AcroYoga workshops soon to be at Revolution Power Yoga
July 21, 2013
EAGLE-VAIL — Come play and have your world turned upside-down with an AcroYoga weekend at Revolution Power Yoga. There will be three workshops held between July 25 and July 27, all led by Kristi Taylor, a certified AcroYoga teacher and a certified Baptiste Power Yoga instructor with background in coaching gymnastics and sports medicine.
All AcroYoga workshops are $35 each. All workshops build on one another, and you can attend one or all.
On July 25 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., the first class is "AcroYoga fundamentals." Great for all ages and all levels, this workshop combines elements from yoga, acrobatics and Thai massage. We will explore partner yoga, assisted inversions, basic partner acrobatics, strength drills, basic flying and lots of play, and lots of laughs. No yoga experience required, no partner needed. Come support and be supported.
On July 26 from 6 to 9 p.m., Taylor will lead "AcroYoga Therapeutics" where the healing touch of Thai massage applied to therapeutic flying will unravel fear and tension, and reveal participants natural alignment. No partner needed.
Wrap up the series with "AcroYoga Pure Play" on July 27 from 9 a.m. to noon to learn elements of the AcroYoga sequence.
This workshop will provide tools for the understanding and embodiment of inverting and empowering yourself.
After solidifying spotting techniques, participants will progress to basic partner acrobatics and pyramids, cultivating trust, strength and flexibility while working as a team. A playful, safe, supportive environment will empower the whole room to be upside down and connect to your inner child!
A bonus class will take place July 28, when Taylor will guest teach "Happy, Happy Hips" from 5:45 to 7:45 p.m. Regular class rates apply. Come join the Revolution Power community and play.
For more information, visit http://www.revolutionpoweryoga.com or call 970-748-3176.
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