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Pris: 325 SEK

Intro to AcroYoga: Therapeutic Flying & Thai Yoga Bodywork

Curious about those friends you see flying upside down or looking for new ways to stretch & decompress?

Ready to take your yoga practice to new heights in a safe and supportive environment?

Join us in this foundation level workshop that focuses on the healing, connecting and transforming practice of AcroYoga’s Therapeutic Flying & traditional Thai Yoga techniques. Learn to breathe together, build trust and play! Strengthen aspects of communication, loving-kindness & fun, all later reinforced in the acrobatic side of the practice.

Level: Open to all levels. No need to come with a partner as we will all be working together.

Time: 18:00-19:30

Place: Homie Fitness, Skeppargatan 28, 114 52 Stockholm

Requirements: An open mind. No experience in fitness training or yoga is required.

Price: 325 SEK Drop in and 220 SEK if you invest in a 10 class pass.

To sign up: email

An internationally renowned performer and choreographer for over 25 years with a degree in Movement and Exercise Science, Josie Say brings a vast background of knowledge, skill and experience to the Harrison AntiGravity® Hammock. One of the first vernacular jazz revivalists in the early ’90s, known for her fusion of classic and contemporary urban dance styles, Josie studied and worked with lindy hop pioneer/Tony Award winner, Frankie Manning, and founded the collective, Harlem Soul. Josie is a Master Instructor Trainer for AntiGravity® Fitness and  Program Director for AntiGravity® Restorative Yoga and Aerial Yoga, working directly with founder and mentor-in-flight, Christopher Harrison. She is also a certified instructor in AcroYoga, AcroFit, Vinyasa Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Restorative Yoga, Thai Yoga Bodywork, Grounded Aerial Bungee, The Ring Thing, Mat Pilates and Yoga Tune Up Therapy Ball Practitioner. Josie continues to expand on her love of yoga, dance and aerial arts in her Invert Every Day project. When not teaching or performing, Josie is most likely to be found training handstands or photographing the best in live music. “Upside down is right side up and ice cream makes everything better.”

Most welcome!