Soft AcroYoga & Twisted Handstands with Nat Whittingham

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Soft Acrobatics and Twisted Handstands with Nat Whittingham.

In this class for Circus artists, Dancers, Acrobats, and keen movers, we will explore an eclectic vocabulary of acrobatic movements, playful handstand variations, and twisting drills.

Specific focusses will be on low-level tricks, suitable for hard floor, that favour precise coordination over strength. We’ll look at direction changes, weight transfer and counterweighting, as well as conditioning and alignment for acrobatics.

All of this will be in wrapped up a high energy workshop, with loud music, that will hopefully leave you with a smile on your face and some new movements and knowledge to do with as you wish!

Workshop open to all levels, but prior experience with floor acrobatics, will allow participants to get the most out of this workshop.

Suggested Pre-Requisites:
Forward roll, Backward roll, Cartwheel, Kick up to handstand.
Willingness to try new things and good attitude also a bonus!

Dublin Circus Project

Sat 15th and Sun 16th Feb.

50 Euros for 1 day
80 for both days.

Priority will be given to those booking for two days.

ONLY 11 places Available.


Booking is confirmed only on payment, and payment is taken through Paypal.

Email [email protected] if you have any questions, and if you want to book on!

Please email me when you send payment across 🙂

Nat Whittingham is a Circus Artist, Acrobat and Teacher from Cambridgeshire.
Originally trained as a Trampolinist before later studying Teeterboard at ESAC in Brussels, he is a versatile and experienced acrobat.

Picked up as an apprentice by Nofit State Circus at the age of 18, he toured internationally with their show ‘Bianco’ as well as ‘Block’ and ‘Open House’ and has worked with them ever since.
After his training at ESAC in Brussels, he worked extensively in the UK and Europe, with companies such as Cirk La Putyka, Pirates of the Carabina, Superfan/Ellie Dubois, and Compagnie Bivouac, as well as R&D work with Upswing Aerial and Punchdrunk.

In recent years he has focussed on solo floor acrobatics, fusing traditional gymnastics, contemporary floorwork and acrobatic research.
He is a teacher at Circomedia, for 2Faced dance Academy Dmitri, and Fourth Monkey Theatre School.

He teaches workshops internationally with his partner Gabbie Cook under the name Moving Through Acrobatics.
Together, they also run a contemporary circus company, Sneaky&Raptor