Acroyoga 5 week course:
Tuesdays 6.00pm - 7.30pm from February 2nd to March 1st.
Cost: $90 or $85 early bird by January 5th
Casual rate (if there is space): $23
To book, contact Jo: email@example.com
payment can be made via on line bank transfer to:
**please note, no refund or credit on missed classes. If you are unable to attend the full 5 weeks (and know before hand) due to commitments please let me know and I can adjust the rate for you for less weeks.
Throughout the 5 weeks, we’ll work on the foundational and technical aspect of acroyoga and as students get more involved and confident we can begin to learn transitions and flows. Students progress at their own level and partners can be changed around to enhance skills and also get to know everyone in the group. The course is available for beginners and/or experienced. No prior knowledge is necessary.
AcroYoga combines acrobatic concepts with a yogic consciousness. It involves yoga, partner yoga, partner acrobatics, thai yoga massage and therapeutic postures. It is a social and consciousness awakening activity, and can push one’s physical and mental boundaries, embraces communication, to work together, to stay connected, to trust in oneself and one’s surroundings. AcroYoga is a playful fun practice!
Acro Yoga Perth brings people together, feeling the connection of energies. Develop the physical body and at the same time strengthen the emotional and spiritual bodies.
Stretch, balance, trust, laugh, love. Awaken and balance your energies and share together.
Feel your heart open and fill with goodness as you laugh, stretch, twist, balance,fly, nurture, embrace.
Come with or without a partner. Connect, share, your energies and meet people., A complete bundle of fun, energetic, yet soothing, nurturing
and loving. Learn some cool fun balances and fly and breathe together!! Feel alive as we all share together
the joy of AcroYoga. Laugh, love and be free !
AcroYoga Montreal’s mandate is: The evolution of AcroYoga beyond its traditional flow and movement through the fusion of the form with other movement arts and techniques (i.e. dance, b-boying [break dancing], and martial arts) to create a contemporary aesthetic that knows no boundaries or forms yet represents the body in motion in all its expressions. Just like b-boying, AcroYoga will become an attitude and lifestyle – not just steps or forms, but an ever changing chameleon that adapts to the practitioner and their environment. Long live AcroYoga…...
~Eugene and Jessie