Flying Trapeze Learn to fly fearlessly and soar through the air with the greatest of ease!

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Our premiere and most popular class! Learning to fly is more than a quick thrill, it is an opportunity to do more than you ever thought possible. Each and every one of our students receives individual instruction and guidance. Beginning in your first flying trapeze class, you will learn how to perform the same tricks you see at the circus and you may even perform a “catch” at the end of class!

Our classes are 2 hours in length and anyone from kids, ages 6 and above, to their grandparents can participate! Our friendly staff will help you take that first step off the platform, even if the height scares you.

We encourage students to dress in athletic clothing.  T-shirts or tank tops are recommended, and waists should be covered.  Yoga pants, runner’s tights, leggings, or compression pants are recommended for bottoms.  Sweat pants are okay as long as they are not extremely baggy.  It is best to wear pants that cover the back of your knees when you come to your first lesson. The first trick you will learn, the “knee hang”, can scrape up the back of unprotected knees if you wear shorts. Street pants, jeans, and khakis are discouraged.  It is also important to tie long hair in a ponytail, braid, or bun.  Please remove all jewelry including large hair clips as they can break.  For prescription glasses, we recommend wearing a head-strap or glass-strap.  Bring bottled water or sport drink.

$45 per person  
*please remember we have a 200 lb weight limit.*

Safety is our number one priority and we can prove it:

  • Our FULL SIZE flying trapeze rig has a big, soft, safety net and all of our students wear safety harnesses.
  • ALL of our equipment is inspected daily by our specially trained engineer.
  • EVERY staff member is CPR/First aid/AED certified.
  • ALL of our instructors are USAG (United Stated Gymnastics) Certified professionals.

So what are you waiting for?! Spaces are limited!

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I am not a daredevil. In fact, I’m afraid of heights. So, when my best friend surprised me by taking me to a flying trapeze class for my birthday, I was adamant that I wouldn’t be able to do it.
I was wrong.
The friendly staff made me feel super safe, worked with me until I felt comfortable reaching out for the bar, and when I took that first swing, I knew I had found my new passion.

-Rachel Allyson