Doubles Lyra

LYRA Doubles Special

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Circus is always more fun with a friend, so why not hang out in the air together! In our Duo Lyra short course you will learn to make beautiful mirrored shapes plus the fundamentals of basing, transitions and sequences! 

Suitable for those with at least two terms of aerials experience and of course our Lyra lovers too! 

Come along with your aerial partner (if possible).

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What you will learn
  • Duo Lyra Skills
What you will get
  • A range of duo tricks from nice shapes to strong duo tricks.

What to bring
  • an aerials partner if possible (it's ok to come on your own if you don't have one).
What to wear

comfortable active wear/long tights recommend

Appropriate for

Women, trans and non Binary People


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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08 October 2019 • Doubles Lyra

Tami did a fantastic job of pitching the class at the right level for all students – even though we had varying levels of experience. Personally, I've done lots of aerials but not much on lyra, so I was a little apprehensive. But Tami managed to break everything down so I could understand it, attempt it, and usually get close to achieving it in a safe and repeatable way…even if I didn't always "nail it". I'd definitely do this class again.