From Beginners to Pros, whether you are an enthusiast of the circus arts or are looking to get in shape, there is a class for you. Our classes are open to all age groups 7 years old and up, including adults! Our knowledgeable instructors focus on appropriate level training in a welcoming and supportive environment where you can thrive and grow in a community that shares your passion.

Check out our class schedule and sign up today.

Class Schedule

Click on the class name in the calendar for individual class descriptions and prerequisites

Aerial Classes


Lyra, also known as aerial hoop and aerial ring, is a circular steel apparatus that is suspended from the ceiling. Performers can showcase aerial acrobatics on static, spinning, and swinging while creating unique shapes in and around its circle.


Trapeze has been a favorite among circus performances for many years. It’s a horizontal bar suspended by two ropes and can be static, swinging or spinning (when rigged to 1 point) also known as Dance Trapeze.


Pole dancing is not only an incredible way to express yourself but it is also a mainstream form of fitness. It combines both dance and acrobatics that men and women of all shapes, sizes, and ages have been practicing all over the world.

Flying Chinese Pole

Unlike a regular pole, chinese pole is typically silicone or powder coated and is rigged only on top to allow further dynamic movement such as swaying and orbiting. Performers also wear clothing and sometimes shoes in order to grip the pole.


Aerial Silks is a favorite among the aerial and circus community. Also known as aerial ribbon, fabric and tissue,it is a performance in which aerialists hang on pieces of fabric weaving in and out to create unique shapes and drops.

Aerial Hammock

Aerial Hammock, also known as sling, is similar to Silks but, instead of being hung as two pieces, it’s hung as a single piece of fabric that is folded to make a loop where you can suspend, wrap, and spiral your way in and out of various shapes and drops.
Aerial Hammock Arts - Classes in Texas

Aerial Cube

Aerial Cube is a unique apparatus that can be used on the ground or in the air. It is similar to Lyra and Trapeze and is typically big enough to hold multiple aerialists at a time in order to create symmetrical and asymmetrical shapes in and around the apparatus.

Circus Classes


This course is for anyone interested in fire and flow arts and learning standard fire safety. Here you can learn various skills from fire flow with different kinds of props to fire eating and breathing. This skill is typically offered through private lessons and workshops. Must be 18+ to participate.



Flexibility and stretching are key when working out. It helps with recovery and body alignment, which, in turn, helps prevent injury as you progress in your fitness and aerial journey. So whether you are looking to finally nail the splits or are working on being a contortionist, unlock your body’s flexibility with our stretch class. Open to all flexibility levels, this class is for EVERYONE!


Ever wonder how performers look effortless on stage? Well besides lots of practice, they also train and workout to keep their strength and stamina up. Open to all fitness levels, here you will build strength in your core, upper and lower body all while learning proper technique and body alignment in order to prevent injury. No prior experience is required. This class is for EVERYONE!


Looking for a place to start your fitness journey, or maybe you want to level up, then this is the class for you. Using the art of Pole, instructors will lead you through a workout designed to build strength in your core, upper and lower body. Each workout has modifiers to match any fitness level. No prior experience is required. This class is open to Everyone!

Open Studio & Open Pole

Open Studio and Open Pole is your time to practice and perfect what you are learning in class. This is not an instructor led class but rather your own time to work on material. Practice makes perfect and is one of the best ways to continue to progress.

**Dress Code**

You’ll want to wear fitted athletic attire that cover the armpits and backs of the knees such as yoga pants/leggings and a t-shirt. You can also wear a fitted tank top, socks and/or leg warmers.

Pole Classes: We recommend wearing short shorts, sports bra and/or fitted tank top. DO NOT WEAR ANY LOTIONS, OILS, LUBRICANTS ECT. This will cause you to not be able to grip onto the pole. You will also want to bring a rag and rubbing alcohol to keep you and your pole dry from sweat.

Flying Chinese Pole Classes: You will want to wear either thick leggings,jeggings, or skinny jeans you can move in, and a long sleeve form fitting top. You can go barefoot, wear ballet slippers or wrestling shoes.

Fire Classes: Please wear cotton safe clothing. An 80/20 blend is ok. Long sleeves are encouraged. You will also want to make sure to bring a hair tie to pull your hair back.

***Please NO clothing or jewelry with sharp metals or edges. Do Not wear any dangling jewelry that can snag or catch. Piercings MUST BE covered up or taken out. This protects both you and the equipment. Please make sure to wear clothing that completely covers your chest and genitalia. Please make sure that your hair is pulled back so that it is not covering your face. Please DO NOT bring glass of any kind into the studio.

**Please Read**

**Classes will begin on time. Please arrive on time for instructors to be able to check you in. If you are running late, please let your instructor know so they don’t mark you as a no show. There will be a late arrival warmup you will need to complete before joining the class. If you are going to be more than 10 minutes late, it is up to the instructor’s discretion to let you join the class.

Scroll to top