On CircusBase we tag circus training studios with features to allow fellow circus people to easily find what they want. Features are different from categories.
Categories are the circus discipline or speciality they focus or teach in; Features are what services they provide.
Do they have walk-in classes so I can go drop in just for one session when I am in town for a week? or do they have short-term courses that I can participate in? Or I no longer need to go to classes any more but I do train on my own, do they have a rig I can hire? or an open session I can use the rig shared amongst people?
These are the questions we are hoping we can answer by tagging studios listed on CircusBase with the following features:
Drop-in classes are the most common one for hobbyists, you can sign up and walk-in to these classes whenever you want to, without any commitment.
A specific time and date that people can sign up to and train on their own in a shared space/rigs amongst others training on their own.
Short structural and progressive courses that students have to sign up to for a specific period or term, usually a number of weeks.
They have availability for people to hire an entire or a section of the training space to their own, not sharing with others.
One-off and non-regular workshops, usually taught by visiting teachers and coaches.
Classes, courses or workshops that specifically target children or teenagers.