Find your next Acro Teacher Training

Find your next Acro Teacher Training

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January 28 - February 3, 2020
Develop progressive “athletic” training tools & apply them to partner acrobatics; learn the art of self diagnosis to troubleshoot failures & plateaus in the practice; train as a “coach” and “teacher”.
February 3 - 7, 2020
This course follows every requirements stablished by Yoga Alliance International for the 200hrs Registered Yoga Trainings. Course taught by Maria Escudero and Lucas Nunes.
February 6 - 23, 2020
Seamless integration of high-level acrobatics with flying therapeutics & Thai massage; progressive development of skills to create a strong foundation; transformative power of co-teaching philosophy.
February 10 - 20, 2020
This training will cover washing machines, acro partner conditioning, flexibility training, inversions, creative process, solo teaching refinement & daily topics covering different styles of AcroYoga.
March 2 - 9, 2020
This TT is designed to take practitioners from beginner to intermediate & from intermediate to advanced through a focused progressive approach of acrobatics & emphasize in communication.
March 6 - 17, 2020
This training will cover washing machines, acro partner conditioning, flexibility training, inversions training, solo teaching refinement, real world teaching experience & many styles of Acto.
April 20 - May 3, 2020
100hrs of physical reintegration, mental sharpening & emotional awakening. Fundamentals of static acrobatics, partner body balancing, introduction to seamless and dynamic transitions.
May 23 - June 7, 2020
Curriculum: Integration of high-level acrobatics with flying therapeutics and Thai massage; progression of skills to create a strong foundation, and the transformative power of co-teaching philosophy.
May 27 - June 9, 2020
This 2 week residential training includes housing, 3 meals a day, outdoor pool & a full schedule of AcroYoga. Go over all aspects including pedagogy, communication, business, marketing & leadership.
June 1 - 14, 2020
Teacher training to deepen skills, understanding & knowledge about integration of acrobatic & therapeutic flying, Thai-Yoga massage & yoga. Improve embodiment, acrobatic & movement skills.
July 27 - August 7, 2020
Over the 11 day TT, trainees will be guided through exploration of Acro styles, skill sets & methodologies. Training will include movement practice, skill workshops, discussions & teacher development.
August 4 - 9, 2020
The program is focused on teaching family AcroYoga in a safe & caring environment. 6 day detailed workshops designed to enhance practical family AcroYoga, build body & mind awareness.
August 17 - 30, 2020
Based on the fusion of vinyasa, yoga, acrobatic, movement, floor work, handstand & Thai massage, to explore all AcroYoga aspects. TT will be focused on how to teach & build strength.
August 30 - September 12, 2020
Focus of the Acrobhakti TT: yogic philosophy applied to pedagogy, physics principles applied to acrobatics, development of personal vision, channel energy to Metta & teaching in a creative way.
September 21 - 27, 2020
The art of teaching Family AcroYoga in a supportive, safe and caring environment; how to manage large groups of adults & children, developmental stages, family dynamics & compassionate communication.
October 1 - 13, 2020
TT participants will be able to experience real life opportunities to teach at the AcroLove festival. The acceptance to TT will include a ticket to the festival, housing & food are not provided.
October 17 - 30, 2020
Residential training includes housing, 3 meals a day, green rolling hills & a full schedule of AcroYoga. Teachers will go over all aspects of being an Acro teacher from pedagogy to marketing.
October 19 - November 1, 2020
This AcroYoga TT intensive will give participants the tools to teach fundamentals of static acrobatic, partner body balancing, intro to seamless & dynamic AcroYoga transitions & creative process.

Acro Yoga Teacher Training All Around the World


Acroyoga and acrobatics teacher training is one of the highest level hands-on training one can attend in the field of partner acrobatics. There are two ways of looking at teacher training courses:


One is a career choice. After years of practicing acro yoga, attending workshops, immersions festivals and the occasional jam, you’ve realized that you want acro to be your vocation. You want to take it to the next level, to teach others what has been taught to you. You want to endow others with the physical and spiritual gift of acro.  


Second is a skill choice. As mentioned, a teacher training course is an intensive, high-level acro practice one can attend. And it goes beyond the physical challenge and skills-attained. Taking a teacher training gives you a much wider perspective on the whole partner acrobatics thing; how to communicate better with partners and spotters, how to construct a cohesive practice, how to warm up and cool down basically, how to be an even better practitioner. 


So, whichever your incentive is for taking an acroyoga teacher training course, you stand to gain…


  • Develop & diversify your skills
  • Understand flyers better (if you’re a base)
  • Understand bases better (if you’re flyer)
  • Achieve newfound confidence in your practice
  • Become the best spotter you can be
  • Be an active part of the global acro community
  • Your very own acroyoga teacher certificate


What to Consider When Choosing an Acro Teacher Training

The acro events universe is still miniature compared to the yoga one, but it’s growing and with it, the number of organizations offering a teaching certificate. So already it would be advisable to consider the different options when deciding to venture into the deep water of teacher training. Here are some pointers.


Prerequisites for the Training

Naturally, all training require you to have a certain level of experience and expertise in acroyoga and acrobatics and most organizations require you to have gone through a few of their lower-level ‘immersions’, ‘intensives’ or workshops. Some will also list specific moves and flows that you need to master in order to qualify like, hold a 30 seconds handstand, specific hand to hand or standing flows and sequences and so on.



Consider the price tag on the training you are looking into. Be ready for a considerable investment in your pursuit of an acroyoga/acrobatics teacher certificate. Keep in mind that some of the costs are just for the training while others include housing and food, much like an acroyoga retreat.


Size & Oomph of the Organization

This relates directly to your aspirations for taking this path - do you intend to make acro teaching your career or you are more into sharpening your skills and deepening your grasp of the craft? Your choice here is a combination of bragging rights and actual credence. If you’ve been following a certain organization or teacher it would only make sense to complete the move by getting your acro teaching certification from them. On the other hand though, it might give you scope and perspective to go with a different approach than the one you’re most familiar with.



For many, this consideration is a major one. If there are specific teachers you’ve been gaga over ever since you took had a workshop with them in an acro convention, this is your opportunity to get into deep with them. And even if not, looking over the teachers that will manage the training, researching their skills (an Icarian master; handstands specialists; washing machines artist...), should be a mighty important factor in your final decision.


Schedule & Duration

Some teacher training courses are held in one intensive stretch, while others break it down to modules. Depending on your availability and style, take this into consideration.


You Are One Step Closer to Your Own Acro Teacher Certificate

You are. Putting the wheels in motion by, for example, reading through this guide (!) means you have increased the likelihood of completing this move and actually taking part, and completing, acro yoga teacher training course. Keep coming back to check on trainings offered all around the globe.
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