Find your next Acro experience

Find your next Acro experience

161 events found

September 20 - 21, 2019
Work on full and impressive throws, icarians made with mostly legs (foot juggling) & tricky pops to H2H; whips to SuperWhips; creative moves and flows in L-basing.
September 20 - 21, 2019
6hr AcroYoga workshop to refine practice for yoga practitioners, dancers, etc. The solar elements of the workshop are strength building, inversions with spotting, and partner acrobatics.
September 20 - 22, 2019
An intimate and highly supportive experience - 5 Solar Acro workshops full of connection, play and joy, body work & therapeutics, accommodation, delicious food & YURT-SAUNA.
September 20 - 22, 2019
10 rounds of 3 workshops per round; each round will have both beginners and super advanced workshops. Worldwide famous international acro teachers.
September 20 - 22, 2019
Material: Reverse stars, press, roll and pop; pooping ballerina, clumsy pickpocket & new funky rolling transitions; reverse tuck seat roll, tripod star, walk over and out; Pops & Whips.
September 20 - 22, 2019
Adventurous retreat that caters to the playful side of life; a weekend of acroyoga & exploring the oddities of Joshua Tree. At least one optional acroyoga class for all levels each day. All inclusive.
September 20 - 23, 2019
An adventure taking yoga, acrobatics, handstands and therapeutic massage - explore the city and sites before and after the AcroYoga intensive with Sariah and Maxime.
September 21 - 22, 2019
Don't miss this opportunity to dive into 10 hours of workshop Acrobatic & Therapeutic & Spanda Yoga with the highly experienced and sought-after international teacher Mehdi Zidhane.
September 21 - 22, 2019
The Mini Acroyoga Festival has grown bigger... Huge venue, high ceiling, padded floor, 18 Workshops over 2 days... more details on a later date.
September 21 - 22, 2019
Almuth Kramer, John Karvelis, Alexandra Ruiz, Luka Agreš, Francesco Semino, & new AcroYoga International teachers in 2 days of AcroYoga - beginner flights to advanced hand-to-hands, plus therapeutics.
September 21 - 22, 2019
12 hours of workshops with fun and challenging acro material: Duos & groups washing machines, Icarian and dance lifts. Not suitable for beginners.
September 21 - 22, 2019
Workshop I - ABC of handstands: alignment, shoulder girdle, confidence & body awareness. Workshop II – The elements of press handstand: entering without or with a subtle momentum.
September 21 - 22, 2019
Isolate. Integrate. Improvise. Day1 - Creative washing machines and the more of the dynamic movements & transitions. Day2 - expanding upon the skills and foundations into a flow.
September 21 - 22, 2019
2 days to enjoy community chats, jams & games, standing acrobatics, spotting sessions at Black Swan Yoga, Thai massage & flying therapeutics at the Soar Creative Annex.
September 21 - 22, 2019
3 workshops: Handstand Fundamentals: handstand form, drills & stretches for shoulders. Intermediate Hammock: new techniques & skills on Hammock. Hammock Aerialists: 3 basic drops & technique.
September 21 - 22, 2019
2 days workshop with Acronautas from Argentina, to refine handstands, synchronize whip-pops and Icarians, h2h & transitions. This is a multilevel (intermediate & advanced) workshop.
September 21 - 28, 2019
The retreat will focus on building the basic strength required for acrobatics & handstands etc.. use of proper alignment & principles of sports science; one beginners acro class per day.
September 22 - 28, 2019
5 Acro workshops; 6 session of morning Excersise (yoga and Theraeutic exercise); 1 or 2 guided hikes; 2 climbing days; 1 Acroyoga Therapeutic Workshop with Thai Massage; 1 Acroyoga guided Jam Session
September 26 - 29, 2019
Program includes: beginner to advanced level, L-basing & standing acrobatics; rock & roll acro; contact improv; handstands; Thai massage & therapeutic bodywork; permanent JAM area.
September 26 - 29, 2019
3rd Acto gathering on the Jordan River, to train, play & swim. This event is based on working together & volunteering. All the classes will be taught by teachers volunteering their time.
September 27 - 29, 2019
Weekend of Standing and Dynamic Acro workshops for experienced movers; Hand to Hand, Foot to Hand, Pitching, and Icarian techniques to help you develop ease and confidence.

Zing Events Presents: AcroYoga All Around the World

What we set out to do with Zing is to bring under one roof all the acro yoga events in the world; a workshop in Denver, a retreat in Bali, teacher training in the Canary Islands,  weekend intensive in the French Alps or a festival in Montreal – if it involves a base and flyer we’ll find it and list it on Zing.

Fast forward to now. There you go. Search by place, or search by date and rest assured – Zing has the most complete listing of acro yoga events all over the world, between now and next year.

Here’s a quick recap of the types of events featured:

Acro Yoga Workshops

Acro workshops are without a doubt the most popular form of acrobatic gathering. The workshops are focused in some way; for beginners who want to start out with partner acro yoga or for advanced looking to perfect acro yoga moves; focused on handstands or on smooth transitions. Workshops are great opportunities to sharpen a certain skill, develop a new one or simply refine your technique. Workshops usually feature either a single teacher, or selected few. You’ll be able to fully experience and benefit from the knowledge and unique expertise of the teacher(s). Last, some workshops offer accommodations, in other you’ll have to take care of it yourself.

Acro Yoga Retreats

The crème de la crème of acro and travel, in most case include full accommodation of food & board. Similar to weekend workshops, acroyoga retreats are intimate affairs with fewer participants – usually up to 20-30 – that delve deep into a specific acrobatic practice, and let participents experience a true acro yoga immersion. Great chance to connect with people and to attend classes that go beyond the core skills. Similar to workshops, a single star teacher will be at the helm or a team of two, three teachers from a specific acro movement.

Acro Yoga Festivals & Conventions

Acro Festivals are amazing opportunities to have a taste of many different teachers giving a variety of classes and practice with numerous partners. Think of a festival as a research ground – a really fun and playful one of course – for finding those amazing teachers that really strike a chord with you and that with them you’ll want to take future workshops & retreats. And, an opportunity to experience acro yoga jams in between classes with the hundreds of attendees.

Acro Yoga Teacher Training

A few leading bodies hold acro yoga teacher training all over the world, among them: AcroYoga International Foundation, AcroYoga Montreal, Acro Revolution, AcroYoga Sanctuary. These are the highest-level events to build and develop your teaching skills, even if a teaching career isn’t what you’re aiming for.

If you’re just beginning, or thinking about giving it a try, we have two things to say. First – welcome! It’s been long overdue. You are making one of the smartest decisions you’ve made recently for your wellbeing. Second, we’ve put together a little guide for you that covers all the acro yoga basics. Have a read, and then search the planet for your next acro experience.

Acroyoga for Beginners: FAQ

You have to begin somewhere, and that would be understanding why you want to practice acro. Here some basic concepts explained.

What is acro yoga?

An integration of traditional yoga, acrobatics with elements of the therapeutic art Thai Massage into flowing sequences done in together by a base and a flyer. Usually there’s also a spotter to make sure the flyer lands safely.

It’s a demanding physical exercise, requiring a high degree of flexibility, balance and strength from both base and flyer. On top of the physical aspect, the trust between the partners is a crucial component of acroyoga.

What are Solar and Lunar sessions?

The two completing elements of acro practice: Solar is the acrobatic aspect, and Lunar is the therapeutic aspect. Lunar practice uses the healing nature of Thai Massage to stretch and calm and muscles after an intensive Solar practice.

What are the benefits of practicing acro?

Many! First, as far as health benefits, you’ll develop your muscle strength, flexibility, your core balance. Next, yogi benefits; it is yoga after all, so you’ll connect with your inner self, finding a sense of calmness, acceptance and openness. And – the play aspect of the practice is just plain-old fun, whether you’re flying or basing.

How many acro yoga poses are they?

Static positions are good to start with to practice your balance, to strengthen your body and prepare your muscles for the fun of movement. The beauty of acro is that it allows for constant development. The more you practice the more you progress in an infinite trajectory.

Can I practice acro by myself?

You can practice alone, yes – if you’re a base, work on your hands, shoulders and legs since you’ll need to display a great deal of control, strength and balance when working on flows with your flyer; for your flyers out there, same – mostly muscle and balance core work. But not for nothing it is also called Partner Acrobatics; it needs two.

What are the basic elements of Partner Acrobatics?

You start with a base and flyer performing the movements and a spotter watches over for safety.

The building blocks for flows:

  • L-basing – base lies on his/her back
  • Static Poses – work on balance and strengthening the core
  • Washing Machine – a repeating sequence comprised of different poses
  • Foot to Hand – base uses arms, flyer uses feet as points of contact
  • Pops / Whips – advanced acrobatics moves of complex lifts & throws
  • Handstands – solo sequences that build your hand-to-hand skills
  • Hand to Hand – both base and flyer use arms as points of contact
  • Standing Acrobatics – base stands, flyer on top of him/her

Now that you have a better grasp of what acro yoga is all about, it’s time to hit the top of the page again and search the planet for your next – or first – acro event!

Recent Comments
      • No categories
      • No categories