Jordan Seitz is a woman who is dedicated to her craft. Her decade-spanning practice and performance career have been marked by a sense of playfulness and innovation, integrating multiple circus acts, dance styles, and special effects that bring elements of surprise and excitement to her performances. Seitz’s disciplines include aerial performances on hoop and silks, fire dancing, LED prop manipulation, and stilt walking. She performs locally in the Washington DC metro area and other cities nation-wide at a variety of event locations, including sports, special events, festivals, television, and stage productions.
Seitz’s passion for her work is clear in her words. “Creative outlets provide a way of revealing who we are to the world. It is communication of one’s innermost thoughts, feelings, and experiences to others. I tried a stockpile of “outlets,” but it wasn’t until I started doing circus that I experienced flow for the first time, where I was completely immersed, intensely focused, and creatively engaged.”
As Seitz’s passion grew, she decided to start her own business, FahrenSeitz Entertainment & Fitness, which provides live cirque-style entertainment. Her goal is to create memories and smiles through her live performances. “Your event is important to us, and we will do everything within our power to create an unforgettable experience,” she says. Her company also aims to empower students by providing safe, fun, and growth-oriented circus instruction to aspiring performers and hobbyists.
Starting a business is never easy, and Seitz faced her own set of challenges. The biggest challenge she faced was when she decided to go full-time with what she was doing. She had to learn a lot more tools and the best way to do things, and she also wanted to have a website to attract more clients than she had at the time.
Despite the challenges, Seitz remains committed to working with local talent and giving them opportunities to be inspired and continue growing in their craft. She is proud of the projects she has completed, especially because she did not grow up as a very good acrobat or gymnast. But through hard work and dedication, she has managed to build her own business and achieve her dreams.
So how does Seitz stay motivated? For her, it’s all about the flow. There have been moments when she felt intensely focused, incredibly engaged, and motivated, which made all of these accomplishments possible. Her future goal is to get as many clients as possible and expand her business. She also attends shows in other cities outside of Washington DC, including Chicago, New York City, Fordham, and beyond.
Seitz’s skills in fire performing and fire spinning are truly awe-inspiring. Her shows are not just performances; they are experiences that leave audiences breathless and eager for more. Her passion for circus and fitness is evident in everything she does, and her dedication to her craft has made her a true leader in her field.
For those interested in learning more about Seitz and FahrenSeitz Entertainment & Fitness, you can visit her website or contact her directly. Her business is sure to continue to grow and evolve as she continues to push the boundaries of what is possible in the circus and fitness worlds.
Performance booking will be found on the contact form
private coaching request form – circus classes by appointment only – can also be found on website under the tab Fire and Aerial Coaching
Social media handles:
- Instagram Performance booking: @fahrenseitz_ent
- Instagram Circus Coaching: @hoopsalot00000
- Youtube: (36) FahrenSeitz – YouTube
- Facebook FahrenSeitz Entertainment & Fitness, LLC (facebook.com)
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