AcroYoga Solar Immersion with Erica & Juampi in Florianópolis

Event Details

Florianopolis AcroYoga Solar Acrobatic Immersion with Erica Montes & Juampi Travaglini
1st-4th May 2020

With the bad ass assisting team: Flutuantis Acroyoga, Sol Dandara Frota, Sofia Borje Cea, Gabi Dal Ponte & Marcelo Panetone


Let’s meet, play, train, learn and fly!!!

Five days of acrobatics: standing acro, L basing, Handstand training, Hand to Hand, washing machines, acrobatic sequences and a lot of fun!!

The Solar Immersion empowers students to realize their infinite potential through the powerful embodiment of acrobatic partnership.

Linear progressions and an emphasis on the art of spotting make learning advanced acrobatics safe, accessible, and fun. Confidence and coordination are developed in strength training and inversions, which pave the way for ease and grace in partner acrobatics. Acrobatic flying transitions are trained in groups – where we dedicate part of our training to work in same size groups and another part where we specialise in the roles of base and flyer for optimum learning curve.

After refining foundations, we will train more precise acrobatic work, such as foot-to-hand, hand-to-hand and standing acrobatics. Get ready to push past your own personal limits in a fun and safe environment.

This course fulfils an immersion pre-requisite for the AcroYoga International teacher training application.

◊ Solar AcroYoga Asana sequence – designed specifically for the acrobatic practice
◊ Strength training elements & AcroFit
◊ Handstand Training
◊ Spotting techniques
◊ Foot-to-hand & hand-to-hand training
◊ L-base acrobatics: washing machines, pops, trios
◊ Standing acrobatics
◊ Cool down techniques

Please review the prerequisites in this video:

…and if you are not sure if you are ready, just ask us and we support you and find a way to get you ready!


Espaço Encanto
Rua Laurindo Januário da Silveira 2308
Florianópolis – SC


– Full Immersion:
1st tier ticket: US$330
2nd tier ticket: US$360
3rd tier ticket: US$400

– Weekend: US$200
– Single day: US$100

◊ A payment plan can be offered of up to 5 instalments (last instalment must be paid 2 weeks prior to event start date at the latest)
◊ ◊ Alternatively it’s possible to pay a US$100 non refundable deposit to reserve your place


◊ Up to 6 weeks prior the event start date: full refund minus $50 processing fee.
◊ Between 6 weeks and 2 weeks prior the event start date: 50% back.
◊ Two weeks before the event start date or during event: no refund, no credits, no exceptions.
◊ Deposit payments are non refundable


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Erica Montes (SYT) first worked with the body though performance art, acrobatics and theatre. She first encountered Yoga and meditation as a teenager and, after years working as an actor, found a common ground between her intensely disciplined theatre work and Eastern practices that promote mindfulness through physical motion. Erica completed her 500 hour Yoga certification with the renowned Edward Clark’s Tripsichore Yoga. She is a Thai massage therapist, a certified level 2 and AcroYoga immersion instructor – as well as a mentor for other teachers. Originally from Brazil, Erica lives in London and have been teaching internationally since 2008.

Juampi Travaglini grew up in the mountains, in the country side. He began finding balance on top of horses even before he learned how to walk on his feet. The practice of Volting was his initiation at acrobatics and he’s been learning Gaucho’s (Argentina’s cowboy) skills since childhood.
Martial arts, cycling, hikking and dance were introduced to him as a teenager. Yoga and circus arts blew his mind in his 20s. At circus school he specialised in handbalancing and mixed acrobatics – and practiced skills like juggling, aerial, clowning and body expression as part of his journey.
Juampi discovered Acroyoga at a circus convention and fell in love with the practice and the global acro family. Now he travels teaching handstands and acrobatics worldwide. The beautiful thing about this – he finds – is that he’ll never stop being student.