Dear Acro friend,
Has this lockdown lasted long enough for you now?
Healthy and sane enough to fly, play, train, laugh and enjoy life?
Ticking the country side in Friesland of off your bucket list?
Enjoying loads of time, rather than having a full agenda?
Low on budget, yet high on motivation to move?
Then the Frisian Acro Chillout might be the experience for you.
Last year this experiment attracted 30 like-minded movement enthusiast. A setting was organized where we, as friends, can be, meet and play. A space where there is no difference between teachers and students. Sharing tricks for the future and insights from the past. Enjoying 3 meals a day and helping out with things that need to be done in an organic manner. Where having no agenda results in receiving impressive pop-up workshops being offered by unexpected talents.
In a beautiful farmhouse just outside Leeuwarden we have the availability of a huge barn with 2 levels, a smaller building to sleep in, eat or do massage and yoga, and even an outdoor pool, jacuzzi and sauna. And off course there is plentiful grassland surrounding the buildings to play outdoors.
Being together as a group, and think and speak about the future that lies ahead. To exchange ideas that might help other acro yogis whether that be in their acro or in their general life. Or to just hang by the camp fire and enjoy the wine that you brought yourself. Some of you might want to bring in some workshops of various kinds, while others might just want to be present. Letting it all happen as the weekend unfolds.
A budget price, to cover the expenses of renting mats, get in some toilet and showers, and provide food, is estimated to be roughly 35-40 euro per 24 hours. Limited to a number of 30 participants we wish to keep it cosy and intimate, rather than action packed and crowded.
If the above resonates with you, then please check out the Facebook event page, show that you are interested, or even better, get in touch.
Looking forward to see your smiling face, end of August, in the north of the Netherlands.