Flows with Foot to Hand - Acroyoga Intermediate I Cycle

  • Date: Sept. 15, 2020 - Oct. 11, 2020
  • Max. Participants : 12
Cycle AboCHF 90.00
Student Cycle AboCHF 70.00
Season AboCHF 380.00
Student Season AboCHF 300.00
Drop in - Single ClassCHF 25.00
Details
  • Wednesday Class
  • Address : Sporthalle A Kornhaus || Limmatstrasse 176, 8005 Zürich
  • Door Open: 8 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
  • Class: 8 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
  • Sunday Class
  • Address : Reebok CrossFit Zurich || Hardstr. 81, 8004 Zürich
  • Door Open: 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
  • Class: 6:15 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
  • Tuesday Class
  • Address : Sporthalle A Kornhaus || Limmatstrasse 176, 8005 Zürich
  • Door Open: 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
  • Class: 6:15 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.

Description

Our aim will be to give you a comprehensive introduction to all the material of Acroyoga Intermediate Level I. This means you will be able to connect different Acroyoga poses and leave the class with a full backpack of washing machines. You will go deeper in this practice by understanding and playing with some tricky static Acroyoga postures. Moreover, you'll get tipps and tricks on how to improve your practice and be able to share better with others. We teach with manageable progressions and clear instructions.

The content of this Acroyoga Cycle...
...is an Introduction on the postures of Foot to Hand and even higher up to Foot to Foot. :D We will show you the technique of the right Foot to Hand Grip and further helpful Tips to feel comfortable in pose. This elemental Acroyoga position help us to learn new flowy sequences. So all about right Placement and Hand Grip, soft Feet but fixed Enkels. :P

There is no guarantee that you will master all the skills taught during this cycle. As always, subsequent practice will make it perfect.

Classes include
Coaching in L-basing technique, transitions, flows, Acroyoga washing machines, sequences, inversions, foundations and drills, flexibility, and therapeutics.

Prerequisites

-Star and Bat
-Back Bird and reverse Bird
-Supported Shoulder Stand
Have to be able to do all these pose safe and stable.

Infos

  • Adrian

    Simple Lama

    Exploration of partner movement started in Chile, where he was introduced to Acroyoga in 2015. Since then, acrobatics have become a fascination he feels so passionate about he wanted to share it with everyone.
    Finding smart ways to build up and overcome new challenges, learning how to support each other respectfully and giving space for individual rhythm, - those are the cornerstones of his classes.
    As a firm believer in what jams and strong communities can offer, one of his main focuses is to help build up the acro association in Zürich.
    Exploration of partner movement started in Chile, where he was introduced to Acroyoga in 2015. Since then, acrobatics have become a fascination he feels so passionate about he wanted to share it with everyone. <br> 
As a firm believer in what jams and strong communities can offer, one of
his main focuses is to help build up the acro association in Zürich.
  • Danica

    Flying Lama

    “Sport and nature is what moves me. I enjoy passing on my passion for sport and inspiring people. To make the impossible, possible.”
    She grew up in the Swiss alps, so since childhood she feels very connected to nature and love being outside doing sports. She did studies in tourism and she is and ski- snowboard and acroyoga certified teacher. She is a positive, spontaneous, smiley and happy person who likes challenges. She enjoys her passion for physical activities and body work.
    “Sport and nature is what moves me. I enjoy passing on my passion for sport and inspiring people.”<br> She grew up in the Swiss alps, so since childhood she feels very connected to nature and love being outside doing sports. She did studies in tourism, is an ski- snowboard and acroyoga certified teacher. She is a positive, spontaneous, smiley and happy person who likes challenges.
  • Lorena

    Loud Lama

    What fascinates her about Acroyoga is its capacity to connect people from all walks and teach them to communicate needs and boundaries through movement within a safe and fun space. Ever since she stumbled across a crowd in the park stacking people on top of each other, she has found herself in a community driven by teamwork, inclusiveness, and mutual support. At the end of the day, the biggest reward for her is to see your beautiful faces when you realize you just achieved something you thought was impossible.
    What fascinates her about Acroyoga is its capacity to connect people from 
all walks and teach them to communicate needs and boundaries through 
movement within a safe and fun space.

Highlights

Understanding of Foot to Hand Grip and learing new Acroyoga Transitions