Acrovinyasa with Steve Roberts



Interested in taking your practice from earth to air!?  This practice, which cultivates trust and community in a powerful way, consists of three elements: a vinyasa practice, inversion training and acroyoga.

Inspired by traditional yoga asanas and L-based acrobatic flying, this progressive flow includes both solo and partner practice.  The aerial part revolves around one partner (the base) supporting the other (the flyer) in flying through the air in a sequenced series of postures. A ‘spotter’ completes this trio by ensuring the flyer and base stay safe and properly aligned.  Roles will be alternated so you’ll have a chance to try all three if you like!  The vinyasa and inversion elements, which come before the aerial experience, strengthen and open the body, mind and heart for basing, flying and spotting.

Come and join this great opportunity to move beyond your solo practice by supporting, flying and laughing!

What’s on offer?

These four 2-hour workshops are offered as a series, but feel free to drop into one or a few if you can’t make them all!

Workshop 1:

Friday 6 January 6pm

Core, backbends and shoulder openers (prone sequence in the air)

Workshop 2:

Saturday 7 January 12pm

Balance like a queen, or king! (standing/seated sequence in the air)

Workshop 3:

Sunday 8 January 11am

Open your heart (supine sequence in the air)

Workshop 4:

Monday 9 January 6:30pm

Shift your perspective (inverted sequence and therapeutics in the air)

Attend the workshops seperate @ R250 each or come for the series @ R800.

Who’s it for?

All levels are welcome!

It may seem like quite a jump from your usual practice, but moving your yoga from earth to air (and the courage you need to draw on in the process) is what makes it fun and wonderfully transformative.

Who’s offering the workshop?

Steve Roberts acrovinyasa

Steve believes in the transformative power of both solo and partner practice to connect us with ourselves and others.

He’s taught in the States, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.  Along the way, he’s grown to love an accessible, strong and dynamic practice which is both grounded and lighthearted.

He has recently co-led a 200hr YTT in the Philippines, assisted at the Wanderlust Festival on the Sunshine Coast and delivered workshops in Myanmar.

What does the full ACROVINYASA Level 1 sequence look like?

Check this clip out to see what the full Level 1 sequence looks like.  Each workshop will be looking at certain chunks of this sequence.