Revolution offers aerial classes in static trapeze, fabric, and lyra.

Revolution offers aerial classes in static trapeze, fabric, and lyra. Class sizes are kept small and as with all Revolution programs instruction is tailored to the individual students in every class. Our program is based around aerial workshops but also includes open classes for drop-ins.

We offer multiple levels in each aerial discipline and students wishing to take classes above a beginner level must have a coach’s recommendation or come to a short test-in private class for placement. Revolution reserves the right to move students to higher or lower levels as deemed appropriate by our coaches.

Aerial workshops run for 5 week sessions and do not include a performance. Students who wish to perform in Revolution Trapeze student shows can discuss available opportunities with their coach. Workshops focusing on a specific skill set, i.e. fabric drops, or partner static trapeze, may also be offered periodically depending on demand. Workshop students are allowed one make-up per session provided they give Revolution 24 hours’ notice of the intended absence.

Open aerial classes will be scheduled between workshops to allow those students unable to commit to the 5 week program the chance to explore aerial circus. As with workshops, students must test-in to higher level classes. Open classes can also be used for personal or weather related make-ups for workshop students. See our cancellation policy for full details.

Test-in private sessions are 20 minutes, cost $20 and can be scheduled by contacting our office. Coach recommendations can be from Revolution coaches or emailed to Revolution from coaches at other aerial schools.

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