Fons is teaching Partner Acrobatics in the whole of Europe. He started acrobatics when he was 36 years old.
Balancing, Tempo skills, Figure Building, Handstand training and Spotting.
My name is Hugo an I started acrobatics in 1994 with the daughter of a gymteacher.
I got the acro-virus after that and attended every acro weekend I could find.
I teach partner-acro/hand-to-hand at beginner and intermediate level, but I also like to share my comments on advanced tricks, banquine and more.
I hope you will come out and play!
Marion began her acrobatic career as a gymnast and Alexander as an olympic weightlifter.
In 1992 they also started doing acrobatics together in Munich. They founded the acrobatic group "formafortis", with which they performed internationally - mostly as duo, but also many times as trio or in collaboration with jugglers, dancers, singers, aerial artists... One of their speciality are adagio acrobatic tricks.
In parallel to their performing activities they built up and taught for 13 years an acrobatic group of 40 students at the university of Regensburg. In that respect they also organized 12 international acrobatic festivals.
In September 2012 they moved with their three children to Durham, UK.
With acrobats for parents Bart has done acrobatics for as long as he can remember.
At 16 he began training under professional acrobatics trainers.
He holds regular acrobatic classes in his home town, teaches at acrobatics festivals, gives workshops across Europe and organises acrobatics conventions.
When teaching his ethos is that everyone should have fun by improving and he finds it equally important to recognise what works, as well pointing out what could use a little "improvement" ;)
Neilon joins us from Brighton and will be teaching AcroYoga. He has been practicing for 5 years and is a Level 2 AcroYoga certified teacher.
His approach is fun and lighthearted with an eye for detail and a constant quest for understanding what makes things work.
Workshops be predominantly L-basing and will cover alignment, connection, transitions and washing machines.
Micheala likes to be lifted and thrown about. Scott likes to lift and
throw things. These are not just Acro teachers, these are M&S Acro
We started out with parkour and cheerleading but these days acro has
taken over. The joy of practising and teaching along with the amazing
people we meet has meant that acrobalance is fast becoming our lives.
Here is a nice quote from a new friend at a recent convention: "I
wanted to say thanks to you two in particular for training with me and
coaching me so much. You're both the perfect combination of really
knowledgeable and fun to be around."
Jaqui is a supportive yet challenging teacher. Her practice is both powerful and dynamic but she also encourages playful collaboration and connection.
Jaqui is a certified yoga, AcroYoga teacher and bodywork practitioner. She was one of the first certified teachers in AcroYoga and was partly responsible for introducing this new and exciting form to the UK. She has for the past years focused her energies on European acrobatics and is a keen base and flyer.