Static Trapeze Classes

Our Static Trapeze courses are ideal for those who are new to aerial disciplines, with many of the techniques learned during Static Trapeze training being applicable to other aerial disciplines, such as Aerial Hoop. Additionally, Static Trapeze training can be a fantastic way of keeping fit, allowing you to get in a fully upper body workout whilst also increasing your core strength, and learning some dazzling new skills! 

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Instructor: Oliver Smith-Wellnitz / Tess Munro Pedreros / Ruby Gaskell / Alicia Blackledge
Level: All
Wednesday 6:30PM - 8:00PM
Max number of students: 8
Min number of students: 2

£24 — Single Class Drop-In
£76 — 4 Week Course

What is Static Trapeze?

The Static Trapeze apparatus consists of a short horizontal metal or wooden bar that is hung from either end with rope. Static Trapeze acts may be entirely from a single point or involve multiple points via swinging or flying. Able to be performed solo, double or as a group act, it is traditionally the final performance of a circus.



What to wear during Static Trapeze Classes

When it comes to our Static Trapeze courses we recommend that you wear comfy, stretchy clothing that won’t restrict your freedom of movement. Equally, close fitting items are ideal as baggy clothing can become tangled, creating a hazard for you and others in the group. When performing the backs of knees, elbows, wrists, backs and hips can be prone to bumps and bruises, so we advise wearing multiple layers along these areas, as well items such as leg warmers, leotards, long socks and gaiters. Additionally, long hair must be tied back, and all jewellery removed.