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REGISTRATION OPEN!!!

Quat Props Online Functional Juggling Teacher Training Seminar

The last online certification courses of 2022 will take place this Oct. 23 - Nov. 20. Available in both English or Spanish. 

Participants of this course should expect to gain a strong understanding of the sensory elements most responsible for stimulating the experience of juggling and how we can better apply them as a creative source of social, emotional, cognitive, or physical intervention. 

Dates/Fechas: 23/10, 31/10, 06/11, 13/11, 20/11 
Schedule/Horario: 

[EN] Sundays from 19:00-21:30 (CET) or 13:00-14:30 (EST)

[ES] Domingos de 15:00-17:00 (CET) or 9:00-10:30 (EST)

Pricing/Precios: €85 > Oct. 01 < €100 per person/ para persona 
Register/Inscripción:

[EN] Click Here

[ES] Click Aqui

or email quatprops@gmail.com 

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Functional Juggling:
A Book About Juggling (EN/ES)

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Certified Teacher Training (EN/ES)

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Functional Juggling:
Full Seminar Videos (EN)

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Private Consultations: 
Mentorship Programs (EN)

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Local Partners: 
Regional Training Services

Welcome to Quat Props, the community brainchild of global citizen and social circus practitioner, Craig Quat

(cv link here).

We represent a diverse group of educators, who are dedicated to the goal of enhancing the accessibility of circus arts activity for everyone!

We achieve this outcome through

  • Collaborative development of open source resource materials.

  • Designing of inclusive open source juggling equipment.

  • Delivery of Functional Juggling training seminars.

  • And, mentoring of an international community of regional team leaders.  

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