Frequent Flyers Productions, Inc.

Anyone Can Learn to Fly!

We offer classes for adults and kids ages 6 and up in Fabric, Low-Flying and Circus Trapeze, Aerial Fitness Circuit Training, Stilts, Hoop, Rope, Aerial Rep, Dance, Stretching, Kids Classes and More! If you do not find the class you are looking for, let us know and we will create it for you. All classes are held at our Aerial Dance Studio, 3022 E. Sterling Circle #150, Boulder, CO 80301

Registration and Class Information Downloads

To register for classes click here

Aerial Dance Studio Handbook
Class Descriptions and Details
Spring 2015 Session One Calendar

Winter Sampler Classes (Dec 15-19)

A great way to try out a new apparatus, brush up on vocab, or fly for the first time. To register for classes click here

Monday
2:15-3:45PM Open Gym
4-5:15PM Youth Mixed App 1/2 Sampler (8-11 yrs)
5:30-6:45PM Teen Mixed App 1/2 Sampler (12-17 yrs)

Tuesday
4:15-5:30PM Youth Mixed App 2/3 Sampler (8-11 yrs)
5:45-7:15PM Fabric Sampler
7:30-9PM Rope Sampler

Wednesday
5:45-7:15PM Static Trapeze Sampler
7:30-9PM Open Gym

Thursday
12-1:30PM Aerial Fitness and Stretching
4:15-5:30PM Teen Mixed App 2/3 Sampler (12-17 yrs)
5:45-7:15PM Hoop Sampler
7:30-9PM Low-Flying Trapeze Sampler

Friday
4-4:50PM Lil' Flyers Sampler (6-7 yrs)
5-6:30PM Aerial Dance Rep Sampler (14+ yrs or teacher approval)

* All classes held at the Frequent Flyers Aerial Dance Studio, 3022 E. Sterling Circle #150, Boulder, CO 80301 *

Holiday Open Gyms

Keep up your training over the holiday season. If you are a recent FF Student you can attend these special Open Gyms over the holidays.

Mon. Dec 22: 6-7:30 pm
Mon. Dec 29: 6-7:30 pm
Sat. Jan 3: 3-4:30 pm

Spring Session 1 (Jan 5 - Feb 15)

To register for classes click here

Monday
2:15-3:45PM Open Gym
4-5:15PM Youth Mixed App 1/2 (8-11 yrs)
5:30-6:45PM Teen Mixed App1/2 (12-17 yrs)

Tuesday
4:15-5:30PM Youth Mixed App 2/3 (8-11 yrs)
5:45-7:15PM Fabric 3/4
7:30-9PM Fabric 1/2

Wednesday
3:45-5PM Elementary School Stud Co (Audition Required)
5-6:15PM Middle School Stud Co (Audition Required)
6:15-7:30PM High School Stud Co (Audition Required)
7:30-8:45PM Adult Stud Co (Audition Required)

Thursday
12-1:30PM Aerial Fitness and Stretching
4:15-5:30PM Teen Mixed App 2/3 (12-17 yrs)
5:45-7:15PM Static Trap 3/4
7:30-9PM Static Trap 1/2

Friday
4-4:50PM Lil' Flyers (6-7 yrs)
5-6:30PM Aerial Dance Rep (14+ yrs or teacher approval)
6:30-8PM Teen High Flyers

Saturday
10-11:30AM Fabric 1/2
11:45AM-1:15PM Low Flying Trap 1/2
1:30-3PM Stilts
3-4:30PM Open Gym

Sunday
10-11:30AM Low Flying Trap 2/3/4
11:45AM-1:15PM Hoop 2/3/4
1:30-3PM Rope 2/3/4

* All classes held at the Frequent Flyers Aerial Dance Studio, 3022 E. Sterling Circle #150, Boulder, CO 80301 *

Special Rope & Harness Workshops with Gisela Bostjancic

Beginner Rope and Harness Workshop - Saturday, Dec 20, 1-3pm
Intermediate Rope and Harness Workshop - Sunday, Dec 21, 1-3pm

Gisela Bostjancic was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is an Aerial Dancer and Physical Performer.
In 2003, she began taking aerial dance classes with Cristina Tziouras and Leonardo Haedo at the Brenda Angiel's School of Aerial Dance. It was there that she discovered her passion for dance and air. Since then, she has taken classes in various circus disciplines (trapeze, fabric, hoop/lyra, trampoline, chinese pole), as well as contemporary dance. She's also training as a physical performer with Gilda Tesone.
Gisela has taught aerial dance with harness since 2006, and she has been part of the teaching staff at "Espacio Hache" in Buenos Aires since 2009. In 2013 she participated as choreographer and performer in "Machitun en la Cava", a project that focuses on social integration through the arts.
That same year, she co-founded "Proyecto Vicuna", where she currently serves as co-director, choreographer, instructor and performer.
In August 2014, she recived the Glenn P. Davis scholarship for emerging choreographers, allowing her to participate in the 16th Annual International Aerial Dance Festival, organized by Frequent Flyers.
Gisela currently resides in Boulder, Colorado, where she takes contemporary dance classes with Katie Elliott and is part of the Frequent Flyers Student Company.

Click here to see Gisela's Website

These workshops are aimed at anyone who wants to experience dancing with a harness.
Each workshop is two hours, organized in three stages:
. First a warm-up, to prepare the mind and body.
. Then a second stage in the air, where different sequences will be developed with the basic movements, using the harness and a static rope (we work with movements beneath the rope, on a pendulum and in circles).
. And finally, a third stage to stretch and exchange feelings and experiences.

To register click here

Student Company and High Flyers

Student Company is a performance group of Frequent Flyers students from youth through adult. You must audition each session to join Student Company

Spring 2015 Student Company Auditions: Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Elementary 3:45-5pm
Middle 5pm-6:15pm
High 6:15-7:30pm
Adult 7:30-8:45pm
There is a mandatory parent/informational meeting the first 15 minutes of the audition.

Please contact Jessie Loisel (jessie@frequentflyers.org) to register and pay the $25 audition fee.

High Flyers is a program for enthusiastic teens, ages 12 to 17, who want to grow as aerialists, dancers, performers and team members with the intention of becoming professionally prepared. This program is designed to hone an artist's individual talents and prepare them for a professional career in aerial dance.

High Flyers Fall 2014 Information Sheet

Professional Training Program Information

Frequent Flyers® is the FIRST aerial dance school approved and regulated by the Colorado Department of Higher Education, Private Occupational School Board.
Frequent Flyers offers an aerial dance professional program with a performance track and a teaching track. For more information please see the documents below.

Audition and Acceptance Dates:
Audition and Acceptance Dates for 2014-2015 has already passed. If you have questions about the 2015-2016 session you can contact Valerie Morris, Education Program Manager, valerie@frequentflyers.org, 303-245-8272

Download Professional Program Description
Download Professional Program Course Descriptions
Download Professional Program Audition Requirements
Download Professional Program Application

Approved and Regulated by the Colorado Department of Higher Education, Private Occupational School Board

Want to get your MFA and continue your aerial training? University of Colorado Boulder's MFA program now has an aerial dance track!

FFP Parents' Group

Interested in car pooling, acting as an advisory group to FFP, volunteering at performances, fundraising efforts and other initiative to support FFP and its students? Read more about FFP's Parents' Group here.

Need aerial clothing? Check out Boulder Body Wear in town, or Discount Dance Supply

Inclement Weather

Frequent Flyers follows the Boulder Valley School District cancellation policy. If your class is going to be cancelled, we will notify you via email.

Community Outreach

We're not only pioneering this incredible art form, we're serving the community with our outreach programs. In addition to free or low-cost discussion-demonstrations for school kids, we have two classes specifically geared to youth in our community.

"It truly was one of the most inspiring activities that we have ever done as an agency. The smiles on the faces of our often depressed, angry, and struggling children alone was an incredible gift." —Counselor,
Alternative Homes for Youth


Kids Who Fly

Kids Who Fly builds healthy risk-taking behaviors, works constructively on self-esteem issues, and helps youth experience the unique joy of artistic expression through attending low-lying trapeze classes designed specifically for youth-at-risk. Since the program's inception, we have served over 950 youth in our community.

Aerial Sci-Arts: Experiencing Physics with the Low-Flying Trapeze

This class is for high school physics and math students, and their teachers, for a hands-on experience with low-flying trapezes to explore the physics, geometry, and mathematical principles inherent in the trapeze. Proven to stimulate understanding and excitement in students.