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OUR CLASSES

Flying Trapeze

Flying Trapeze

Anyone can give it a try and learn to fly! Whether you want to overcome your fear of heights, improve your physical fitness, develop your agility or simply try something new, the flying trapeze is for you!

You will progress at your own pace thanks to a personalized coaching approach based on your strengths and objectives. We will teach you a progression of positions, and when you're ready you can even attempt a catch. 

We also offer advanced classes for those who have progressed beyond a swing with a force out and are flying and catching out of lines.

We are the only circus school in the greater Montreal area that offers the safety and comfort of flying trapeze over a net.

We recommend comfortable and fitted clothing that allows a full range of motion. Pants, tights or leggings that cover the backs of the knees are preferred.

Trapeze

We offer static trapeze, dance trapeze, and duo trapeze through a mix or regular classes and special workshops.

 

Static trapeze allows you to explore the beauty and artistry of the trapeze bar while staying in place and close to the ground! Working on a mix of seated, standing, balancing, or hanging poses and transitions, students can then progress to more dynamic swings and inversions. 

Static trapeze is generally fixed to two points, whereas dance trapeze is hung from a single point and can therefore spin.  Duo trapeze is performed with two partners: a flyer and a base, and uses a static trapeze. Partners can perform a variety of synchronized poses and sequences, progressing from static to dynamic.

Dance Trapeze
pole fitness

Pole Fitness

Pole fitness classes, an increasingly recognized and popular sport, will help you develop your self-confidence, while gaining strength and flexibility. These classes incorporate elements of dance and acrobatics and will move you through a series of poses, pirouettes, inversions, climbs and transitions.

 

You can progress at your own pace through the different levels of classes offered: initiation, beginner, basic inversions, intermediate and advanced. Three types of classes are also available: fitness (sporty), exotic (sexy) and artistic. There's a style for everyone!

 

Since clothes slide on the pole and it adheres better to the skin, wearing shorts that do not cover the legs is recommended.

Aerial Silks

Aerial silks are two long pieces of soft and stretchy fabric that hang from a single point. Anyone can try, as we have beginner, intermediate and advanced level classes. First timers will learn the basics of silks, progressing through climbs, wraps, hangs, and various other positions.  Our coaches offer personalized coaching to help students progress at their own pace. Once you know the basics, it's time to learn more advanced postions, inversions, and work on drops or dynamic skills.  Sharpen your skills while you work from a 30' clear ceiling.

 

Although the professionals make this discipline look graceful and easy, silks is one of the most difficult circus apparatuses and will push your cardio, strenth and flexibility to new heights - literally!

 

We recommend comfortable and fitted clothing that allows a full range of motion. For more advanced students, longer sleeves that reach the elbows are preferred.

Tissus
hamac

Aerial Hamac

Aerial hamac is made  of a soft and stretchy fabric that hangs from a single point. It is an excellent starting point for those who want to progress to aerial silks but need to build do not yet have the required strength and aerial awareness. First timers will learn the basics of silks, progressing through climbs, wraps, hangs, and various other positions.  Our coaches offer personalized coaching to help students progress at their own pace. Once you know the basics, it's time to learn more advanced postions, inversions, and work on drops or dynamic skills. 

This circus art will help you work on your strength, endurance and flexibility!

 

We recommend comfortable and fitted clothing that allows a full range of motion.

Lyra / Hoop

The lyra, more commonly known as the hoop, consists of a suspended metal circle on which a variety of movements are practiced. This discipline will develop your muscular strength, balance, control, flexibility and elegance in the air. Each student will be able to progress at their own pace thanks to an individualized coaching program adapted to their level. Each course will be structured around the students' previously acquired skills, while aiming to achieve new challenges.

Wearing tight-fitting, comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely is recommended. Legging-type pants, which cover the back of the knees, are strongly suggested.

lyra / hoop
Straps

Straps

Aerial straps are a nylon or cotton apparatus that looks like two ribbons suspended from one point. Students and acrobats wrap their wrists and hands in the loops on the strap ends, then performs lifts, twists, swings and inversions all requiring a high level of strength and conditioning.

 

Classes focus mainly on building strength and conditioning, while moving through a progression of positions, transitions and inversions.

Handstands

Discover the world upside down! Hand balancing is a very refined circus art, requiring a fine balance between technique and strength. Students learn how to hold a handstand against a wall, then free standing, using proper technique to maximize balance. With spotting at first, and eventually alone, students can learn various handstand shapes, movements, presses, one-armed handstands and more.

 

We recommend comfortable and fitted clothing that allows a full range of motion.

corde / rope
Weight Training

Straps

Aerial straps are a nylon or cotton apparatus that looks like two ribbons suspended from one point. Students and acrobats wrap their wrists and hands in the loops on the strap ends, then performs lifts, twists, swings and inversions all requiring a high level of strength and conditioning.

 

Classes focus mainly on building strength and conditioning, while moving through a progression of positions, transitions and inversions.

Handstands

Discover the world upside down! Hand balancing is a very refined circus art, requiring a fine balance between technique and strength. Students learn how to hold a handstand against a wall, then free standing, using proper technique to maximize balance. With spotting at first, and eventually alone, students can learn various handstand shapes, movements, presses, one-armed handstands and more.

 

We recommend comfortable and fitted clothing that allows a full range of motion.

Handstands
acro danse

Dance

Move your hips to the rhythm of this fun and lively dance style!

This course will teach you basic techniques, while encouraging you to express yourself through your own style. Come develop your personal expression, your physical potential and your joy of dancing.

This is a great class to take in combination with aerial arts classes as it encourages students to let their inner artist and dancer shine, while demonstrating how dance techniques can be applied to aerial routines.

You can register with or without a dance partner. Wearing tight-fitting, comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely is recommended.

Flexibily

Come stretch after a long day at work, or after your aerial workout. Our classes focus on classic yoga techniques and teachings, with an emphasis on developing the strength and flexibility needed for aerial arts and circus performance.

 

These classes are aimed at students of all levels and are adapted to each person's experience, strength and flexibility.

Wearing tight-fitting, comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely is recommended.

Flexibility
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