AcroYoga Tutorial: Tumbleweed Transition

July 15, 2016    BY Chris Loebsack & Brian Davis

This transition, tumbleweed, is a "washing machine," meaning that after you do the cycle once, you can practice it again and again: wash, rinse, repeat. It will follow a couple of poses you may have learned before in Chris and Brian's previous AcroYoga classes (star, foot to hand, backfly transition to star). 

This advanced five-minute tutorial will be broken down into three-parts: a silent demo, a breakdown of what the base and flyer are doing, and lastly, a demonstration with a spotter. Tumble on!

Audio and video downloads are available for Digital Members.

Chris Loebsack
Chris Loebsack, 500 E.R.Y.T, fell in love with yoga in 1995 and began teaching in 2003. Chris uses the power of yoga to create a space for students that cultivates trust, playfulness and Divine connection with themselves and with community. Living by her mantra, Clarity, Integrity and Love, she draws upon her partner yoga practice to share the healing power of touch and safe intimacy.

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Brian Davis
Brian Davis began practicing yoga as a form of physical therapy and rehabilitation after a serious injury in 2002. Brian became a yoga teacher in 2011 and an AcroYoga teacher in 2014. He has been teaching all over the country and around the world. When he is not lifting someone up in the air, he is renovating houses.


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