Mastering the flying trapeze can pay off when faced with challenges such as performing the uneven bars portion of a job interview. Swing to success with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $24 for two 90-minute introductory or intermediate circus-arts classes for one (up to a $70.63 value)
- $39 for two 90-minute introductory or intermediate circus-arts classes for two (up to a $141.26 value)
After warming up, classes for adults or kids split into groups to work on various skills. Experienced circus performers might teach them how to soar on the trapeze, bounce atop trampolines, or walk across a tightrope. The exhilarating feats also exercise and condition the entire body. Adult classes are scheduled on Wednesdays from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Wonderful World of Circus
Clowns juggle balls, trained poodles assemble into a line, and aerial gymnasts soar on the trapeze—and that’s all before the bride cuts the cake. Wonderful World of Circus’s artists unfurl high-flying spectacles at weddings, as well as at birthday parties and corporate events. From acrobats to tightrope walkers, their local and international performers showcase feats of derring-do at both private events and shows for the public, which combine acrobatics and dance to tell stories.
Extending a hand through the fourth wall, Wonderful World of Circus brings kids and adults into the circus to learn these skills for themselves. Trapeze bars, silks, and rings hang down from the training centre's walls. Here, colourful mats and padded floors cushion students as professional circus performers guide them through moves like flipping through the air. Back on the ground, instructors teach other skills such as break dancing and juggling. Aside from its standard classes, Wonderful World of Circus also hosts birthday parties, children's camps, and school field trips.
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