Dance Cirque

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Dance Cirque

We are extremely excited to announce that next year we will be introducing a new and exciting program into our curriculum “Dance Cirque”. Developed by Linda Burger a 7th generation European circus artist it is a class that we know our kids will absolutely love. They get to climb, juggle and learn tricks in a safe environment. Our current teachers will be training hard over the January school holidays to learn how to teach the syllabus and we can’t wait to bring it to all our families.

Dance Cirque is for children over 5 years of age, great for boys and girls and you don’t need to be a dancer to enjoy it. It works on level cards so everyone progresses at their own pace. It not only involves an apparatus (silks, lyra, trapeze) but also a ground act (juggling and hula hooping). Great for cognitive development, strength and flexibility and mostly confidence.

And we haven’t forgotten our Pre-schoolers… we have something very special for them called

“Little Monkeys”.

Little Monkeys Circus Classes are super fun for pre-schoolers 2-5 years of age. Watch your little one gain confidence and learn new skills. Classes include interactive circuits, balance beams, silks, juggling, hula hoops and more all under the supervision of our fully qualified teachers.

We have introduced Dance Cirque to be paired with our Pulsate Acro classes to ensure that the children can tumble and have the flexibility & strength to complete their Circus training. As safety is our number one priority all Dance Cirque children will be required to pair their circus training with a Pulsate Acrobatic class. We have tailored our timetable to ensure you can have the choice of either a during the week acro class or have it all done in the one session on a Saturday. On a Saturday they will commence with an Acro class followed by Dance Cirque. Whilst hanging upside down and performing skills on the silks and Lyra, it is beneficial to the child to understand the movements on the floor before hanging upside down, it also allows them to progress quicker on the apparatus and through the levels.