration is generally one teacher to three or four students, but may vary slightly.
When you arrive at class we’ll warm up, divide into groups, and go to different stations. You’ll learn tricks at your own pace on the ground or aerial equipment.
Please check with your physician before enrolling in classes if you are pregnant.
No, but you should be willing to do strength training outside of class to help facilitate the process.
Cardiovascular and strength training will help prepare your body for our challenging workout. We recommend consulting with a personal trainer.
What should my child wear to a Circus Arts Fitness class?
Stretchy, comfortable clothing that allows easy movement. A unitard, stretchy pants, or leggings with a leotard or a tight fitting shirt (one that won’t come up when you are upside down!) with sweatpants are appropriate. Please no buttons, sequins, Velcro or zippers. Shoes and socks will be removed for classes.
It is important that you DO NOT APPLY HAND OR BODY LOTION on the day of class, especially on the inside or your hands or on your feet or ankles. Lotion makes it difficult to grip and climb our equipment.
Unfortunately, to preserve the integrity of our equipment, we cannot allow food in the studio. For more information on nearby restaurants, click here.