A Christmas Carol: On Demand - Circus Events - CircusTalk
A Christmas Carol:... Caroline Calouche and Co.
Dec.19, 2020 - Dec.31, 2020
On December 19 at 1pm, donors will receive a private video link to view the show at home as many times as they like by December 31 at 8pm. With dance and circus flare, Charlotte Cirque & Dance Center’s A Christmas Carol is a modern take of the Charles Dickens beloved classic story about g...
A Singular They - Circus Events - CircusTalk
A Singular They New England Center for Circus Arts
Nov.28, 2020 - Open Run
Join us for a sharing of the first performance of the ground breaking solo show A Singular They, filmed at NECCA as the culmination of a Company in Residence program funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts and offered by NECCA. Toby MacNutt is a queer, non-binary trans, disabled artis...
Movement Missing Links - Circus Events - CircusTalk
Movement Missing Links Nicki Miller
Dec.01, 2020 - Dec.22, 2020
Movement Missing Links Class is an all level transformative full body movement practice of cultivating what science would call "increased movement variability" and what somatics might call "embodied sensitivity" and what my marketing might call "Stability and Mobility Missing Links." Class combines ...

Introduction to PLAY tools with Dr Dean Kriellaars expired Free

Posted by: CircusWorks
Posted on: Aug. 30, 2019
Category: Intensive/Workshop/Class
Type: In Person
Introduction to PLAY tools with Dr Dean Kriellaars - Circus Events - CircusTalk
We are excited to announce that Dr Dean Kriellaars has agreed to run a training session in the use of PLAY tools. This will be in addition to presenting at our conference, and can be booked independently, or alongside a conference ticket. Dean created PLAY tools as a way to measure Physical Literacy development. They have been essential in providing quantitive data which has formed the basis of Dean’s research work with Patrice Aubertin Dean and Patrice came to our conference in 2015 with ground breaking research on the benefits of practicing circus skills compared to normal PE. The results of their work have been used to promote circus in schools as an alternative or addition to sport. Once you have learned to use the PLAY tools you will be able to measure progress in the children and young people you work with, and generate your own research data. Here’s what the Canadian Physical Literacy website has to say about PLAY tools: “The Physical Literacy Assessment for Youth (PLAY) Tools are meant to improve our populations level of physical literacy. Directed at individuals aged seven and up, the PLAY Tools determine gaps in physical literacy development, and provide calls-to-action to help improve these areas. Physical literacy is a gateway to an active lifestyle from childhood through to adulthood, says PLAY creator Dr. Dean Kriellaars. These tools will help us understand the factors that can be modified to improve the overall activity level of Canadians, leading to healthier, disease-free lives. If we don’t measure it, it isn’t important. This will place physical literacy on an equal footing with literacy and numeracy.”
Date: Oct. 03, 2019
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Timezone: Greenwich Mean Time (Lisbon, London)
Online event URL:
Location: The Invisible Circus
Unit 15 Premier Business Park, Sussex Street, BS2 0RA
United Kingdom

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