Thaï Acro series, Koh Yao Noi, South Thaïland, 8-11 Feb 2016
Martin Kvist, founder of flyinghighacrobatics.com & Vanille Siméon from themaitrimovement.com are offering a series of Acro workshops in Koh Yao Noi, near Phuket.
Feb 8th: Inversions & Handstands MasterClass
Feb 9th: Balance & Counterbalances
Feb 10th: Playfuls flows
Feb 11th: Building up trust and confidence
Partner acrobatics, handstands and therapeutic flights; the magic blend. Fun drills and playful tricks, yes, and a lot! And beyond the tricks, an exloration of our capacity to listen, open up and connect. Upside down and inside out, we are basing our practice on authenticity and looking for balance and trust.
Yoga, acroyoga, meditation, positive psychology, massages, nature. A holiday of playfulness and mindfulness, weaving complementary disciplines to inspirit and liven up our capacities to develop our own play and establish strong foundations in our practice. All levels workshops
Fire up your senses and presence. This second week brings the light from inside out, awakening our authenticity and intuition to shape our lives positively. Take your acro practice to the next level and surrender to the powerful effects of mindful moves. Partner acrobatics, handstands, vinyasa flows & Yin yoga, positive psychology and meditation.
Teachers: Martin Kvist, Vanille Siméon & Pénélope Baudoin
Four teachers, Pénélope Baudoin, Vanille Siméon, Martin Kvist and Mélanie Jouen. Four different backgrounds and complementary practices, for 5 days of fun, relaxation and fresh energies in a stunning old farmhouse surrounded by nature in Southern France.
The programme included Hatha, Yin & Vinyasa yoga (asanas / pranayama), acroyoga & partner yoga, different techniques of concentration, relaxation, meditation and positive psychology.
Breathing our way to better diving and enhancing our time beneath the surface!
‘Prana’ refers to the universal life force traveling throughout the body and ‘ayama’ means to lenghten. Pranayama is the yogic practice of regulating the breath. It maintains the health of all body systems and encourages a more balanced integration of body and mind.
This series of workshops was specifically for divers and free divers, and designed to optimize their breath and boost their bottom time !
Black Pearl Balance Yoga, The Maldives
Taking place on an amazingly restored 18th century sailing boat, this series of workshops challenged our sense of balance and strenghtened your core during our Vinyasa flows, while the deep turquoise Maldivian seas provided a nourishing and inspiring environment for our Yin practices.
The sound of the waves and the gentle rocking melted our hearts, the amazing sunsets left us with sparkly eyes.
Vinyasa, Acroyoga, Yin, Pranayama and Meditation daily classes at Angkor Zen Meditation and Yoga Retreat Center, located a few kilometers from the Angkor Wat Temples.
Getting some inspiration and fresh perspectives on cultural heritage!
Deep Tissues Massages & Relaxation at Le Phare Circus, Cambodia
Le Phare, The Cambodian Circus Company, has quickly become one of Cambodia's top rated entertainment shows. Their modern and multiplisciplinary performances are thematically infused with Cambodian history and culture. In November & December 2014, the young athletes were offered weekly deep tissue sports massages to release tension, reduce pain, prevent injuries and shorten recovery time. They were also taught basics breathing exercices to activate their parasympathetic nervous systems, induce relaxation and better manage stress and tension.
Empowering local communities, Social Yoga for Khmer ladies
From November to December 2014, volunteer yoga workshops were delivered on a weekly basis to Khmer ladies, in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The classes aimed at building a local conscious community, creating the opportunity to share yoga and insights about the role of women in the contemporary Cambodian society. A gathering of like-minded international yoga teachers shared the vision of educating and empowering Khmer women to train and eventually become yoga teachers themselves. Taking yoga back to the roots of social service and karma yoga!