Find your next Acro Retreat

Find your next Acro Retreat

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January 23 - 25, 2020
What is included: AcroYoga sessions twice a day, refreshing beverages & snacks, 3 main meals a day & private or shared room. Morning yoga sessions, midday AcroYoga & afternoon focus on dream workshop.
January 24 - 27, 2020
4 days retreat to immerse in nature in Chong Pli, to learn new skills or to work on them. AcroYoga fundamentals, L-basing, standing & washing machines. Climbing techniques & belay practices.
January 25 - February 1, 2020
1 week retreat to expand AcroYoga skills with workshops in partner AcroYoga, hand balancing, flexibility and body conditioning, excursions, intense training, and.. a spa.
January 27 - February 1, 2020
Retreat includes AcroYoga classes, workshops & jams. The resort offers many opportunities for rejuvenation & mental release. Other activities like kayaking, cycling & rock climbing can be arranged.
February 1 - 7, 2020
Get better at AcroYoga, handstands & relax with yoga & Thai massage, 4 teachers, all levels. Vegetarian menu at an eco lodge & a day trip to underground caverns with water.
February 8 - 16, 2020
Practice AcroYoga, Yoga, Conditioning, Flexibility Training and Therapeutics according to Montreal AcroYoga principles - slow & controlled movements, breathing awareness & proper alignment.
February 10 - 16, 2020
A week of yoga & AcroYoga of all levels, meditation, pranayama & sound healing. It includes accommodation, classes, workshops, 3 meals a day, healthy drinks, 1 relaxing massage & Bali day trip.
February 16 - 23, 2020
Every day yoga classes, handstand training, conditioning, acrobatic training & massage/meditation, dive into Acro, washing machines, pops & inversions. Accommodation, meals & classes included.
February 19 - 23, 2020
Retreat includes 25+ hrs of training, dormitory lodging, 3 meals a day, coffee & tea breaks. High-level training in yoga, handstands, AcroYoga & partner acrobatics.
February 20 - 23, 2020
What is included: AcroYoga sessions twice a day, refreshing beverages & snacks, 3 main meals a day & private or shared room. Morning yoga sessions, midday AcroYoga & afternoon focus on dream workshop.
February 21 - March 1, 2020
This 10 days is dedicated to AcroYoga & partner acrobatics, handstands, therapeutic flying, various massage techniques, also will be able to enjoy the pool, saunas & whirpools.
February 23 - 29, 2020
Learn & deepen AcroYoga skills from basic poses, transitions, to pops, whips & washing machines or standing Acro. The retreat also includes volcano walks, surf, yoga, hiking & therapeutic exercises.
February 28 - March 1, 2020
Mendel Romanenko and Laura Zeigler create an immersive environment conducive to self growth & exploration. A weekend of acroyoga, Thai massage, yoga, skiing & handstands.
March 8 - 15, 2020
Each day starts with meditation, yoga and acroyoga - a dynamic practice combining movement & breathing. Calmer afternoons of Thai massage & therapeutic flights.
March 21 - 28, 2020
7-day retreat to experience nature, AcroYoga in different forms, daily yoga sessions and guided meditations, therapeutic massages, trekking, boat trip, snorkeling & a visit an underground volcano.
March 25 - April 1, 2020
A retreat filled with adventurous days, wildlife game viewing, yoga and acroyoga in beautiful natural surroundings. Deepened practice as it promotes a wide range of physical and mental benefits.
March 26 - 29, 2020
What is included: AcroYoga sessions twice a day, refreshing beverages & snacks, 3 main meals a day & private or shared room. Morning yoga sessions, midday AcroYoga & afternoon focus on dream workshop.
April 4 - 8, 2020
Skills to be covered: icarian, whips/whops, washing machines, f2h, h2h, dance lifts, standing tosses & pitching. Acro training, group activities & 1 catered traditional Mexican meal are included.
April 4 - 10, 2020
7 days of rigorous training includes: accommodation, organic cuisine, movement & handstand classes, acro workshops, flexibility & strength training, improv practice & natural mineral water swimming.
April 5 - 11, 2020
1 week retreat to experience AcroYoga, climbing, hiking, therapeutic exercise & Thai massage. Discover the Todra Gorges surroundings, a rocky canyon & the river that flows through the valley.
April 8 - 12, 2020
5 days of AcroYoga, dance, yoga, handstands & Thai massage in nature. The main focus is AcroYoga & explore how other types of bodywork will bring fluidity & awareness. This retreat is for all levels.

Acro Yoga Retreats All Around the World


The decision to go on an acro yoga retreat should be a fairly simple one. You have all the ingredients for an awesome experience: intensive acrobatic practice, fellow acro-yogis from around the world (or at least the country), great location, beautiful scenery and top-notch hospitality - can you ask for anything more? 


The spectrum of acroyoga retreats is a very wide one. There are those retreats that really stay true to the concept and offer a unique hospitality experience to ‘wrap’ the acro practice. These higher-end retreats can take place in resorts, have chef-prepared meals and pampering facilities. On the other side of the spectrum there are retreats that offer a more basic approach - shared rooms, sometimes even tents and food that aim to satisfy hunger rather than delight the senses. 


Many choices require deliberation, especially since you have different elements to consider, weigh and position against each other.


 What to Consider Before Booking Acro Retreats


The ideal acro retreat obviously offers the best of everything, but in the real world we usually can’t have it all, and so we need to compromise in one way or another. 


So stretch your legs and flex your muscles, here are the main decisions that need to be made when looking for an acro yoga retreat. 


Location vs. Content


Location has many different facets; from the part of the world the retreat takes place in (continent, country) to the nature of the location - does the retreat takes place in an urban surrounding or a natural surrounding - an island or a cool beach, a moist spot in the mountains, an ashram in the desert. 


The location of a retreat can juxtapose the content offered. For example, you can come across your dream Icarian retreat but realize it takes place on the other side of the world, or just in surrounding that you appreciate less. On the other hand, you can find an acro retreat in Bali - your dream vacation spot - but realize that the content of the retreat is focused around handstands, which you’re less interested in. 


Skill level is also a major thing to pay attention to - we’re talking about the basic trio: beginner, intermediate, advanced. The larger events, like an acro yoga festival, tend to offer a variety of workshops in different levels, but usually a retreat for 20-30 people will focus on one skill level.


Accommodation vs Community


This section applies to the less-fancy retreats where your choice is cosying up in tents, or in shared rooms - or opting out for the nights in an AirBNB or a hotel room nearby.


If you’re staying with the rest of the participants obviously you’ll be benefiting from the shared experience of being a part of the community. During the late evening and into-the-night hours is when the ‘magic happens’ sort to speak, and spontaneous jams take shape; multiple duos of base and flyer with helpful spotters break into flows and washing machines, practicing the day’s worth of poses, transitions and movements.


So if you’re in your comfy apartment or hotel room you’re both getting a decent break from the daily grind and losing on the community spirit of the event. It’s all a matter of your reason for attending the event - are you laser-focused on developing and sharpening your strength, balance and partner acrobatics skills, or you’re also into feeling a part and building connections with fellow acro-yogis from around the world.


Cost vs Experience


Acro yoga retreats vary in price, from the very affordable to the expensive. The ‘experience’ part refers not to the actual training of acrobatic tricks, therapeutic flying or whips and pops, but rather to the ‘package’. The cost of these events reflects directly the accommodation, food and other treats that are included, or not.


So again - a choice. Go for the pampering ‘all-inclusive’ types of retreats or the more bare-boned affairs where the focus is the immersion-slash-intensive acroyoga training of lifts and moves, static positions and flowing sequences. 


It is a matter of what you’re after. An experience with insta-ready moments, or hours of L-basing or hand-to-hand until you get it just right.


Teachers vs Everything Else


Here we get to the essence of it all. The teachers. If you get to spend precious hours with your dream teacher, you might endure less-than ideal circumstances. If you’re the spoiled type, who frowns upon tenting, you might make an exception for the chance to learn from the best, or at least that Thai massage superstar you’ve been aching to take a class with.


Clocking hours with a formidable acroyoga teacher is priceless to some. To others, it’s all about having a swell time, meeting interesting people and enjoying some physical body fun. There’s nothing wrong with both approaches - you just need to figure out what’s the right course for you and whether you’re there to build your core acrobatic skills or to play; not that there’s anything wrong with that.
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