Acroyoga is a practice which brings together acrobatics, yoga and Thai massage. In addition to the exercise and strength building aspects of Acroyoga the partner balancing can improve concentration and the massage elements can provide stress relief. (Source: Wikipedia)
Delhi’s Acroyoga Gratification Chapter was started by Namrata Pamnani, the first Indian national to get teacher training certification, in 2014. Since then, a series of teachers and workshops have helped build a lively acroyoga community in Delhi.
Acroyogis “jam” regularly, meeting on the weekends to learn acroyoga in an informal way, without any formal teaching or exchange of money. If you’d like to learn more about jams, please read our post about it.
A great resource is the Acroyoga Delhi Facebook group. You should join this group to stay notified about jams, and start attending those on a regular basis. The Facebook page is at:
In addition, we keep posting about our regular workshops and events to this page, so please read on, our subscribe to our newsletter to get updates via email.
Courtesy post for our friends from Moving Yogis, for their upcoming workshop in Goa in March 2018. We are helping organise a group from Delhi as well, so email us if interested!
This first Immersion in the legendary acro community of Arambol, Goa will be hosted by Love Temple, Goa! Expect to dive in the full spectrum of AcroYoga… the safe & powerful fun of acrobatics in partnership (solar) will be balanced by the healing arts of Thai-Yoga massage and therapeutic flying (lunar).
Saturday January 13th 2018
9.00 AM – 11.00 AM
Free of cost
The acroyoga community in Delhi (see AcroYoga Delhi) is super active, and also a group of very nice people.
Two members of the group, Sebastian and Anuraag, have kindly agreed to lead folks through a mini-workshop on acroyoga safety and etiquette basics, so if you’ve been wanting to try acro, but weren’t sure how, this is a great opportunity.
Acroyoga jams provide an opportunity to practice and play with other acroyoga enthusiasts. They are unsupervised and unstructured – there is no facilitation, just people gathering to base, fly and spot.
Jams are not meant for teaching purposes, so to learn or upgrade your skills, you should attend acroyoga sessions with qualified teachers. Beginners are welcome to experience jams, but attending workshops is highly recommended.