Learn to Juggle is Back!!
Thanks to further funding from Active Sussex the Learn to Juggle Program has been expanded! We'll be running more online lessons and free kits are available to those living in the Devonshire and Langney areas of Eastbourne. See discount codes below!
If you live in Eastbourne, please select the Eastbourne version of this product to receive free shipping: https://sweetcircus.net/collections/isolation-survival-kits/products/eastbourne-learn-to-juggle-kit-with-free-shipping
What you get:
3 Juggling Balls
3 Juggling Scarves
1 Juggling Ring
(There is also a family version available)
Activity booklet: This will be emailed to you along with any updates. A printed version is also available if required.
details of our PWYC Learn to Juggle Zoom sessions and free Youtube tutorials will be emailed to you.
How does it work?
Once you place your order we will email you your activity booklet within 3 days and ask you for your address. Please do check your spam folders regularly as we often disappear in there! Please contact us as soon as possible if you require a printed version and we will print a copy to include with your kit.
We will retain your email address and send you information about online interactive sessions other resources (please set your spam filters to allow emails from firstname.lastname@example.org).
Why learn to juggle?
Learning to juggle might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you consider improving your overall health, however, the benefits reach far beyond having a good party trick.
In these unusual times it is important to remain active not only for our physical health but also for our mental health. When learning to juggle, or generally being active, hormones are released which reduce stress and promote positivity. When learning to juggle you engage both the right and left side of the brain, this is great exercise for the brain and will keep it engaged and alert throughout our Covid isolation. Juggling exercises and games are perfect for families, there are games and patterns you can do together as well as just help each other, thus continuing to develop teamwork, cooperation and remaining socially stimulated.