Cyr Wheel
The Cyr wheel (also known as the roue Cyr, mono wheel, or simple wheel) is an acrobatic device popularized in the early 21st century. It consists of a single large, metal hoop and is similar in some ways to a German wheel, with the acrobat spinning inside the wheel while maneuvering around the stage.
The cyr wheel was popularized as a circus skill by numerous acrobats and circus artists during the 1990s and later by Daniel Cyr in 2003, who presented the first cyr wheel circus act at the 2003 Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain in Paris.

Classes in Cyr wheel are done as private lessons and so require a booking before hand, please call or mail us for inquiries.

The cost is ¥8000 for a private lesson.

Classes are only available in Japanese.