The human obsession with flight stems from a refusal to accept limitations and an intense desire to finally move out of gravity’s basement. Claim your own airspace with today’s Groupon for a flying-trapeze lesson to Trapeze Austin. Choose between the following options:
- For $23, you get a one-hour class for one (up to a $47 value).
- For $45, you get a two-hour class for one (up to a $90 value).<p>
The experienced trapeze instructors at Trapeze Austin coach neophyte fliers in the basics of trapeze, beginning with a ground lesson and then venturing skyward for an exhilarating fly through the air. The schedule of classes let acolytes stretch their wings five days a week, acquiring fundamental skills as they swing, safely harnessed, over a giant birdbath. During beginner-friendly lessons, students start on the ground and work their way up to the platforms, and in a two-hour class, pupils get the opportunity to be caught midair. Budding performers ages 6 and older should come garbed in active wear and must wear socks or have feet made of wool.
Trapeze Austin’s rates fluctuate throughout the week. Though Trapeze Austin sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Trapeze Texas has been teaching circus arts to students of all shapes, sizes, disabilities, limitations, ages, and backgrounds in Austin, Texas since 2009. Their team of instructors, culled from world-class circus performers active in the trapeze and aerial arts, know that the path to sky-high performing begins on the ground. That's why they guide beginners through an initial lesson from the comfort of reliable old terra firma. During lessons, instructors patiently demonstrate essential trapeze routines. After students have built up their confidence they can also chase gravity-defying big-top showmanship via exhilarating flying or bungee trapeze lessons. Students will always be attached to a safety belt or safety lines and harness. Lessons take place amidst spacious East Austin outdoor facilities, complete with the worlds only Double-Facing Flying Trapeze rig and two separate bungee trapeze rigs, a dying circus art not currently taught anywhere else in America.