circus for kids
Our average classes have a ratio of one teacher to three or four students.
When students arrive, they warm up, divide into groups, and go to different stations. Students will learn tricks at their own pace on ground and aerial equipment.
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.
At an age appropriate level, children will learn a variety of the following activities:
- Low trapeze
- Spanish web (soft rope climbing with tricks)
- Balance boards
- Triple trapeze
- Hula hoping
- Buddy walkers
- Team walkers
- Mini trampoline
- Bouncy balls
- Bilateral coordination skills
- Muscle strength (including core muscles)
- Brain and body balancing
- Ability to overcome fears
- Communication with peers
- Balance and flexibility
- Focus and attention
- Social timing
The Circus Arts Fitness for Kids class is focuses only on the fitness aspect of circus arts. The Social Circus class adds a therapeutic element, which touches on topics such as cooperation, respect, and teamwork in addition to the fitness element. The Social Circus class is led by Carrie Heller, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Registered Play Therapist, and circus arts professionals.
Yes! We host a variety of special events, including birthday parties, group and private lessons, and corporate workshops. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details, or call us at 404-594-3000.
Unfortunately, to preserve the integrity of our equipment, we cannot allow food in the studio. For more information on nearby restaurants, click here.