Using asana, at times solo or partner, we will begin to start thinking like an acrobatic. We are looking for things like hollow body, elongation, midline evaluation, lightness, tightness, and integration. We will start to train with elements of the handstand that really develop movement effeciency when balancing body weight upside down. Eric has trained with lots of acrobatic coaches and has been exposed to many different drills. Look forward to doing things slightly less yogi and more acrobatically but never void of either.
10am-11:30am Architectural Movement w/Eric Mamuzich
Free with The Yoga and Movement Sanctuary Membership
$16 Drop in
2pm-4pm Acrobatic Asana w/Eric
$10 w/Yoga and Movement Sanctuary Membership
$25 Drop in
About Eric Mamuzich:
Eric found yoga in 2008 comitting to a daily practice. He loved the sense of moving with purpose that he began to feel. Practicing solo movement for years he immersed himself in a yoga teacher training in Philadelphia. Not long after AcroYoga had found him. Within months Acro had taught him an absurd amount of information about movement through the body with efficiency. After diving into partner acrobatics he became certified to teach AcroYoga. He includes in his workshops the value learned from a strict daily partner practice. Factors like precision, alignment, tempo, speed and predictability make easier. So important is a keen partner connection with room for constant adjustment. The ability to use and develop your heightned sense of feeling goes very far in this practice. He loves dissecting, refining and teaching complex tricks. He credits yoga for allowing him to move slow through the proces of learning and understanding partner movement. Eric warns you that this practice can become addicting. It will also make you highly aware of yourself. You might not always like what you see but through a strict training regime and proper coaching you can always change the results!