Marko has been teaching circus skill since 2005 and it's great fun! He runs the workshops in Schools, with Scouts & Girl Guides Groups, at Garden Fetes, Parties and various other events.
Circus Workshops are good exercise... and fun too! You can start at easy levels and build up, examples:
As scarves float slowly, they are an excellent way to introduce the juggling pattern to any age, and by learning one scarf tricks, even Nursery age children can experience the fun of catching
Learning to jugle is a brilliant way for pupils to improve their co-ordination and concentration. All pupils are challenged by juggling, as there is no limit to it's progression and it is a great way of teaching pupils how learning new skills is a simple matter of practice and building up, in stages.
Fun for all ages, a great cordination and balance challenge. As well as getting the plate spinning, you can jump the plate, balance it on your finger (or nose) & pass it to a partner.
Brilliant for years 3 to teenager... The excitement of throwing a diablo high into the air is irresistible.
A great way to develop balance and confidence.
The old classic, where adults can enjoy being kids again and kids can enjoy being the height of adults.
Beautiful to use and a great way for the pupils to express themselves plus this can link very well with dance and music