AcroYoga Workshop / Copenhagen



AcroYoga Workshop

31 of Jan / 2015 • Copenhagen - Denmark


AcroYoga Workshop
AcroYoga is an integration of yoga, acrobatics and healing arts. A practice that cultivates trust, playfulness and community. At the same time a modern style as a tribute to ancient traditions. With its rich origins and creative nature the possibilities are infinite. From the more introspective, healing and listening to the more extroverted, expressive and joyful. AcroYoga is an interpersonal yoga where we leave our own mat and practice together with others.

Come as you are, no yoga experience needed and no partner necessary. We work together in different group constellations and also in a circle with everyone present. Everything with a methodical approach creating a process that is safe, fun and accessible.

* This workshop is open level. 
* You can come as a beginner or with experience. 
* The focus will be on exploring together and finding challenges for each participant.

Date & Time
Saturday 31 Jan
13:00 - 16:00

Price
300 dkk

Studio
YogaLiving
Thorvaldsensvej 3. st., (baghuset)
1871 Frederiksberg C
Copenhagen, Denmark

Inscriptions
www.YogaLiving.dk

Teachers
Boris & Nina invite to serious playfulness and full presence. With their warmhearted pedagogy they make everyone feel included and rise to their own potential. Their diverse backgrounds spans from yoga, dance and kung fu to circus and theatre and they share a deep interest in movement and creativity with a life affirming attitude. On that path they found AcroYoga and certified as teachers with the AcroYoga co-founders Jason Nemer and Jenny Sauer-Klein (AcroYoga teacher training level 1 in 2010 + level 2 in 2012). Boris & Nina teach and perform together and are passionated about sharing the bliss of AcroYoga wherever they put their feet.

More info
www.YogaLiving.dk
www.AcroYoga.org


Nina & Boris
Certified AcroYoga Teachers
Certifierade AcroYoga Lärare
Profesores certificados de AcroYoga
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