Monkey Business- Acroyoga Workshop
Sunday 4th of June 17.00-19.00
PLAYPEN -Healing Fields
Join an exciting and invigorating AcroYoga workshop led by experienced teachers Nik and Elena.
During this workshop, you will learn the fundamentals of AcroYoga, including partner balancing, inversion and therapeutic flying. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced practitioner, Nik and Elena will guide you through a fun and engaging practice that will leave you feeling energized and connected.
Nik and Elena’s teaching style is warm, approachable and supportive. They are passionate about creating a safe and inclusive environment for all participants to explore the transformative power of AcroYoga.
Come ready to play, learn, and connect with others in this unique and dynamic practice!
Whether you are a seasoned practitioner or a complete beginner, you will be guided through a practice that will challenge and inspire you.
So come and join us for a fun and exciting workshop that will leave you feeling energized and empowered!
Elena has recently moved to Malta from Kyiv (Ukraine) and she is a 300 hour registered Yoga alliance teacher and a Barre instructor. Her main goal as a Yoga teacher, is to help students cultivate a deeper sense of connection and harmony with themselves and the world around them.
Niksa was born in Rijeka, a Croatian city knows for being a crossroad of different cultures, nationalities and religions. He lived in several countries before settling in Malta, and likes to think of himself as a citizen of the Mediterranean. He is a 200 hours Yoga alliance registered teacher with 6 years AcroYoga experience.
Elena and Nik, both have a very deep passion for movement as a tool to enhance a person’s cognitive, physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.
They have developed a teaching style that is gentle, supportive, and focused on self-discovery.
No matter your fitness level, their classes are designed to meet you where you are and help you deepen your practice.
Nik and Elena believe that Acroyoga is a journey of self-discovery, and their aim is to create a space where students can explore, in a safe environment, their physical, mental, and emotional edges, with curiosity