Bern - Jump on the Acro Train - Acroyoga Introduction Cycle

  • Date: Sept. 11, 2020 - Oct. 2, 2020
  • Max. Participants : 12
Cycle Abo CHF 90.00
Student Cycle Abo CHF 70.00
Season Abo CHF 380.00
Student Season Abo CHF 300.00
Drop in - Single Class CHF 25.00
Details
  • Friday Class
  • Address : Tanzszene Bern || Brunngasshalde 39, 3011 Bern
  • Door Open: 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
  • Class: 6:15 p.m. - 7:45 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

  • 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.

Highlights

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