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Base pose

Flyer pose



About the Pose

A really good pose to practice after the Front Bird and a good way to combine it with many other poses, creating nice flows! Just be creative :)

❌ Don't forget your arms! Remember, more points of contact = better stability. In Throne, you need the arms in line and shift most of your weight into them!
❌ Communication is key! Squeeze the hand side that you want to release or shift weight. Sometimes words are confusing or less informative than a touch, where is right/left when you are upside down?
Shortcut: flyer in a sumo squat pose and base feet on the "thought" (thigh/butt) of the flyer! Push strong in the arms and lift! Afterwards, you probably need to adjust the feet' position of the base.
🔚 Exit 1: Throne -> standing. Base grab the flyer's ankles,  bend knees towards the chest and release the ankles once the flyer is touching the floor.
🔚 Exit 2: Throne -> Front Bird. Base bend knees, flyer place feet on base's shin. Connect the hands slowly. Base release one leg at a time looking for Front Bird position.

About the Courses

AcroYoga is an amazing way of combining sports (strength, flexibility, balance, mobility) with fun and networking with others, may be partner, best friend or even a new one!

If something awake within you as you show pics and videos of AcroYoga, do not be afraid and just try! We have plenty of materials in our website, Youtube and as well Instagram.

Feel free to reach us via email or just direct message in Instagram, we are more than happy to answer your doubts and give you some recommendations to start or continue your journey into AcroYoga and Yoga:

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As well if you already started your way into AcroYoga, and want to learn more! Feel free to reach us out, we offer AcroYoga and Yoga retreats, workshops, and regular classes in Spain (Sitges, Barcelona) and Portugal (Cascais, Lisbon). Whether you want to start your way into AcroYoga or deepen your practice, that is your place!

No partner or prior knowledge required.

Remember to practise always with safety and if possible, with a spotter and/or teacher! And of course: keep practising and enjoying!