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Winter Aerial Classes
We will be offering static aerial lessons over the winter. Static skills taught would (initially at least) be: static trapeze, silks (tissu), and rope (corde lisse) - you can look on youtube for examples, if you aren't sure what these are. They are all great fun in their own right, excellent for building core strength and stamina and are fabulous cross training for flying trapeze.
RETURNING IN APRIL 2020
We are close to the end of our season this yer. But we will be back for our third year with flying ttrapeze classes restarting on April
Search For a Permanent Home
We are looking for a permanent home. If you know of anywhere suitable - indoor or outdoor, please do let us know.
OUR CONSENT INFO
A public tram company in Melbourne, Australia, has a safety notice that states ‘more people hurt themselves on a tram than a trapeze’ which we have no reason to disbelieve.
That does not mean however that flying trapeze is risk free, minor injuries such as friction burns, bruises and sore muscles are common, and as you will be both working at height, and moving fast, more significant injuries are possible in spite of our best efforts, so we ask you to accept these risks, and follow these simple steps to help us ensure your safety.
Follow instructions as best as you can, let us know if there is anything you don't understand.
Tell us if you have any injuries or conditions that might have a bearing on your safety.
Do not walk under the safety net, take care on the ground to avoid cables and supports.
Use harnesses and lunge lines, and other equipment as directed
Remain vigilant and focused during other people's turns. Let us know if you see anything amiss
Don't wear clothing or jewelry that may get tangled in safety lines or the net.
With your cooperation we can help keep the Yarra trams safety statement accurate.