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Learning circus builds confidence, increases physical awareness, and keeps you fit and challenged… all within a creative community like no other!

The weekly timetable has circus classes for all ages and abilities. Come run away with the Circus! A strong focus on aerial acrobatics, with beginner classes to introduce you to the fundamental techniques and then dedicated classes for each specialty aerial discipline including silks, lyra, trapeze, rope, and straps. We also offer flexibility, hand balance, ground acrobatics, “toss the girl”, creative development, physical fitness and the opportunity for youth members to join our youth performance company Te Māwhaiwhai. Whatever your goals, the team of passionate, highly skilled, professional tutors will help you reach them. Bookings essential.



For more info visit:

The Dust Palace


61E Hugo Johnston Drive


021 822 236

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