What makes Sarah an Acro SuperHero?
I have a passion for baseing and flying with an intermediate practice in both. This allows me to work with a variety of people in both roles creating a well-rounded practice and teaching experience. I also love to work on refinement and smooth motion. Getting down to the nitty-gritty of each flow and working out all the kinks.
Sarah's superpowers as an Acro Teacher:
Safety comes first, emotional and physical both. I love working progressions with an emphasis on spotting to give accessibility to more advanced moves and flows. I feel like fun can reign free when everyone is in an environment that they feel safe and comfortable in. I aim to provide that in each of my classes.
What type/style of Acro does Sarah teach?
I love teaching washing machines, creative flow and beginner Acro as well as general movement and body awareness.
Sarah's current Acro offerings:
I currently am available to teach private classes and can be found at Jams and subbing for teachers in the Calgary Acro community.
What to expect from Sarah's classes:
I am all about co-creating. Working in a partnership to fine tune and find attunement with one another.
How does Sarah incorporate social justice themes into their Acro offerings?
I put emphasis on safety both physical and emotional. I put an emphasis on gentle speech, inclusion and boundaries.
My journey into movement began years ago with sports and fitness then expanded into yoga and Acro yoga. My first teacher training was for ashtanga yoga and since then I have taken numerous workshops for yoga, Acro yoga, movement and hand balancing. I also have a passion for personal development and have a plethora of self-improvement courses under my belt from conflict resolution to leadership. What I love about Acro and hope to share with the world is the amazing connection and community available. Working with others to create intricate movement and flows I find to be rewarding in so many ways and I love sharing it with others.