Fabio Pinna

Fabio started practicing cyr wheel as a circus artist in 2008, at a time where there were no teachers of this discipline, and technique was an exciting journey of self teaching, trial and error, injuries
and frustration.


Due to the very high demand for this innovative discipline he started teaching in 2011, and quickly discovered that his students wouldn't have had to deal with all the same troubles he did. He since developed a teaching method rooted in movement science, analytical thinking, and neuroscience, approaching the cyr wheel purely as a balancing apparatus (as opposed to an acrobatic one), to
speed up learning times and reduce injury rate as much as possible.


Since 2012 he teaches workshops and classes around Europe with his project Cyrtraining ( Before circus he was a breakdancer, a gymnast, a traceur (a practitioner of parkour), a practitioner of eastern martial arts, and generally an all around movement nerd.

Cyr Wheel & Partner Acro

Emiliano Ron

Emiliano Ron has devoted many years  various aerial techniques, choosing to specialize on rope.  With an academic background in Cinematography Arts (Editor and Director of Photography) and spending his adolescence mixing his passion for martial arts, punk rock, books and skateboarding, he decided to leave everything and become a circus artist.  Learning with great teachers and training alongside others he has become a living legend on the rope.  Currently he divides his profession as an artist and teacher; creating new movements and developing a particular eccentric and unique style.  A freak on the rope. Raw, wild, brutal and different
Emiliano Ron
The Rope Master


Mim Wheeler

Mim originally trained and worked as a contemporary dancer in Australia. After a break from dance she started aerial training in London, which led her to taking part in the Professional course at Gravity circus Centre. Mim now performs and teaches both in the UK and abroad. She has most recently been touring the show "Shipwrecks" by Citrus Arts around the England and Wales, and leading multiple workshops in Italy. Mim specialises in vertical apparatus

Aerial Silk

Kim Charnock

Kim is an experienced Circus and Physical Theatre Director and Performer, with a strong background in aerial and physical theatre performance and touring. 

​She is known for her strong dynamic technique and fluid originality on the most romantic of the aerial apparatus; silk. 

Kim has a passion for the creation of innovative new work, particularly experimenting with the combination of aerial movement and text, choreographing and directing extensively across the UK and for RoguePlay's touring work. Teaching masterclasses in aerial theatre far and wide Kim is a lover of narrative aerial theatre.

Silks Creation & Aerial Anatomy

Sainbold Janchivdorj (AKA Boldo)

Sainbold Janchivdorj is a world renowned straps artists currently teaching at the National Centre for Circus Arts in London. Over his teaching years he has mentored over 3500 students and has an impressive history of commercial and performance work. He has performed in circuses and circus companies across the globe including Zippos, the Take That Tour, Universal, ITV and Cirque Bijou.

Straps & Handstands

Liz Wickham

Liz is a diverse character with a passion for teaching. Having collected 3 degrees in Maths and physics, astrophysics (incidentally from Birmingham!) and circus arts (from the UKs national centre in London) Liz went on to cut her teeth in traditional circus with Ireland's Circus Gerbola. Since then, notably, she's worked on a one woman cloudswing show about women astronauts and developed her teaching skills for science GCSE, trampolining, gymnastics and of course aerial circus. She also drives lorries and fits out narrowboats.

Cloud Swing

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