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Aerial Taster - Season School

beginner class


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Description

Come and get a taste of all things aerial. The trainer will be able to let you know if you should enrol into a General Aerials or Circus Essentials class. It's a challenge by choice, supportive environment. 


Please note:

This course is for Women, Trans and Non Binary people only.

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What you will learn
  • Body awareness & aerial safety
  • introduction to various aerial apparatus
What you will get
  • Expert tuition from an experienced teacher!

What to bring
  • Water Bottle
What to wear

comfortable clothing with no outside zips or jewellery

Appropriate for

This class is open to complete beginners. Class open to Women, trans and non binary genders.


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Vulcana Circus

Vendor since 2017

Here at Vulcana Women’s Circus, we run workshops for adults and kids and teens, and we develop community projects with all kinds of different communities, the focus always being on creativity and empowerment through circus. You can book us for gigs, workshops or hire our space at the Stores Studio, Brisbane Powerhouse.

Vulcana’s circus workshop and performance projects engage a broad range of community participants and work in partnership with arts and community organisations to create opportunities for cultural expression and community development. In a safe, playful space we encourage participants to be themselves with joy and push the boundaries of what is achievable as one or in a group.

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Refund & Cancellation Policy

http://www.vulcana.org.au/adultclasses/class-credits-and-cancellation-policy/

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Terms & Conditions

Kids and Teens

http://www.vulcana.org.au/vulcana-kids-teens-terms-conditions/

Adult 

http://www.vulcana.org.au/adultclasses/class-credits-and-cancellation-policy/

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Caitlyn

24 July 2018 • Aerial Taster - Season School

I loved the two day course. It was a fun and safe way to be introduced to circus!