An Acroyoga Tale: Gypsy On The Road

AcroYoga combines yoga, healing arts and acrobatics. Basically stop chasing shadows just enjoy the ride kind of feeling and is done with a partner.

Being a 200hr Asana Yoga Teacher myself, I know the importance of yoga in our dynamic life. I understand how important it is for me to sit down and breathe every day for 20-30 minutes and do a 45 minutes yoga session or how I call it soul searching and only concentrate on my own being.

Freedom comes as the cruelest beauty where ones wilderness or spiritual calmness merge in a dot.

Maybe you’ve seen some epic photos in a yoga magazine of two smiling yogis balancing effortlessly on each other’s feet or hands in some exotic location. Perhaps, upon seeing this, you’ve thought to yourself, “That’s impossible! I could never do that.”
Please allow me to let you in on a little secret: Yes, you can. And you got the perfect example that everything is possible, when we talk about yoga. It looks so complex from outside, but it’s so simple when you find that inner strength inside your body and soul

Acroyoga is a combination of acrobatics and yoga performed between two partners. One partner is the base while the other is the flyer. The base supports the flyer in a series of movements that combine balance, strength and acrobatics.

You may have seen Hanhah Haller’s fascinating yoga poses on Instagram, or you may know her like the  girl behind gypsyon_, a social media account dedicated to acroyoga, a new field of yoga that interferes with acrobatics and is done with a partner. Hannah has been practicing acroyoga since 2015, and currently travels around the globe to share her experience and movements. She demonstrates her practice on Instagram through photos and videos that feature her acroyoga partner and boyfriend Pablo and their dog Nalu.

These couples work together on a clear mind and a smooth body. The moves are certainly smooth, just look at these impressive and yet a tad of sexy photos.

Hannah and Pablo’s fun approach to acroyoga keeps everyone smiling while maintaining a focus on safety, slow strengthening movement, intention, connection, and breath. 

Harmony, simplicity and complexity.

Calm and dynamic.

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Throw yourself in the sky, because you are born to fly free.

Artistic body movements done everywhere with anyone.

Artistic way of monkeying around with friends. Acroyoga when is done with 2 to 4 people.

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Playfulness with friends around the airport.

Breathe deeply, you will be flying before you know it.

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Boosting strength, body awareness and a enchanting show .

This the what I call the perfect handstand.
Handstand posture, can take you to different places when done properly, but this one is just impressive .

Contraction and flexibility.

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Headstand, is often referred to as the king of all yoga poses.


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Surround yourself will people who are only going to lift you higher.

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Focus on today and keep practicing, allow your practice to come from a place of gratitude.

Acroyoga represents much more than gestures dancers, helps in body awareness ( kinesthetic awareness) and motor coordination, strengthens your core of course let’s not forget relaxation. It’s perfect for those who do not like gyms or indoor places, for those who want to exercise outdoors, at any time, and remember: you only need a rug and a company to release endorphins and transform your day into something magical.

“The meaning of life is to find your gift, the purpose is to give it away.”- Pablo Picasso

Now, carry on and share this with your Acroyogini.

Source: Gypsyon__