This is Brandon and I on November 11th enjoying an amazing sunset. Come learn tricks like these at our Acro Yoga Jam and Social.
Join us on Friday November 21st at One Yoga Victoria for the November Acro Yoga Jam & Social. The jam starts at 8:30pm and goes until 10:00pm and there is a $5 drop-in fee. I will guide everyone through about 15-20 minutes of flow to get you in your body and connected to your breath. From then it will be jam time where you can either take control and get practicing with some new friends or I will cover the basics and provide some examples of some poses and transitions to try. No partner necessary. Come meet some new friends and learn some new tricks. We will most likely head over to the Bent Mast for some social time afterwards for those who are interested. Maximum capacity is 35 people so arrive early to get a spot.
Details: Meet some new friends, learn some new tricks! No partner required (there will be lots of great people to pair up with). I will lead us through a 15 minute flow to get us into our bodies and then from there it will be a time for playing and sharing knowledge with one another. Beginners knowledge of acro yoga is required prior to attending. Please feel free to invite friends as long as they have previous acro experience.
Email me for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learning acroyoga means a lot of flailing and falling. Here is a compilation of todays fails and a few wins. Insight on what Bran and I are like together for those of you we have never met! Sound is recommended 🙂
Branstand and I have been working on some acro yoga. Here is a quick video of some poses we have been practicing. We are still unstable and shaky but definitely improving. I need to develop more core strength and bran needs to keep opening his hamstrings. Our height difference is a blessing for some poses but makes other poses really difficult!
We filmed this on a brand new mac book pro and I can’t believe how terrible the video quality is! The song playing is Knot in My Heart by The Zolas.