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Best place to fly 

Cirque de Vol Studios

300 West Hargett Street, #40, Raleigh (919) 615-2484

It's the superpower most of us have always wanted; though no one will confuse you with a bird or a plane, you can still get airborne with a little patience and a lot of upper-body strength at Cirque de Vol. Classes exist for adults and kids, and the aerial ones include trapeze, silks, and lyra—that giant suspended hoop popular with circus performers. Soak in the health benefits of hanging upside down, including reduced stress and improved circulation, learn to dance sans floor, or activate your core strength while spinning and posing in a ring up in the air. You may be a little sore the next day, but no one said flying was easy.

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