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Over five action-packed days, you can learn a range of fun circus tricks and show them off in the show on the final day.
Learn skills including: tumbling, mini tramp, acro balance, juggling, hula hoops, clowning, aerials and more.
Each day begins with fun warm up games and a stretch followed by activities to develop your own impressive circus skills. During the circus workshops, you’ll get stronger and be amazed at what you can do on your own and in teamwork with your new friends.
The Spaghetti Circus trainers are passionate about teaching circus through fun, challenging games and activities.
Spaghetti Circus is based in Mullumbimby on the Far North Coast of NSW and is a leading Australian youth circus. Spaghetti hosts the National Circus Festival every second year and has been fostering creative development of physical performance skills for over 25 years. The founder of Spaghetti Circus, Leonie Mills OAM, leads this workshop and is one of the most inspiring circus trainers in the country.
Leonie Mills OAMAfter her beginnings as a champion competitive gymnast, Leonie channelled her energy and passion into creating the amazing Spaghetti Circus. Over the last 25 years, Leonie has whipped the Spaghetti family into developing their fabulous skills and performances. Leonie is an accomplished performer and choreographer, having performed all over Australia including at the National Circus, Woodford and Adelaide Fringe Festivals. Leonie is a highly skilled and experienced circus coach, specialising in the ridiculous.
Corie Hurry has travelled all around Australia and New Zealand as a circus performer since graduating from the National Institute of Circus Arts in Melbourne. As a trainer, Corie works hard to nurture and inspire kids to develop their creative, physical skills. Corie can teach you how to juggle, ride a unicycle, toss a diablo or balance on your hands - all with a smile on your face.
Students should bring comfortable clothes to train in (tracksuit pants or leggings a must for the aerial).