Collingwood  Circus School


Adult Aerial Beginner

The Circus Company and the Collingwood Circus School offers a gentle introduction to aerial arts for beginners only. Join us for a fun aerial adventure at whatever pace suits you best. This aerial class focuses on learning foundation skills on the aerial silks or aerial lyra, building core strength, and learning from the ground up. This class is “first time flyer friendly” which means that everyone is welcome to join and everyone is a beginner. It is the perfect way to build up your strength and flexibility while trying out aerial arts in comfortable environment.  


Adult Aerials

Learn the fundamentals of aerial silks or Lyra and have fun while doing it! Our Collingwood circus programs focus on your progressive development on your apparatus of choice while increasing your core strength and flexibility. Students participating in class will come from a wide variety of backgrounds from a beginner to an intermediate level. Students new to the activity will learn the fundamentals of the aerial arts, while intermediate students will continue to increase their skills, tricks and techniques.




Circus Youth

Learn the fundamentals of aerial silks and have fun while doing it! For ages 12-17,  Collingwood Circus School offers programs that focus on your progressive development on the aerial silks while increasing your core strength and flexibility. Students participating in class will come from a wide variety of backgrounds from a beginner to an intermediate level. Students new to the activity will learn the fundamentals of the aerial arts, while intermediate students will continue to increase their skills, tricks and techniques.

Circus Kids

Circus Kids 1- 60 minute program is designed for children ages 6-8 years.

Circus Kids 2- 60 minute program is designed for children ages 9-11 years.

Students of the Collingwood Circus School will have the opportunity to learn about the world of the aerial and circus arts in a safe and fun environment. The class will cover a variety of circus practices including; aerial silks, aerial lyra, aerial hammock, static trapeze, hand balancing tricks, body balancing, juggling, hula hoop, slack line and much more.  Classes are designed to develop students strength, coordination and flexibility while promoting a healthy active lifestyle.



Demo Team

If you can’t get enough of the circus arts, then this class is for you. Collingwood Circus School's Senior &  Junior Demo Team is designed for those looking for more of a challenge, who want to work in a competitive type of class with more challenging wraps, locks and climbs. This is a performing focused class. Conditioning and stretching is emphasized. You can expect more performance time during our student shows as well as potential community performances. Coach recommendation is required to join this class. Ask us about it!

Private Lessons

Private lessons are a great way to increase your skill level, strength and flexibility. Get one on one instruction on any or all apparatus of your choice. contact us to set up your class time that works for you!



Open Gym

Offered on a first come, first serve basis.


If you are a beginner or advanced aerialist, this is your opportunity to practice your skills. Open gym is for extra training time only. It is not set up to learn wild skills that are out of your current limits.  Please note that at Open Gym time, it is your responsibility to know your limits.  If you are not practicing “safe silks”, you will be asked to leave


Designed for Intermediate to Advanced level students

  • Ages 8-16

  • 4 hours of training a day.

  • Catered to intermediate and advanced ability levels.

  • Learn from professional instructors with over 11 years of coaching experience.

This workshop is a one-week intensive program allowing young people ages 8-16 to experience professional training in circus arts. Students will choose a major and minor in various disciplines and will focus on increasing strength and flexibility as well as developing a higher skill set. We designed this program for Intermediate to Advanced level students. Previous experience in circus arts required to join (if new to the studio please email

Participants must at least be at an intermediate level of their major. However, no experience is needed for their minor. This course can also cover choreography, character expression, sequencing, acro and partner acro.

Intensive Program


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The Circus Company specializes in teaching aerial silks, aerial lyra, aerial hammock, static trapeze, hula hoop, belly dance, slack line and partner acro balance.   Book your group with us and learn one or all of the above apparatuses!  We offer 1 hour, 1.5 hour and 2 hour lessons.  Our group booking minimum is 5 with a maximum capacity of 24.

*We can accommodate larger numbers upon request.

*Party room available for an additional $30/hr.


5 - 14 participants

$25 per person


5-14 participants

$35 per person


5 - 14 participants

$30 per person

Group Rates

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What does M.O.P. stand for?

The Modified O'Regan Protocol. The regimen was developed in the 1980s by Sean O'Regan, M.D., a pediatric kidney specialist at Sainte Justine hospital in Montreal, who sought to resolve his own son's bedwetting. The regimen was "modified" by Steve Hodges, M.D., a pediatric urologist at Wake Forest University. Dr. Hodges named the regimen after Dr. O'Regan, whom he considers a genius.

What exactly does M.O.P. involve?

M.O.P. is more of a process than a strict protocol and involves trial and error. The gist: •Phase 1: One enema per day for at least 30 days and until at least 7 days of dryness (day and night) •Phase 2: Taper to one enema every other day for at least another 30 days •Phase 3: Taper to two enemas per week for at least 30 days •Phase 4: Take a daily osmotic laxative throughout M.O.P. and for at least 6 months after The type of enema and laxative you choose depends on what works best for your child. Count on some experimentation to figure that out. The options are spelled out in The M.O.P. Book: Anthology Edition. Keep in mind that many children require more than 30 consecutive days of enemas to reach dryness. This is especially true for older children and for those who have daytime pee or poop accidents as well as bedwetting. Many families will need to shift to M.O.P.+, Double M.O.P., or Super M.O.P., more aggressive versions of the regimen.

Holy moly — that's a lot of enemas! Is that really necessary? Is that even safe?

Yes and yes. Accidents are caused by constipation: When poop piles up, the rectum stretches, pressing against and aggravating the bladder. Only when the rectum is fully cleaned out daily, and for months, can it shrink back to size and stop bothering the bladder. Daily enemas are required to achieve that complete clean-out. The M.O.P. Book: Anthology Edition discusses enema safety in great detail.

How can I be sure M.O.P. works?

You can read Dr. O'Regan's studies and my own. They are posted in full on our Research page. If the studies make your eyes glaze over, try these blog posts: New Study: Daily Enemas Resolve Pee Accidents Far Better Than Miralax •The Only Reliable Bedwetting Treatment Finally Gets Its Due The fascinating story of Dr. O'Regan's discovery and research is told in The M.O.P. Book. You can find a l ist of medical professionals on board with M.O.P. on our Find a Provider page. Don't be shocked if there isn't one in your town!

What if my doctor is not on board with M.O.P.?

It's helpful to have a doctor in your corner, but it's not necessary. Many doctors have no experience with enemas and are downright hostile to them, in which case we recommend printing out The Physician's Guide to M.O.P. and handing it to your medical provider. Most families who implement M.O.P. do so without their physician's support. Many of them join our private Facebook support group to get input ad reassurance from Dr. Hodges and other M.O.P. parents. Another option is to have a 30-minute, one-on-one Facetime, Skype, or phone consultation with Dr. Hodges.

What if there's no way my child will agree to enemas?

That's what most parents think! But you'd be surprised. Most kids are more bothered by accidents than they let on and are willing to give M.O.P. a try. Before long, enemas become routine. Many kids actually ask for their enema each day because they feel so much better. This blog post will help: 11 Ways to Ease Your Child's Fear of Enemas. Also, we highly recommend that all kids age 10 and under on M.O.P. read Bedwetting And Accidents Aren't Your Fault. Most kids think they are the only one having these issues. They find the books very reassuring, and parents report their kids are more likely to comply with treatment when they read the book.

PLEASE NOTE: We reserve the right to combine or cancel a class due to low enrolment.