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Acrobatics is a complete art that develops agility, flexibility, tone, and balance while respecting the body, support and joints. It contributes in particular to consolidating awareness of the body and space, reinforces concentration, stimulates emulation and self-transcendence, and channels energy.

Flexing and strengthening muscles builds a strong, flexible body that recovers better.


The technique taught of the "tonic release" inherited from Peking Opera favors aesthetics and fluidity of movement in order to preserve the body. This is accompanied by a breathing score that helps the body gain height and land more lightly.

Thus the future acrobat integrates from the beginning to manage his body and his energy to limit the impact on the ground on his body and to perpetuate his practice as an artist.

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This course aims to make the youngest aware of the circus profession through our interventions and projects with schools, town halls, the national scene, where children are introduced to the various aspects of the show.

We offer confirmed students professional training as an acrobat artist during which they will be presented with other variants and applications of this discipline through meetings and internships, and the implementation of the creation of shows and numbers during which they will be led to shape and  interpret a personal vision of today's multidisciplinary circus.

This training thus allows young adults nourished by an experience of the pre-professional scene   to integrate the European schools  (CNAC, ACADÉMIE FRATELLINI, DOCH.. .), whether they are destined for the arts of the ring, the stage or the street.

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Acrobatics becomes an art to be mastered in order to invest the other arts and the field of aesthetic research. Our work is divided between the demanding teaching of traditional techniques and creation for the contemporary stage and circus. 

This discipline makes it possible to diversify and to approach other circus practices such as aerial, Chinese pole, trampoline or vaulting on horseback, but also hip hop, capoeira, parkour, martial arts, waterfall, acrobatic surfing...

The trained student is versatile with a balanced, flexible and competent body.

This transdisciplinary art reinvents itself   in new hybrid writings by opening up to other languages:   dance, theater, le_cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_ theater  physics, performance...

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          _cc781905-5cde-3194 -bb3b-136bad5cf58d_   Graduated from the National Circus School Annie Fratellini in Paris in 1989 where he was a student of Geza Trager,  Alexandre RODOREDA is a professional acrobat artist who has  forged a stage technique nourished by his experiences  of creating shows, tours and events and training in other artistic disciplines. He was part of the first generation of French Capoeiristas (at Capoeira Paname 1989-2002, at Cabaret Pau Brazil, Paris, 1999-2001, and other galas). He became interested in contemporary dance with Catherine Diverrès and Bernardo Montet at the TCD de Paris, Peter Goss, Cie Roc in Lichen, and in theater with Véronique Nordey. 

He was notably, with Cie 111, co-author and performer of PLAN B, a mixed play directed by Phil Soltanoff, between new circus and contemporary theater on display since 2003 around the world, where acrobatics s emancipates in a return to origins, encompassing literal and metaphorical meaning, and reveals the strong creative and dramatic content of the body...


His life as an artist is inseparable from his desire to share his artistic discipline for the benefit of educational or humanitarian projects in the difficult suburbs of metropolises such as Paris or Rio where questions of danger, taking risk, but also the usefulness of art and its transmission, takes on a completely different perspective. 

​ He also taught courses for professionals in AFDAS training at Les Nouveaux Nez but also from 2000 to 2005 at the EAS, School of Chinese Performing Arts in Paris where he is the only European professor alongside the founding professors of the EACS from the Circus and Peking Opera. He thus inherited an acrobatic technique at the crossroads of traditional European and Asian techniques.

Based in Biarritz since 2006, he opened the EASAC   in 2007 and teaches acrobatics and circus arts to children and teenagers, adult amateurs   and professionals , in Biarritz and Hendaye. He is involved in various projects in the Basque Country.

He also trains young adults  pre-professionals   with whom he puts on shows and acts   to confront all facets of the profession.

DE Circus teacher

DMA Circus Arts

Peking Opera Technique 

Circus Acrobatics


EASAC Founder

EACS pro trainer

Speaker Via / La CASCADE / AFDAS / Capoeira Paname /

National scene / National Education

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