Did you see us at Party in the Park in Woking this year?!

Our students went on an aerial adventure at Woking’s annual family fun fest! We were honoured to be invited to strut our stuff in the summer sunshine… Celebrate Woking were amazing hosts and we can’t thank them enough for the opportunity. We were so proud watching our wonderful aerialists-in-training!

This was our students’ first foray into al fresco aerials, and we think it’s fair to say it was a huge hit. We’ve had so many messages of thanks, and it was lovely to see them all getting comfortable with showing off their skills in a fun and friendly environment.


“It was great fun and nice that friends and family could see. I was nervous initially getting on the trapeze in front of people but I LOVED it :-)” – Emily


Carly, pictured above, has been coming to our classes for six months. She was a complete beginner to aerials when she started with us, and her goal was to climb the silks before her 40th birthday. She turned 40 last month, and we think it’s fair to say she’s totally smashed that goal! Doesn’t she look incredible up there?!

If you’d like the chance to show off some skills in the sunshine in the future then why not come along and try out a class with us? Our aerial and circus studio is in Woking Leisure Centre, and anyone is welcome to join in!

Join us for a class

We have regular drop-in classes and workshops, and we’ve just released details of our autumn term courses. Spaces are filled on a first-come-first-served basis, so get yourself booked in before it’s too late!

If aerial arts isn’t really your thing then we also offer ground-based circus skill classes. You can learn to juggle, hula hoop, or handstand with us. If you’re looking to improve your flexibility then we also have some fun stretch classes!

For a more general overview of what we’ve got on offer for kids, teens and adults, click here.


If you saw us at Party in the Park this year then let us know what you thought by commenting below!


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