Here you can find instruction videos of classes we teach at AcroYoga Moves!
If you have questions feel free to contact us. Or meet us during classes or workshops.
AcroYoga Beginners Videos
A beginners AcroYoga flow where you go through the following poses: Front Plank, Throne, F2S, S2F, F2S, Throne, Front Plank.
Base and flyer tips: Keep pressure in strong arms so it is easer to remove one leg for transitioning.
Base tip: Keep legs a bit bend to help flyer sit up straight when she wants to go to Throne.
This video covers the basic AcroYoga inversions.
CandleStick (Shoulders flyer on hands base & hands flyer on thighs base).
Supported Shoulderstand (Shoulders flyer on hands base & hands flyer on lower legs base).
Shoulderstand (Shoulders flyer on hands base & hands flyer on upper arms base).
Star (Shoulders flyer on feet base & hands flyer and base connected).
Free Star (Shoulders flyer on feet base & hands flyer and base disconnected).
AcroYoga Beginners+ Videos
Trapdoor Washing Machine
Reverse bird – Back Plank – Foot 2 Hand – reverse Bird
Base & Flyer: Strong arms in Reverse bird.
Base tip: Bring your feet on top of chest when flyer goes to F2H
Flyer tip: Keep straight when going from F2H to Reverse bird(base is tilting you)
Tumbleweed Washing Machine
Star – Back Plank – Foot 2 Hand – Star
AcroYoga Int / Adv Videos
4-step / 3-step / 2-step
The famous AcroYoga 4-step washing machine, stays in one plane. The video also shows harder variations by skipping steps. Watch the move to see 7 variations. Make sure you start with the normal 4-step.
Base tips: Keep pushing your flyer away form you with your legs and bend your legs to give your flyer space.
Flyer tips: Keep your shoulders in front of your hands when coming down from star as long as possible. Lift up you hips when the base needs to put a foot on the sacrum.
This is a washing machine made by AcroYoga Moves, we call it Down-up Down-up. It contains Ballerina’s, pops and reverse foot to hand.
Front Plank – Throne – Front Plank – Back Bird – Front Plank – Reverse Star – Front Plank.