You are never too heavy, you are never too old...have patience and trust! Allow yourself to learn! No excuses ;)
Acroyoga is more than a natural extension of my yoga practice. It made me more confident, more humble, taught me to listen, and brightened my days.
Acroyoga is an opportunity to explore my relationship to life: determination where there is doubt, patience at times of confusion, playfulness when I am too serious.
AcroYoga helped me heal two injuries. By basing people, I was able to regain my full range of motion in my calves. I am so grateful.
The Road to Teaching Leads to Community
When I first found AcroYoga I was recovering from trauma, it was a safe place that I could find connection, intimate/affectionate touch and a fun community dedicated to health and wellness. Every Friday, I would trade a couple hours of work at my favorite yoga studio for the one weekly AcroYoga class in New York City. Often the crew would go out for dinner afterwards...
ACROYOGA AS MY PRACTICE – IT DOESN’T MATTER IF IT’S YOGA AND I AM NOT AIMING TO BECOME AN ACROBAT
I have been practicing Acroyoga (not Acro) for almost four years. I love it, and it is a regular part of my life. I am also an over thinker, so I think endlessly (and needlessly) about everything that I experience then relate that to everything else in my life. Needless to say, I have a lot of thoughts about acroyoga...
Dedicated Partnership Does Not Equal Ownership
For the better part of 2 years I've been lucky enough to be married to an amazing woman who I have been training with for the past 5 years. Our personal relationship supercedes any Acro partnership though, as we have been a couple for 11 years...