Check the 'Where to buy' link above for a current list of stockists.
If you are having difficulty, get in touch and I will do my best to help you out.
Delivery times and methods depend on where you are in the world and from where you order the book.
Please remember that this is a print-on-demand book and each copy is printed when you make your order. Although the system is very efficient, it might take a few days longer to arrive compared to other books from online retailers.
If you bought the book directly from this site, then please contact me so I can resolve your issue.
If you bought it from another online retailer or directly from your trapeze school, you will have to contact them.
No. You will find explanations of many different tricks, diagrams of various equipment setups and discussions of technique to inspire you, but it is not a 'teach-yourself' manual. You should always get a professional trapeze instructor to teach you new skills; they will have the experience and expertise to adapt your training to your ability level and keep you safe.
No. However, the book should still be useful to you if you don't speak English. The vast majority of the content is diagrams which should be understandable even if you can't read the explanatory text.
Of course. I offer wholesale prices and volume discounts to schools who become resellers. Please contact me to discuss.
As with all the content on flying-trapeze.com, we welcome any comments or suggestions that can make the book even better. Contact me using the link above and I'll make sure you receive the appropriate credit for your comment in the next edition.
Yes! Get in touch with me here. I will get it added to flying-trapeze.com immediately and it will make it into the book for the next edition.
Everyone has their own style of flying, and many tricks can look very different when performed by two different people. I have tried to make sure the diagrams in this book capture the principles of each trick, even if this has meant sticking to one particular style which may not be your own.
There is no standard naming convention for flying trapeze tricks, and trick names vary by school. In this book I have tried to use a consistent naming convention based on what I consider to be the most common trick names. However, you will probably find that at least some of them differ from the names you are used to. On the website you will find that some tricks have a list of alternative names, however this wasn't practical to include in the book.
Yes. Contact me and ask nicely.