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AcroYoga FUNdamentals Workshop

When:
Wed 03 Jan 2018
Cost:
$75
Details:
Join Ange from InspirePlay for an AcroYoga 2hr Fundamentals Workshop at Yoga Pavilion!

This is your chance to experience the uplifting and strengthening benefits of AcroYoga - the practice that blends yoga, acrobatics, therapeutics and partner work. You will be led through 2 hours of invigorating solo and partner exercises, inversions and acro to sculpt firm muscles whilst having FUN!

In this fundamentals workshop, we set the foundation with power yoga and tightness drills to develop strength and flexibility individually; you will then take this to the next level, elevating to new heights as a series of flying postures to build trust and confidence in partnership & in community. We have a few surprises in store - we can't share all of our love now!

Limited spaces available. Sign up today using the promo code 'EarlyBird' to receive a discount. Offer ends: 27/11/2017.

PREREQUISITES:
***NO NEED TO BRING A PARTNER!!!***
- You'll be making new friends!! No yoga or acro experience necessary. Willingness to try something NEW and the ability to have FUN!
- Minimum Age 13
Location:
Yoga Pavilion
15 Elizabeth Street
Artarmon
Contact:
Alanna on
 

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