Great for an encyclopedia of Acro Skills such as washing machines, flows, pops and whips for those times you need inspiration or remember learning something but, can’t quite remember how it goes. Also, a budding social network for all the Acro lover’s out there.
Best thing about this resource is the variety of awesome teachers from different backgrounds with endless opportunities of things to learn
Great for beginners interested in therapeutic and acrobatic L-basing and flying with a softer, more spiritual approach
Best thing about this resource is the worldwide network and community of AcroYogi’s
Great for insight of what is possible with solid foundations and technique
Best thing about this resource is their philosophy of drilling the basics hard and breaking down new skills to basic elements while having fun and being safe which can be clearly seen on their awesome FB page
Great for handstands and hand to hand balancing from an acrobatic perspective for all levels
Best thing about this resource is the skillful progressions for improving and understanding technique and the fun stick figure characters
Great for the ultimate Acro Manual for partner acrobatics from the superstar trio Niko Douwes, Emily Baxter and Lorenzo Becchi. Super easy to navigate information includes something for every level including: Hands grips, partner drills, inversions, Acro L-basing beginner to advanced, Acro standing basics, intermediate/advanced and Trios.
Best thing about this resource is they are constantly updating and adding new tricks featuring different Partner Acrobatics teachers
Great for inspiration for pushing your own boundaries from an eclectic group of slackliners, acroyogi’s and yogi’s brought together by their love of Acro among other things
Best thing about this resource is their YouTube channel that you could easily sit and watch for hours combining adventure, fun and environmentalism with their Acro practice
Use these resources as a reference for your practice if needing refreshing on technique, clarity or inspiration. It’s advised not using these resources as a checklist of tricks when working with your partner. If practicing at home, follow the appropriate progressions to minimize injury, frustration and burnout. To really learn new skills or refine your practice, I highly recommend training with a qualified and skilled teacher.