New York Times

When I called the Om Factory to ask if the beginners’ Acro Yoga class was really for beginners, Fara Marz, the studio’s founder, answered with a question: “Are you crazy?”

I thought about it and said: “A little.”

“Then you should come,” he said.

Fitness Magazine

If your jaw just dropped, you're not alone — many people experience visceral reactions (i.e., spontaneous muscle contractions, intense feelings of befuddlement and curiosity) when seeing AcroYoga for the first time.

But be forewarned: Observers may become die-hard practitioners


Elephant Journal

Yoga Magazine

“The practice aims to bring about connection, trust and safe play”

AcroYoga is a relatively new practice that is hitting the yoga world by storm. Founded in California, 7 years ago by Jason Nemer and Jenny Sauer-Klein, AcroYoga blends the spiritual wisdom of yoga, the loving kindness of Thai massage, and the dynamic power of Acrobatics. 


SHAPE Magazine

I definitely think that working out together has led us to have much stronger communication. If we're trying a new acro move, it allows us to be open about where we are individually and how we can achieve our goals together, which I think is really awesome. 

Yoga Journal

Open up to curiosity, trust, and play with AcroYoga.

Though we gather in community to practice, most of us go it alone on the yoga mat, except for the occasional hands-on adjustment or quick partner pose thrown into the mix. But more recently, groups of yogis have come together to practice AcroYoga, a combination of interactive Cirque du Soleil–like acrobatics and partner yoga/

USA Today

"I would probably just be really depressed if I didn't have it," she said. "You can see how it changes people's lives. They get more free and open and happy. I can't imagine not being off the ground and upside down and working with other great people.

"There's just nothing like flying."

Elle Magazine France

Une discipline qui nous vient de San Francisco et qui combine postures de yoga et d’acrobatie. Comme les exercices se pratiquent à deux, on renforce la confiance en soi et en l’autre. Et on profite des bienfaits thérapeutiques du yoga de façon ludique.

The Daily Telegraph

I would love to love yoga. 

However, I may have found the perfect class for me. Acroyoga – which, as the name suggests, incorporates elements of acrobatics, as well as Thai massage – has made me re-think my yoga position.

Do You Yoga

Do you love the sense of connection and community that comes with a yoga practice? Then maybe AcroYoga is your jam.

AcroYoga is a partner practice, where a “flyer” relies on a “base” to support them and help them move through a flow. Combining the best parts of acrobatics, yoga, and a bit of trust, AcroYoga is truly something to behold.