Lifestyle Trapeze School New York planning to open at Coney Island on Friday This is what it's like to go spinning through the air with Trapeze School New York. Photo Credit: Trapeze School New York By CRISTIAN SALAZAR Updated June 30, 2015 12:02 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Coney Island is about to get a whole lot more circus-like with one of the city's top trapeze and aerial arts schools. Trapeze School New York plans to open a new outdoor location at Stillwell Avenue and Wonder Wheel Way on Friday, bringing acrobatic thrills to the "people's playground." The school will be offering two-hour classes to beginner students for groups of up to 10 people. Each class has three instructors. Perhaps best of all, Coney Island's crowds will be able to gape from the sidelines. "It's amazing to watch," said Anne Brown, co-founder and president of the school. "The crowd gets very enthusiastic rooting for these people overcoming their fears of this activity." Classes will be offered seven days a week through the end of September. The trapeze school will be across the street from the Smorgasburg food market and the outdoor street art show known as Coney Art Walls. Thor Equities is working with Biederman Redevelopment Ventures to present all three. Lizzmonade, a gourmet lemonade stand, will be opening up a location near the trapeze school. Trapeze School New York also runs classes at Pier 40 at Hudson River Park By CRISTIAN SALAZAR Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic New 'people-powered' ride debuts at Coney IslandNew thrills await in Brooklyn. Wild, wacky photos from the Coney Island Mermaid ParadeA look at the 2015 Coney Island Mermaid Parade. Secrets of Coney Island: 'It's more than amusements'Coney Island is "the pressure valve of New York." Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.