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Theres a reason Flow is the highest rated yoga brand around Austin and Cedar Park. With 700+ classes to choose from, we have the widest range of classes from beginner to advanced and everything in-between from some of the top instructors in the country. With the highest studios on every side of Austin and Cedar Park, Flow has a location near you.

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12 Jun
At Flow Yoga Westgate
Intro to Acro - Austin Yoga Event

Intro to Acro is a six-week beginner Acroyoga class. In this course, you will learn the physical skills and language needed to practice and play Acro! You will be introduced to some of the many modalities of partner acrobatics and learn a foundation to practice and develop your skills safely during and beyond the course. Come engage in this powerful movement practice and take part in the worldwide movement that is Acro! Do I need a partner? No need to bring your own partner, as we will be practicing in groups in class. Of course, you are welcome to come together as well! What is AcroYoga? AcroYoga or "Acro" is the art and joy of lifting each other up! It is the exploration of creating shapes and exploring movement with two or more people. We take the roles of Basing: being connected to the ground, Flying: being lifted or balanced in the air, and Spotting: supporting our bases and flyers in safely creating their movements and poses. We will all have time to explore each of these roles! Anyone can Base, anyone can Fly, and everyone can Spot! Acro is also an exploration of play, movement, power, balance, connection, and communication. We will learn to tap into our inner joy of movement and communication through our words and bodies and learn to access our own power and balance through this practice. There are many modalities of Acro including L-basing (with the base laying on the ground) Standing Acro (where the base is in a standing position), Counterbalances (where we make shapes that are dependent upon each other's balance and connection), and Thai-fly, a healing and restful modality where we use our bodies' mechanics and connection to stretch, massage, and restore our partners and ourselves. We will be primarily exploring L-basing acro, but you will be introduced to each one of these modalities in this course! About the Teachers Maxx Speller has been practicing acro since 2018. He loves the feeling of connection with one another and grace and power within oneself that he has learned through this practice, and is driven to bring that knowledge to as many people as are willing and interested. He believes acro can be a universal language of movement that can be practiced by anyone with experience around the world regardless of language or origin. He also believes the play and creativity within the practice keep our minds young and our bodies healthy. He is the founder of the South Austin Acro Community group and opens the Monday night Acro jam at Flow Yoga every week ( come play! ) Moon Davies brings the duality of calm groundedness as well as upbeat excitement to the acro space! She loves the intentional exploration of grace, flow and strength. One of the most powerful lessons Moon is learning is that incremental practice can and does make a difference in life as well as in acro, and shares this lesson with others when she plays. For her, being a part of the Austin acro community has been profoundly life-changing; here she has (unexpectedly) found purpose, opportunity, and contribution along with joy, confidence, self-development, and wonderful friendships. She is thrilled at giving back to the community that has given her so much. Brent Cotton has a burning passion for the community element of acro yoga and drives to bring that wholesome sense of community and belonging to as many people as possible. He is a helpful contributor to many acro events and jams throughout Austin and is a member of the Austin Acro Advocates nonprofit. The acro community has been a second family to him.

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Highest Rated In Texas

Theres a reason thousands of students have called Flow their second home for nearly a decade. Come experience yoga that makes you feel at home.

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Carolina

Has 18 years of teaching yoga, meditation and wellness in over two dozen countries. Previously Carolina was a marketing executive for Microsoft and Wellness Director for Royal Caribbean. At Flow, Carolina is known as the crazy Brazilian with the funny accent that everyone loves, with a unique and creative approach to her classes. She's the face of the community that puts in the time with anyone that walks in the door.

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Fennis

Previously she was the Finance Director for The Global Fund for Women, a leading foundation for women's human rights. Fennis immigrated to the US from Taiwan as a child. She holds a Masters in Nonprofit Administration and a Masters in Women's Studies. At Flow, Fennis brings her Taiwanese heritage and Chinese medicine knowledge into her classes. She's the heart and the gentle calming voice in the community.

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Kimberly W

Kimberly is an E-RYT 500 certified yoga instructor. As an actor in NYC, she used the Ashtanga Primary series for warm-up before every stage performance. Yoga was, for her, the key to breath support and presence. So in 2002, she began her jo... Read More

Jared

I was first introduced to yoga in 2002, and quickly discovered the awesome blend of physical, mental, and spiritual practice that would facilitate a greater maintenance of health throughout my life. Years of poor posture and unconscious hab... Read More

Gina

I grew up in Tyler, TX and have lived in Austin since 2000. I attended the University of Texas at Austin where I received my Bachelor of Science and Business Foundations Degree. In 2012 I received my 200 hour certification to teach Yoga and.... Read More

Jenn Wooten

Jenn is a certified yoga therapist and yoga educator who has studied yoga and mindfulness for over 20 years. Her teaching style focuses on embodiment, functional movement, joy and resilience.The core of her teaching is helping people cultiv... Read More

Melanie

Melanie is a certified yoga instructor, active runner and a P.E. instructor for grades K-5th. She is a wife and mother of 2 kids. She completed her yoga teacher training in 2014, at Flow Yoga with Kat McCool and Erinn Lewis, and began shari... Read More

Mehtab

Mehtab is a life-long practitioner of Kundalini Yoga, a Vedic Astrologer, and an internationally renowned Gong teacher. He leads Kundalini Yoga teacher trainings in North America, conducts gong trainings in the US, South America, Europe, As... Read More

Siri Bahadur

Siri Bahadur began his practice of Kundalini Yoga in 1974 and has found the art and science of this style of yoga to be one of constant unfolding discovery. His passion is sharing by teaching, fed by the Kundalini premise of realizing the c... Read More

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