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Professional Training

Training options for the newly serious and the seasoned professional

Pro Training Point Rental

two aerialists are posing together on lyra

Training hours are generally M-F 9-6p

If you want to be considered for professional/independent training, you must fall into at least one of the following categories:

•Working circus artists who possess a high level of skill in at least one discipline - proof of skill level required

•Recent graduate of an approved professional track training program (ie NECCA, Aloft, Circadium) - reference from program coach may be required

For consideration, please send your CV, website, social media, and proof of performer's insurance to

Full Time Professional Training Program

Looking to become a professional circus artist? Apply for our 40 hour a week, pro training program. 

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one of the previous professional program students poses upside down in a split on lyra
one of the former JOLT students poses on rope, all wrapped up in a split

JOLT! intensive

​Our 6 week pre-professional circus program with multi-disciplinary classes and an end of program show.

Next Jolt is Summer 2024

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