Acroyoga in Copenhagen with Camilla and Iris and Julia from the Akroyoga København association

What is acro yoga?

Acro yoga is a combination of the cooperation and connection from partner acrobatics & the presence of yoga. It is a form of movement, where you develop your ability to trust other people, your own body awareness, strength, flexibility, and balance. It all takes place in a safe and fun way (smiles and laughs guaranteed!) while you get close to other people!  

What do we offer?

On this page you can read more about what you for example can book us for. We teach at bachelorettes/bachelors parties, we do acro yoga for companies and associations, private classes, public classes and workshops, and so much more. You can be inspired on this page and if you want to hear more about our prices or book us for your next event or for a private class, feel free to write me at hello@camillamia.com .

Acro yoga for your event

Are you having a bachelorettes/bachelors party, a birthday party, a company excursion or something completely different in mind, then acro yoga can be such a fun activity to do to your event! You will have an experience you will remember! We will create a program that fits exactly your group and the theme of the day, regardless of your previous experience with yoga or other types of movement. The price will vary depending on the size of your group and transportation.

For prices contact me at hello@camillamia.com .

1:1 (2:1) acro yoga coaching

If you’re wanting private coaching, whether it’s acroyoga, or handstands, I can create a session that fits exactly you (and your acroyoga partner)’s needs and wishes. Perhaps you’re wanting to get the fundamentals in place, maybe you’re experiencing challenges that you want to specifically focus on, or perhaps something else entirely. Regardless of your wishes I can develop a session or a series of sessions tailored to you. A private class can be shared with 1 other friend/family member or colleague.

For prices contact me at hello@camillamia.com .

Acroyoga Teachers

A little bit about myself and my co-teacher Julia.

Who are we?

Julia and I met through the acroyoga community in Copenhagen at the weekly sunday acro yoga jams. In August 2019 I (Camilla) participated in a month long acro yoga and standing acrobatics teacher training with Partner Acrobatics.

Camilla acroyoga teacher and physiotherapist student in Copenhagen

Camilla

@camillamiia

I am a yoga, acroyoga, and handstand teacher. I have practiced acro yoga since 2016 and regularly teach the weekly sunday classes in the association Akroyoga København and at various festivals, such as Roskilde Festival. You can find my facebook page here.

 

Julia acroyoga teacher and physiotherapist student in Copenhagen

Julia

 

Julia is a dancer and an acroyogi. She has practised acro since 2011 and finds the fusion of dance and acroyoga fun and inspiring. She regularly teaches the weekly sunday classes in the association  Akroyoga København, and at various festivals, such as Roskilde Festival.

Acroyoga Picture Gallery

Julia and Camilla doing an acroyoga pop showing what acroyoga teaches people - namely to trust each other.

Acroyoga in Spain - yoga and acroyoga classes in Copenhagen, Denmark

An acroyoga pose with passive flexibility splits

Reverse star acroyoga position

Complete handstand guide picture of Camilla handstanding on a bridge overlooking the volcanoes surrounded Late Atitlan in Guatemala

Hand connection at partner acrobatics and standing acrobatics training in Spain to become acroyoga teachers

Camilla, Iris, and Louise performing an acroyoga trio pose demonstrating what acroyoga is

acroyoga mono-limb in reverse star

Camilla doing a straight line handstand and dealing with the fear of handstand

Z lift standing acrobatics

Acroyoga shoulderstand picture

Lady base and male flyer doing a mono-limb at partner acrobatics teacher training

Standing acrobatics / acroyoga where Camilla is lady basing Emily in a hand-to-hand

akroyoga københavn star pose

An acroyoga counterbalance where two people lean away from each other

Acroyoga pose throne by Camilla in Copenhagen