New York City, NY
AcroYoga Summer Festival: Kula Lila NYC
This gathering welcomes students of ALL LEVELS for an experience that illuminates the power of community and the magnetism of the heart. Join AcroYoga teachers from all around the Northeast for a full day of workshops by donation on Saturday. Workshop topics cover the full spectrum of AcroYoga and celebrates the diversity of our community of teachers.
We encourage everyone to gather at Sheep’s Meadow in Central Park on Sunday for an outdoor AcroYoga jam on a grand scale! Share your love for the practice in mother nature’s studio . . . weather permitting.
Seal the experience on Sunday evening at our Bodywork Decompression Party. We will transform Om Factory’s Flight School into a Bodywork Temple — a chill space to exchange healing touch, Thai massage and therapeutic flying to nurture those sore and happy bodies.
Please visit our Official Website for specific details about the event, location and registration details.
And check out our FB Event Page to connect with others who are attending!
Saturday, August 18th | Om Factory – Fashion District | Suggested Donation: $25 per session / $75 for day
Opening Circle: 9:00am
Session 1: 9:30-11:15am
Session 2: 11:30-1:15pm
Session 3: 3:30-5:15pm
Closing Circle: 5:30-6:00pm
Online registration for classes begins on August 10th. Students will have an opportunity to review class topics and teachers at this time.
AcroYoga blends the wisdom of yoga, the dynamic power of acrobatics, and the loving kindness of healing arts. These three lineages form the foundation of a practice that cultivates trust, playfulness, and community. Build upon the framework of cultivating skillful partnership, AcroYoga provides a vehicle to explore positive and supportive relationships with an emphasis on honest, clear and compassionate communication. The practice inherently creates a strong bond and fosters a sense of community amongst participants. Jenny Sauer-Klein and Jason Nemer co-founded the practice in 2003 which has since touched the lives of hundreds of thousands of people worldwide.