Play, trust, believe, balance, share Oneness
Private sessions offer a valuable opportunity to go deeper into your practice, according to your specific individual needs and capacity.
Please see detailed info about the various types of Acro Yoga here
You will simply need comfortable clothes, barefoot is recommended
It is recommended not eat 1 to 3 hours before the class
I can arrange for you mats, blocks, belts
Languages spoken: English, Spanish, Czech - Basic: German, French, Italian, Russian
60 min. private class: 75€*
90 min. private class: 90€*
120 min. private class: 120€*
* add 10€ per extra person
Travel costs extra 10 to 25€ depending on location
ABOUT ACRO YOGA
Acro Yoga blends the wisdom of Yoga with the dynamic power of acrobatics. It is a physical practice which combines yoga, acrobatics and Thai massage. The aerial part revolves around one partner (the base) supporting the other (the flyer) in flying through the air in a sequenced series of yoga postures.
8 things you should know about Acro Yoga:
1. Acro Yoga combines yoga, healing arts, and acrobatics
2. You don't need a partner to find partnership
3. Acro Yoga is for everybody
4. Size does not matter
5. One must give to receive… and vice versa
6. Get what you need by asking for what you want
7. To know one, you must truly experience the other
8. Trustful communication = community reinforcement
TYPES OF ACRO YOGA
Acrovinyasa™ takes yoga from earth to air. takes yoga from earth to air. Uniting elements of vinyasa, acroyoga and inversion training, this practice cultivates trust and community in a powerful way. The core of Acrovinyasa™ is focused on synchronising breath in movement, building strength and finding balance. Inspired by traditional yoga asanas and L-based acrobatic flying, this progressive yoga system includes both solo and partner practice. Acrovinyasa™ feels more like a dance with gravity than physical exercise.
Family Yoga is a joyful practice that brings all family together to create and play. Family Yoga is an opportunity to meet other parents and create a new community of like-minded people. People come to your class not just for the yoga, but also for the social part of it. Putting in time and effort in connecting the people in your class is a worthwhile investment
Partner Yoga is one of the possible types of yoga based upon the basic principle of this ancient discipline – the union. The goal of partner yoga practice is to connect with ourselves and with partners, and realise the fact of essential unity with every living being in the universe. Partner Yoga is a joyful practice that brings two people together to create a new posture. In contrast to what’s referred to as assisted Yoga, in partner Yoga, each person gives support and receives benefits as the two create a posture together.