Trapeze takes a normal body exercising to the next level. Most importantly, it gives people a psychological trick that makes weight-loss much more effective. Read what happens in our brain when we are in the air and how it impacts our weight-loss motivation.
Today’s student spotlight introduces Liz, a new trapeze student and mother to two young children, who walked into her first Circus Glory class without the skills or strength to get on the trapeze. Furthermore, some extra weight added to the challenge. However, Liz didn’t use this as an excuse to give up. Quite the opposite, instead it motivated her to improve, which she did with remarkable results. In seven months, Liz has become stronger, lighter and very good at trapeze.
BBC London Radio has done a special evening programme for World Mental Health Day (10.10. 2018) and shortlisted trapeze and aerial fitness as one of the top 10 activities to boost mental health. Our Circus Glory’s owner and teacher, Genevieve Monastesse, has been invited to speak on the show on Wednesday night. Here is all you need to know!
Over the years, we had many students who joined our Trapeze School in Primrose Hill to become healthier, fitted and fulfilled or to train as a professional trapeze performers. It is easy to see that some students make more progress than others and to help you make the most of your classes, we wanted to share our top tips!