February 10, 2015

Flying Trapeze Philippines

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    Get a rush of adrenaline when you try the trapeze at Flying Trapeze Philippines, the first and only full-scale flying trapeze rig in the Philippines.

    Learn the basics of the craft, such as properly jumping off the 250-feet-high platform, hanging on the bar with your knees, and doing a blackflip while dismounting to the net. As you progress, you’ll be taught more advanced tricks along the way.

    The trapeze equipment and safety belts used by Flying Trapeze Philippines are manufactured in the US, designed by Jackie Tan, an engineer who has been producing commercial circus equipment for 20 years. There is a net to catch you when you fall, as well as trained coaches to guide you every bit of the way.

    One of the few full-scale rigs in Asia and located in Bonifacio Global City, the venue offers one-and-a-half-hour classes daily, even on weekends. There is a limit of 10 students of varying skill sets per class, making learning a lot more fun and personalized. Rates vary depending on the day you choose, but weekend and holiday rates run at P1,250 while weekday morning and noon rates run at P1,000. First-timers get a special rate, that’s 20-percent off on regular prices.

    Regardless of your reason for trying – be it a refreshing change from your usual exercise routine, the desire to try something new, or the inner circus enthusiast in you – you will surely have a fun time at Flying Trapeze Philippines. Not to mention, you’ll get those arms and upper body muscles toned, too.


    34th Street and 9th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City




    Tuesday to Thursday (3 PM to 8 PM)

    Friday (3 PM to 9 PM)

    Saturday (9 AM to 9 PM)

    Sunday (1 PM to 6 PM)




    Text By: Marian Jean Benetua

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