Staying at home because of COVID-19?  That doesn't mean you need to lose your hard-gained strength and flexibility! 

 

Support your local artists and get a burst of stress-fighting endorphins we could all use right about now! 

Online classes

Bellydancing with Accalia

Accalia will be offering her regular Sunday classes live-streamed on skype.  
 

Questions? Please enquire directly at info@deeprootsstrongdance.com

GymKyds at Home!

Barb, Liz, and Peggy have been hard at work creating home videos to keep kids moving while at home. Check out their facebook page to see what they are up to.

Conditioning with Sam

Flexibility requires a lot of strength, and Sam has that in spades! Join her on live on her facebook page Mondays, Wed, Friday at 3:30 CST.

 

Want something different, more tailored to you, or more advanced?  We got that too!  Try a private lesson with one of PCA's teachers.

Private Lessons

Anastasiya 

Offering Backbending (contortion), Handbalancing , and Splits (leg flexibility)
 

Each session is an hour via Skype. For people with punch cards, it's going to be one and a half punch per class. Every class is 40$ payable via PayPal or Etransfer

Please enquire directly via instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anastasia_evsigneeva/ .

Virginia

Offering pole classes, floorwork, conditioning, flexibility via Skype or FaceTime. Options for 1 h or 30 minutes classes available! Classes fee is by donation payable via Etransfer

Please inquire directly to arrange a session via instagram @viappletown or via email viappletown@gmail.com

Anna 

Offering contortion/flexibility, handstands, dance/movement, or choreography (improving a current routine, or creating a new one) via Skype or Messenger

For people who have punch cards with her it's a punch and a half which equals to $30/hour.

 

She can be contacted through Facebook Anna Protsiou or Instagram: @annaprotsiou or email annaprotsiou@gmail.com
Price is $40/hour payable via transfer

Prairie Circus Arts acknowledges that we benefit from living and working on the lands of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. We recognize the harm that was and continues to be made, and are committed to ongoing work towards accountability and better listening.