We value youth circus because it is a hybrid of art and sport, and is comprised of a myriad of disciplines, from juggling to trapeze, acrobatics to balancing props. As a result, it not only includes people of varied skills and abilities, but it actually requires this diversity to be whole. When practicing circus arts, trust, coordination and communication skills are experientially developed and risk taking curiosities are played out in a safe and controlled environment. The non-competitive yet physical nature of the form makes it a unique and beneficial outlet for all ages. Our students are constantly learning new skills and improving on the ones they know, minute-by-minute and on a daily basis.

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Boulder, CO
February 2020 - May 2020

This four month circus program consists of a trial period of circus skills including trapeze, silks, lyra, invented apparatus, juggling, rola bola, globe, unicycle, stilting, partner acrobatics, tumbling/parkour, and prop manipulation. Students then choose specialty apparatus and props and being choreographing for the program production. This program consists of Shining Mountain Waldorf students only, grades 5th-8th.



Talkeetna, AK
May 2020 - June 2020

A three week summer camp held in the heart of Talkeetna, Alaska. This program is open to the public and teaches a multitude of skills from ground skills to aerial and finishes with a circus production. With 3 different levels of participation, Green Light Circus welcomes ages 5-18.