THE BEST ACRO RESOURCES TO HELP YOU!
The Acroback is a custom 2-density foam wedge cushion that supports, protects and improves your acro basing ability! Ideal for beginners and experienced acroyogis alike this support wedge will transform your acro game and also help you avoid injuries!
Partner Acrobatics are one of the leading teaching communities in the acroyoga world. Here they have compiled many instructional and informative videos on various acroyoga moves from beginner to advanced! This free resource can be a great source of inspiration for your acro practice!
The Circus Dictionary as the name suggests comes from a circus background, and is a comprehensive list of circus skills, tricks and moves. As many moves in Acroyoga are inspired or taken directly from the circus arts you can find much crossover here with acroyoga moves, this is a free resource that can help you become the circus artist you’ve always dreamed of being!
CircusAid is a charity that supports refugees and those in desperate need by providing Circus equipment and trainings to marginalised communities and especially children. By purchasing this course you can learn some fun and simple acroyoga poses, and also support this amazing cause as all the profits directly support those in need!
AcroPedia is the wikipedia of acro, they have compiled many Acroyoga moves, washing machines, sequences and more, and they are categorised into various difficulty levels. This free resource like wikipedia allows use submissions so has a nice creative variety of acroyoga moves.
The Acro Map is a free digital map to help you locate acroyoga communities, teachers, studios and more wherever you are in the world! Simply type and search, or scroll around to find what you’re looking for.
If you’re interested to learn the solid foundations to building a great acroyoga practice then look no further! Ulu yoga teamed up with AcroSpirit to create a beginner course teaching you 20+ basic poses, many warm up exercises and plenty of the other skills and techniques such as communication, safety and more!
Fly High Yoga is an aerial yoga practice and a great way to fly when you don’t have an acro partner handy. This yoga practice builds strength, balance and gives plenty of inversion practice which all help to level up your acroyoga game! Several of the AcroSpirit Team are trained teachers in FlyHighYoga and you can find them on their website too!