Adult Open Level Trapeze – Beginner

Day: Mondays
Available Date(s): 02/25/19 – 04/01/19
New Series Starting Soon!: 04/08/19 – 05/13/19 Registration is Open!
Please Note: To register you need to go to and create an account or log in to your existing account. You can also click the “Registration is open” link above to be taken directly to the page for this class. Registering for Series Classes is not available on the app.

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Time: 7:45 pm – 9:00 pm

Room: Circus Room

Instructor: Ulia O’Hara

Ages: 12+

Price: $30 drop-in, $162 for 6-week session

Semester pricing also available. For more info on Semester pricing visit our Pricing Page 

This class will cover the basics of hanging, dangling and floating on a static trapeze. Build strength while having fun; release tension and find length and space in the spine, shoulders and neck. Improve overall endurance and flexibility, learn play and practice structures incorporating basic low-flying trapeze vocabulary, and increase your knowledge and skill w/ new hangs and aerial maneuvers. Skills progression builds on vocabulary to include spinning and swinging, as well as improvisation.

In this beginner class, you will learn essential body positioning and technique, as well as basic skills such as knee and ankle hangs, pullovers and much more. You’ll be hanging upside down by the end of your first class!

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Sign up for the 02/25/19 – 04/01/19 session HERE

Sign up for the 04/08/19 – 05/13/19 session HERE


**Note: These series’ are generally 18 + Teen classes are also available,  however, if you are 12+  and this series fits your schedule best, you are welcome to enroll.**

Missed classes may be made up in another silks class, any drop in class, or open gym. Make-ups must be used during the current session as they do expire at the end of the series and will not roll over to the next one.

To drop in, please email to ensure the class is not at capacity. Please note that drop-ins are typically not allowed after the second week of a series for beginner level students.


What should I wear?

Leotards, unitards, tights, and/or other tight-fitting clothing, etc….Yoga pants work great, and you want a top that isn’t going to ride up over your head when you invert. You will want to cover the midsection and the backs of the knees. Please do not wear jewelry as it may snag or rip the silks. No shoes needed and remember your water bottle!’

Aerial and Circus Program Benefits

  • increases feelings of self-achievement and self-worth
  • a fun, creative and unique way to exercise
  • increases balance and coordination
  • helps develops problem-solving skills
  • boosts self-esteem
  • improves attention span and focus
  • teaches planning and strategy