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Cumbria Pole and Aerial Art re-opens with new look studios

Cumbria Pole and Aerial Art which has studios in Barrow and Carlisle is ‘back and better than before’.

Re-opening Monday 27th with new look studios and a wider range of classes, all COVID-19 secure.

The staff have been hard at work re-decorating the studios and undertaking training in becoming and maintaining a covid-19 secure venue. Keen to welcome new students as well as see old faces they’ve released a brand new timetable which offers 8 different types of class both at the studios and live online from the comfort of your own home.

Instructor Sharon Brown said: “The online lessons we have been running over lockdown have been a surprise hit so lots of them will continue.

“I’ve been teaching stretching and strengthening to people not just from Cumbria but across the North West and North Wales which I’ve really loved and am so happy it’s carrying on. But I also can’t wait to get back to our new improved studios. I mainly teach aerial silks and aerial sling, which is where you perform tricks on fabric that hangs down from the ceiling.

“You might have seen it at the circus or on the BBC 20 years ago between programmes! I’m sure you can imagine that’s been quite tricky to teach online!”

Studio manager Sarah Jones said: “The past few months has been a challenge but our staff and students have embraced that challenge head on and I couldn’t be prouder of them. We really are coming back even better than before, I cant wait.”