Handstands and Conditioning (Fall 2018)

The deadline has EXPIRED. No further requests can be considered.

Registration Deadline September 12

Dates: September 18 - December 4 

No Class 11/20

Time: Tuesday 6:30-8:00

(Strongly suggested to also register for Tumbling and Stretching 4:00-6:00)

Tuition: $300 (Limited financial aid available)

Location: High Mowing Circus Studio, in the Science Building on the High School Campus.

              335 Abbot Hill Rd, Wilton NH


Specifically for FGC Troupers who are interested in professional and pre-professional circus activities, such as applying to or attending Circus Smirkus and/or applying to circus colleges after High School. This would potentially include members from Blue Troupe, Green Troupe or pre-Troupe, and would not be age based, but would require a lot of motivation and focus. 


The emphasis of the class would be on Handstands and Conditioning as these are very important skills for aspiring professional and pre-professional circus artists, which in all honesty need more time than we are able to devote to them during regular FGC training hours, although of course we work on them there too. 


The class schedule is:

4:00-4:30 Warm up (Register separately)

4:30-5:30 Tumbling

5:30-6:00 Flexibility

6:00-6:30 Break for dinner

6:30-7:30 Handstands

7:30-8:00 Conditioning

Waivers: Parents/Guardians of participants will be required to sign Flying Gravity Circus waiver forms located here.




By email: info@flyinggravitycircus.org

By mail:

Flying Gravity Circus

P.O. Box 1207

Wilton, NH 03086

By phone:

(413) 313-1778

(Artistic Director Jon Roitman)

GPS intructions:


Enter 353 Abbot Hill Rd, Wilton NH to accurately arrive at the High Mowing School campus.

If we're outdoors, you can't miss us: we're right on the central green.

The indoor Circus Studio is located on the second floor of the Science Building. 




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Flying Gravity Circus is supported in part by a grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts & the National Endowment for the Arts.