WORKSHOPS

We are proud to be the host of a series of workshops that range from acrobatics, hand-balancing, movement and martial arts. 

NEURAL – BY GUILLERMO JUSTEL FEBRUARY 2022

What a fascinating weekend that we had with Guillermo who kindly shared with us a perceptual exploration into hand-balancing. Closed eyes, head positions, points of view, shoulder motions, tense and relaxed, orderly and chaotic, cognitive load & distractions, static and dynamic, internal and external challenges.. Thank you so much!

SOFT ACRO & TWISTED HANDSTANDS PART 2 – BY NAT DECEMBER 2021

Nat once again inspired us to explore an eclectic vocabulary of acrobatic movements, handstand variations  and twisting drills – high energy, innovative and fun as always. Looking forward to the next one already!

SOFT ACROBATICS & TWISTED HANDSTANDS – BY NAT WHITTINGHAM FEBRUARY 2019

With specific focusses on low-level tricks that favour precise coordination over strength, dynamic figures for hard floor, direction changes and weight transfer, conditioning for acrobatics and body alignment – Nat really did wrap up a high energy workshop that most certainly left us ALL with a smile on our face! We look forward to having you back soon!

WORKSHOPS COMING SOON…

HARRY BANKS

HAND-BALANCING WORKSHOP 3RD APRIL

Harry invites you to an exploration into the fundamentals of hand-balancing and what it takes to get upside down and stay there.

What are the prerequisites to balance and which variables can we play with?

How does our body/flexibility affect how we manage balance and how can we shape and influence this? What does it take to keep progressing and what role does play have?

COLIN MARSHALL

PRESS TO HANDSTAND WORKSHOP MAY 2022

So now you are getting to grips with your hand-balance…but can you press from the floor??

In this 3-hour workshop, Colin introduces you to the press to handstand which is a fascinating way to combine strength, flexibility and balance. The PTHS teaches you to move into your handstand without jumping, tucking or kicking up – it’s also a stepping stone towards skills such as stalder/straddle-L to handstand.