A unique stunt juggling show called Simon’s Tour of Positivity (STOP). View a demo here.
The show features juggling with knives, balls, pins, rings, diabolos and juggling stunts including ladders, wobble boards, wheelies, plate spinning, etc. STOP is also interspersed with a motivational message throughout the show.
People of all ages really enjoy watching juggling. Many compare watching STOP to a mini fireworks display – dynamic energy, bursts of colour and an element of surprise.
"Juggling is sometimes called the art of controlling patterns, controlling patterns in time and space."
- Ronald Graham
Juggling has been around for approximately 4,000 years. The first recorded evidence of juggling has been seen in ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics in the Beni Hassan tomb. Evidence of juggling has also been seen in other cultures throughout the world, including the Aztecs, the ancient Chinese, Greeks and Indians.
Juggling helps eye/hand coordination so much that a good juggler is also better at baseball, video games, football, tennis and any other sport that requires eye/hand coordination.