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Dave in the catch trap for a beautiful DC sunset

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Message from Jonathon
It is not a matter of figuring out whether you are good at something or not. it is a matter of noticing what brings you joy enough to commit to finding the people who will believe in you until you know the belief in yourself. If you feel judged, find the compassion to forgive the judger and move on to your next possible supporter.

Others do not verify your potential or lack there of. They either have vision or, they do not. The sentencing, be it good or bad, will ultimately be determined by you.

There is still time. Bring all the intention and will to flying that you did to learning how to walk and cherish those who will guide you.

Looking forward to seeing you in your element and applauding you in the sky.

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Tuesday, July 22
Classes are on!

This week's office hours:
Monday: 12pm-8 pm
Tuesday: 10am-9pm
Wednesday: 12pm-9:30pm
Thursday: 10am-9pm
Friday: 10am-8pm
Saturday: 8am-8pm
Sunday: 8am-8pm

Baseball season has started so parking is going to be tricky on game days. Make sure you arrive early enough on game days to find street parking to avoid the game day parking lot fees, or metro to avoid parking altogether!

On nice days any indoor or non-designated classes may be held outdoors. Make sure you come prepared with sun screen and water! And remember, with the weather getting warmer, socks are still required!

Sock it to ya!

Socks are a requirement to fly on the trapeze here at TSNY, but that doesn't mean your feet have to feel trapped and unfashionable in plain white stockings. Spice up those tootsies and jump on the bandwagon with ridiculous footwear! Bring your own or buy a pair, or two, here at the rig. Not sure what style to choose? In general, the rule of thumb is, the more outrageous the better. Make your instructors giggle with your choice of covering. Remember, don't separate the toes -- they get lonely when they're not squished together.

Sold Out Classes (Flying Trapeze)

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm  

Thursday, July 24, 2014

10:45 am - 12:45 pm   8:30 pm - 10:30 pm  

Friday, July 25, 2014

10:45 am - 12:45 pm   1:15 pm - 3:15 pm  

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Photo: Rich Riggins