Antwerp AcroYoga Trial Classes

November 5, 2019

 

 -> WHAT <-
AcroYoga combines Yoga, Partner-Acrobatics, Art of Movement and Therapeutics. This growing activity has already conquered hearts of thousands around the world.
You will have the opportunity to discover that you can do more than you think!

 

 

AcroYoga is a playful, accessible and, at the same time, challenging combination of partner acrobatics, Yoga and relaxing partner exercises. With this activity you learn to connect with others in a fun and conscious way.
You get a boost in your trust, your 'happiness' hormones will be fueled and from a thorough technical basis, you will quickly discover, that you can do much more, than you think!

-> FOR WHOM <-
Suitable for beginners, tasters and people who love new challenges.
You are welcome with or without a partner! No experience and / or flexibility required!

 

-> WHEN and WHERE <-

Het Oude Badhuis (The Old Bath House): Stuivenbergplein 38, 2060 Antwerp

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  • Monday 6th of January 2020, from 20:00 till 21:45 in the 'Douchezaal', 2nd floor.

  • Tuesday 7th of January 2020, from 20:00 till 21:45 in the 'Badzaal', 2nd floor.

't Werkhuys: Zegelstraat 13, 2140 Borgerhout ( Antwerp)

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  • Wednesday 8th of January 2020 from 20:00 till 21:45 in the 'Balletzaal', 2nd floor.


-> PRICE <-
10 € by bank transfer or to be paid locally.
PLEASE NOTE: your place will be 100% confirmed only after payment has been received. Full is full.

-> REGISTER <-
You can register for the trial class via the link below:
-> Registration form, Trial Classes <-

 

-> TEACHERS <-
Ruslan and Saar belong to the first AcroYoga teachers in Belgium, sharing their knowledge gained from their own exploration process and inspired by different intensive international trainings. During their classes and workshops, Saar & Ruslan emphasize the importance of stable basics, with a profound accent on progressive techniques. They explain in all the necessary details, individual and partner aspects of AcroYoga, encouraging their students to explore and to reflect on the process. Besides the technical approach, they also leave space for creativity, playfulness and relaxation, with a focus on a tranquil and fluent breathing.

 

See you all there!

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