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Learn to fly: Acroyoga workshop with Haein Cho
October 7, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm NPT
AcroYoga blends the wisdom of yoga, the dynamic power of acrobatics, and the loving kindness of healing arts. These three lineages form the foundation of a practice that cultivates trust, playfulness, and community. AcroYoga has 3 main elements.
Lunar Healing Arts
Workshop description: Therapeutic Flying, Partner Acrobatics & Thai Massage
This will be an opportunity to let your AcroYoga practice take off and deepen! Join us for this workshop of innovative AcroYoga flows and foundations to transform your practice. We will be sharing our expertise with some of our favourite flows and tips for lightness, ease and grace. From Solar to Lunar, you’re invited to explore subtle biomechanics and expand your range of skills and sense of adventure in your movement practice. The workshop is suitable for anyone who loves movement and working with their body. Variations will be given to ensure all levels to get the most of the workshop! No partner required! No previous experience required! Beginners are welcome!
Skills taught in this workshop
– Inversions & Spotting
– Fundamentals of partner Acrobatic
– Partner yoga flow sequences
– Basic to intermediate flying postures and transitions
– Therapeutic flying
– Thai yoga massage techniques
Haein Cho : Originally from South Korea, Haein grew up in Auroville, spiritual community in South India. She’s a certified Watsu & massage therapist and as well as Yoga & Level 2 Acro yoga instructor. Haein shares AcroYoga as a practice that is available for every body, age, and ability, aiming to support all beings through movement, connection, and play. With a background in Aquatic body work, she brings in a unique softness in her Acro Yoga practice with fine balance between effortless movement and body control. She has been teaching Acroyoga in form of retreat, workshop, class and in festivals and conventions in Mexico, Germany, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Greece, India, Korea, and Taiwan.