The Cirkör Course
Continuation course for children from 12 years
Get up on the stage!
The Cirkör Course suits those who want to train more often and get challenged more. You train twice a week with the same group of participants. In this course, we also focus a little extra on creativity. Together we explore the different expressions of contemporary circus and create a show every semester performed for family and friends.
You can focus on your favourite discipline, but we also train in other disciplines and work creatively by, for example, trying theatre exercises. We also spend a little more time on physical preparations, such as strength and flexibility, which are needed when you want to develop further in your discipline.
Age: from 12 years
Price: 3 679 SEK, including membership and administrative fee, for 12 sessions in Northern Europe's largest circus hall.
Botkyrka residents under 20 have a 600 SEK discount on our term courses in Alby.
Day and Time: varies based on age, check the term time table.
To take the Cirkör course, you must have a few semesters of training experience in a contemporary circus.
Not sure which course to take? Contact us, and we'll talk about it!
The bookings page is only available in Swedish.
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Absolutely fantastic in every way. Wonderful and fun-filled training that is adapted to the individual at the same time as the wine feeling is there.Participant from the Cirkör course
Thank you for giving me a place where I feel safe to unmask and be myself. This place feels like home.Participant from the Cirkör course
The course contains
Acrobatics is one of the cornerstones of circus and contains many different disciplines. However, when we refer to acrobatics in the courses, we usually mean doing somersaults, handstands and performing various tricks on the floor.
In partner acrobatics, two or more people collaborate in lifting, balancing, throwing and catching each other. We call those who lift "undermen" and those who are getting lifted "flyers".
Juggling can be throwing balls or clubs into the air and balancing feathers or sticks with plates on the body. Many jugglers call themselves object manipulators.
There are many different types of lines, ropes and wires you can walk on: high, low, tight or slack. Many use long poles to help maintain balance. Balancing on a rope is often combined with acrobatics and dance.
An aerial acrobat performs tricks using, for example, a trapeze, rope, ring or silks. The tricks can consist of swinging, balancing and moving between different poses.
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