Intro to Acroyoga

Intro to Acroyoga

With Victoria & Lauren

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Saturday, December 17th – 4:30pm-6:30pm

Saturday, February 18th – 4:30-6:30pm


Acroyoga is a dynamic partner practice that blends yoga, acrobatics, and the healing arts. It is a way to exercise and connect with partners through movement & play. Our Acroyoga class will create a community by allowing you to use the body of others as support in order to grow trust and build connections. We believe this practice should be fun, lighthearted, and filled with laughter. Come join us for a creative and invigorating way to explore the body of yours and others.

No yoga or acroyoga experience necessary no partner is required to come to this class!

Victoria & Lauren, first learned about Acroyoga at a festival together – they have been hooked since that day. They practice together as often as they can, bringing new friends into the mix on a weekly basis.

$30 to pre register, $35 on the day of workshop.

Sign up on Stanton Street Yoga’s page: CLICK HERE then click “workshops” tab

Contact Victoria at benmussavictoria@gmail.com with questions.


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Victoria Benmussa

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Victoria has completed 200 hours of yoga teacher training and currently teaches at Stanton and Bhakti Center Studios. Victoria’s style of acroyoga focuses on connecting movement and breathing as a form of meditation. By learning how to move together and connecting our breath as one, acroyoga allows you to build trust. Victoria is more focused on the Lunar practice of Acroyoga – which focuses on healing, relaxing, and thai massage.


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Lauren Chang

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Lauren Chang’s background includes a variety of dance including ballet, hip hop, and African dance. She has been mentored in Acroyoga by Mendel Romanenko and Jonathan Rea. Lauren is more focused on the Solar side of Acroyoga, taking her practice mainly to festivals, beaches, and parks. By allowing an open community to be immersed in the experience of acroyoga, she aims to create a tangible sense of tribe and celebration. She believes acroyoga should be full of smiles, laughter, and joy.