Fly With Me

A young brown man is sitting on an aerial hoop. A young white woman hangs on to the side of the hoop. They both appear to be having the time of their lives.

Want to learn circus?

One of my favourite things about circus arts is sharing my love of it with others! If you want to take a circus class with me you can find me in Toronto, hire me for a workshop, or take online private lessons with me. You can learn more about my coaching philosophy and journey here. If you’re looking for sliding scale class options or a community circus scholarship you can find the information on those below. See you in class!

A young child is suspended upside down in a straddle on purple aerial silks. Below her are the words "Private Lessons; all ages and experince levels. Online and in-person. Silks, hammock, lyra, flexibility, handstands. Message me for pricing and availability."
Background photo by Jennifer Long

Online Classes

Online classes are offered on a sliding scale basis, with scholarship options available for those who need it (please get in touch). Tuition tiers for your individual class can be found next to the class date and time. The three tiers are as follows:

Tier 1: $12 per class for people that couldn’t otherwise afford this class.
Tier 2: $15 per class for folks that would have to consult their budget before registering.
Tier 3: $18 per class for those that are gainfully employed or can make this purchase without financial worry. 

Circus Classes in Toronto

Check back soon for in person classes.


Poster with white hands hanging off of purple aerial fabric. Text in image reads "Community Circus Scholarship. My goals are to: Reduce financial barriers with scholarships covering 25%-75% of class costs. Create spaces where people can access recreation and joy to bolster their resilience. Build a sustainale ongoing program bolstered by community support. We are strongest in community and connection."
Background photo by Jennifer Long

In line with my commitments to equity and financial accessibility, I make an effort to offer sliding scale options for my classes when possible. This ensures that more people are able to access circus arts within a range of financial circumstances.

When sliding scale options are not possible, or don’t meet the financial needs of circus students, I’ve created a community circus scholarship to help bridge the gap.

The community circus scholarship is supported by generous donations from circus artists, students, and community members. It would not be possible without the support of these donors. A special thanks to Emily Hughes for her ongoing consultation on the project.

As of December 2020, this program has been able to offer five full or partial scholarships to help make circus classes more affordable for kids and adults. We hope to offer more in the future!

Poster with white hands hanging off of purple aerial fabric. Text in image reads "Community Circus Scholarship. *looking for donors* Support me in my mission to create more inclusive circus spaces by offering class scholarships to folks that can't afford the full cost right now. We are strongest in community and connection."
Click here to donate to the scholarship program!