Benefits

Those who take part in circus activities can reasonably expect to increase their strength,
flexibility, and overall physical fitness; sharpen their gross and fine motor coordination; and,
develop the ability to "present and perform" circus arts.

1. Trampoline

Put a little bounce in your step! Trampoline classes offer unparalleled fun, all the while helping
students develop spatial orientation and body awareness. Whether you are an avid jumper or
have no trampoline experience, our highly trained instructors are able to meet your needs.
Come, jump with us and reach for the top!

2. Aerials

The focus of the class will be on strength building, balance, memory, coordination and flexibility;
this class includes a dynamic warm up that combine physical preparation. The activity on the silk
will focus on transitions, choreography, balances and drops. Hanging point is required to include
this activity in the program.

Silks
Aerial Silk, sometimes referred to as ribbon or tissue, is an exceptionally beautiful (and
contemporary) circus art that has recently begun capturing the interest of many! Suspended from
the ceiling by lengths of soft fabric, students experience the thrill of this profoundly exciting
performing art as they sequence through static and dynamic skills.

Trapeze
While a staple apparatus of the circus, in its own right, the Static Trapeze also instills in students a
skill set that is integral to Dance and Swinging Trapeze. Once students become adept at using
the Static Trapeze, they will progress to using the Aerial trapeze.

Aerial Hoop
The Aerial Hoop, also sometimes referred to as lyra or cerceaux, is a dynamic aerial apparatus
that makes use of combined strength, flexibility, and creative movement, while static or spinning.

3. Ground Acrobatics

This activity is the perfect Mix between recreation and challenge, incorporating a massive range
of fun acrobatic moves designed to stimulates and enthrall, build confidence, coordination,
strength and group cooperation, physical preparation includes warm ups, strength, flexibility and
coordination activities.

4. Kids Class

Circus fundamentals is an entry-level circus class focused on cultivating the strength, body
awareness, confidence, and personal style needed to unleash your child’s circus potential.
Students will explore trapeze, fabric, hand balancing, partner acrobatics, trampoline, capoeira
acrobatics and parkour. These classes work on building a strong foundation in technique and
artistry while encouraging creative expression.

5. Parkour

The activity of moving rapidly through an area in an urban environment, overpassing obstacles by
running, jumping, and climbing.

Parkour can help you build and improve your physical, emotional, and social fitness. Run, jump,
climb, crawl, swing and have fun.

6. Circus body expression

In this class they use language to imagine and recreate roles and experiences; they use their
body and senses imaginatively, responding to stimuli and performing skills and also they interact
with others in role – playing.

Working together as pairs, groups, and as individuals, students will increase self-awareness, and
build confidence, grace, and strength as they continue to cultivate their creative potential.

7. Stretching

Stretching is a form of exercise that involves controlled lengthening and shortening of various
muscles in your body.
It is frequently performed in association with more strenuous forms of exercise such as aerobics
or strength training.

With stretching the students improve range of motion in their joints, improve flexibility, relief of
stress related muscle tension and increase blood circulation.

8. Moms Fitness

This program is specially oriented to the moms that bring their kids to class.
Instead of sitting waiting, moms could reach their own physical personal goals attending this
class.
We have the best workouts to hit target areas like arms, legs and core.
Also there is a full body workout including strength, cardio and flexibility.

9. Bungee

Different types of skills will be explored throughout the Bungee classes.
It is a combination of conditioning routines utilizing body strength, core and lower body
exercises.
This class uses bungee cords or bands attached to you which main purpose is to increase core
conditioning and Lower body strength.

10. Wall fit

There are many variations of positions that can be performed in a vertical dance exercise while
hanging on a vertical wall; you can run on the wall, swing upside down, jump and much more.
It is a wonderful way to build trust and self-confidence.
The focus is core conditioning but you need a lot of strength and coordination.

11. Capoeira Acrobatics

Capoeira (pronounced cap-o-wai-ra) is an energy Brazilian martial art that combines self-defense
techniques, acrobatics, music and dance.
You will find many reasons why Capoeira is an excellent extra-curricular activity Capoeira teaches
self-control and never violence.
Kids will be very busy moving back and forth, ducking, dodging, spinning, and jumping.
Capoeira classes are much more fun and challenging
Every kid is around other children experiencing respect, discipline, confidence, and friendship.

12. Hand Stand

The art of hand Stand provide the students the opportunity to gain great strength and access the
discipline of precision training.
The student will learn how to achieve the right posture required holding stable handstand.
Students will learn several leg positions while balancing on their hands, heads or elbows.
Balancing canes will be the next level of achievement and will be introduced throughout the term

Dubai Circus school
Address: 14 29a St - Dubai
Phone: 055 483 4554
Website: dubaicircusschool.ae
Latitud - Longitud
25.118636,55.210412

Those who take part in circus activities can reasonably expect to increase their strength, flexibility, and overall physical fitness; sharpen their gross and fine motor coordination; and, develop the ability to "present and perform" circus arts.

Our non-competitive, performance-based circus classes offer school-aged children comprehensive education in many areas of physical development.

For example, learning to juggle sharpens eye-hand coordination; unicycle, acrobalance and tight-wire develop core-stability; swinging trapeze and the other aerial arts (aerial silk, static trapeze, aerial hoop) promote overall physical strength and flexibility; trampoline training refines kinesthetic awareness and spatial orientation. Circus arts are guaranteed to be some of the most fun and highly educational after-school activities,

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