- We had some friends visiting. . .we were all over 65. Initially, everyone was concerned with how well they would do, what they would look like and if they were up to the exercises. The instructor was soft spoken, patient and helpful in assisting us through the exercises. Proving again that all things are possible with the right attitude.- Steve Sayer, "over 65"
- "I found aerial work to be fundamental in reshaping my relationship between mind and body. When you have a physical disease I think it is common for people to start viewing their own bodies as something of a let-down. When I started aerial I didn't have the strength to do a push up, but found it inspiring much more so than rote weight training at the gym! I know it is not for everyone, but for me, aerial work helped me to start viewing my body as a good friend again and as something to be proud of for what it can do and something that could make me feel good again after many years of being a problem."- Ellie W., cancer survivor
- The group had a blast. They're sore, exhausted, and excited about this new thing they just found out about, which is exactly what I had been hoping for. They were very impressed by everything they saw and by the coaches and by the art itself.. .they left a very positive lasting impression of circus.- High School group organizer