Tanja: After stumbling into an AcroYoga Workshop in 2014 I got so excited that I couldn’t sleep for many nights. That excitement made me involve myself into building up the Zürich AcroYoga community, attend workshops, become a part of an Indian AcroYoga community in Delhi during my exchange semester (yes that’s where the Indian accent is from) and has finally led me to complete my AcroYoga International Level 1 Teacher Training in 2019. It keeps fascinating me how during AcroYoga strangers start trusting and uplifting each other in order to overcome boundaries and create things they never thought possible. That human connection which interests me in AcroYoga is also constituting a guiding principle in my professional life as a social anthropologist and in my hobby the Argentinian tango.
Lisa: I discovered AcroYoga in 2016 when I studied in California and my life has not been the same ever since. Movement and connection through AcroYoga makes me happy and always bringtens up my day - which is why I love to share it with others by teaching the fundamental principles and elements of this beautiful practice. I also teach Hatha Yoga and work as a Software Engineer.
Florentine: When I first stumbled upon AcroYoga during my studies in Sweden, it was love at first 'flight'. Not only back then, this playful way of human connection helped me to make friends in a foreign place. It also never fails to bring me back into my body and the present moment, no matter how stressful life becomes. While I dedicate my work as sustainability professional to some of society's most serious challenges, AcroYoga lets me live a childhood dream. In my teaching, I passionately share the essentials to this practice.