Term 3: July 12 – Sept 18

If you are keen to join an Aerial, Parkour or Circus Class with us next term, get in contact now.

We have spots in our Preschooler Classes – Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday mornings.

We have spots in our two Hula Hoop classes – One for over 60s and one for women – Mondays Mornings

We have spots in our Parkour Open Sessions – Teens and Adults – Saturdays 3.30 – 5.00pm.

And join the waiting list now for our other classes.

Contact Kirsty – 0435 462 749 or classes@castlemainecircus.com.au

Summer Holidays – Parkour and Aerial Classes

Looking for some great physical activity in January for adults and kids?

Castlemaine Circus is opening up the Goods Shed to classes in Parkour and Aerial Adults.

Parkour Classes:
Mondays Parkour 5-8 years: 9.30 – 10.30am
Mondays Parkour 9-12 years: 10.45 – 12.15pm
Monday Parkour Teens: 12.30 – 2.00pm

Plus, Tuesday 19 January – same times as above

Aerial Adults: Booked OUT
Wednesdays: 5.30 – 7.00pm
Fridays: 10.00 – 11.30am

Bookings OpenParkour
Bookings Closed – Aerial
Call Kirsty for more info: 0435 462 749

Circus Classes 2021

Castlemaine Circus 2021

Term One: Feb 1 – April 1

Enrolments are now open. 

Currently, many classes are full, but enrolments can change, so it’s best to request to go on the wait list. 

How to request a class now? 

Login as a new customer – accept policies – add students – find a class. 

Most classes are currently full and say ‘wait list’. To go on the list for next year:

– click on the class you want to enrol in (even if it says wait list)

– click yellow wait list button

– add to cart 

– complete transaction

You have now requested to be enrolled in this class for 2021. I will email you a receipt of acceptance.

You can request as many classes as you want for each student. 

This does not guarantee your spot in the class. First preference is to current students, then spots will become available to you. You will receive an email by the end of the year to complete the enrolment.

Please call if you would like to chat about classes.
Please note the Circus is closed: Dec 24 – 29, Jan 1-11.

Term 4 – Back Indoors

Restrictions have now eased and we can reopen our venue from Nov 2. Hooray!!

Castlemaine Circus will run a 7 week Term 4 program, Nov 2 – Dec 19.

For all those people currently enrolled in Circus, Parkour and Aerial classes, we have reserved your spot for starting Nov 2. For those people interested in joining a class, please send me an email or enrol online. Only a few spaces left.

Term 4 – Reopening Classes

Castlemaine Circus will reopen classes in the Goods Shed as soon as we reach the ‘Last Step’ of the Victorian Covid-19 Roadmap. There will be a few restrictions placed upon reopening, much like there was for Term 3. We are planning for a similar timetable to Term 3. We would run a shorter term taking us up to Xmas. We are currently looking at Nov 23 – Dec 19 (four weeks), but if it is earlier I’ll let you know. A fun and active way to end the year.

We are scoping out the possibility of running a Castlemaine Circus Outdoor Program for the first half of term 4. We would follow a similar timetable to our current one and include appropriate classes (eg Aerial may be trickier to do outdoors). We will keep you in touch about this possibility over the next couple of weeks.

For all those people currently enrolled in Circus, Parkour and Aerial classes, we have reserved your spot for when we reopen. For those people interested in joining a class, I will let you know when you can enrol. In the meantime, you can visit our website for info, videos and photos of our classes or send an email to discuss classes.

Nichola Hall – New Trainer

Nichola Hall has recently returned from South America after 8 years of work, travel and study.
She completed a Diploma in Circus Arts and Dance in Argentina and is a qualified yoga teacher, musician and photographer.
 
Nichola has been teaching circus, aerial and yoga in Canada, Argentina, Nicaragua and has been fusing together a unique mix of the various disciplines of dance, hola hoop, acrobatics and aerial in her teaching and performance. She has been developing her own movement language and unique teaching style focusing on connecting and experimenting more profoundly with the relationship between body, movement and element.
 
Nichola has worked with all ages from little kids to adults and has taught circus to various socio economic communities and within not for profit collectives. She has even worked on a project bringing together sailing and aerial dance.