Tuesday March 31, 2020

A tumbling experience

Acrobatic yoga melds contrasting disciplines to produce an activity that will challenge the most limber individual, writes Jasper Winn.

20th July, 2014
Acrobatic yoga: develops core strength and body awareness.

You get to feel like you're a kid again, it's fun, it's joyous, you laugh so much. Bryana Tunder has been laughing a lot through the morning. We all have. For the two hours of Deirdre Murphy's acrobatic yoga class, eight of us have been - well - just playing in the sun in Dublin's Iveagh Gardens.

Melding yoga and acrobatics into one dynamic activity, the asanas and stretches we've performed in a circle on...

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