New Ways to start - Acroyoga Introduction Cycle

  • Date: Aug. 18, 2020 - Sept. 9, 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
  • 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.
  • Wednesday Class
  • Address : Quartierzentrum Schütze Flex 4 || Heinrichstrasse 238, 8005 Zürich
  • Door Open: 8 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
  • Class: 8 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Description

Acroyoga is much more than just a movement practice. These classes are designed to improve communication, confidence and creativity.

Our focus is to give you the best tools and learning strategies to get started in Acroyoga. You will leave the classes with a range of knowledge of short Acroyoga sequences and a solid understanding of the Acroyoga roles of "flying", "basing" and "spotting".

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

Prerequisites

No previous knowledge in Yoga or Acroyoga necessary
Touching your toes is optional. ;-)

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.
  • Fadri

    Doctor Lama

    Fadri got excited about acrobatics when he was a kid and trained as a gymnast in his home valley Engadin. After several years of not being active in acrobatics, his fascination was re-ignited while he was doing his PhD studies and where he joined Yoga and Acroyoga classes. After finishing his PhD he became a certified Acroyoga Intl teacher. He loves to interact with people, to share his passion for Acroyoga (and other sports, outdoor activities, music, and robotics), and work with everyone on fine tuning acrobatic techniques.
    Fadri got excited about acrobatics when he was a kid and trained as a gymnast in his home valley Engadin. He loves to interact with people, to share his passion for Acroyoga (and other sports, outdoor activities, music, and robotics), and work with everyone on fine tuning acrobatic techniques in creative new ways.

Highlights

A range of knowledge of short Acroyoga sequences and a solid understanding of the Acroyoga roles.