Low Flow on Static Pole
During this workshop we focus on concepts and techniques which are targeted to help you becoming a more fluid and aware mover. You are going to learn a little flow sequence based on which we examine the foundations of connected movement. The overall aim of this experience is to think less and feel more.
This workshop is taught on a static pole and focuses on so called Low Flow. Experience of at least 10 weeks of beginners pole classes is advisable.
What to bring: Layers such as leggings, leg warmers, knee pads, socks, top and/or shirt are highly recommended. If you want to be kind to your body, cover at least your feet and knees, and if you’re not used to roughness on your shoulders, cover them too.
Also don’t forget your water. You’ll want to stay hydrated whilst we move, move, move.
Flow on Spinning Pole
A spinning pole let’s us look as if we’re moving even if we’re in a static hold. During Gyre we learn how to use this feature to our advantage. Besides that we focus on methods that help you link various elements in a cohesive manner. With very minimal effort we can create intriguing flows.
This workshop is taught on a spinning pole and can contain both Low Flow and aerial elements. Experience of at least 10 weeks of beginners pole classes is advisable.
What to bring: For some elements it might be best to wear knee pads, socks, a top and/or a shirt. Leggings are always good to have in your bag too, but might not be needed.
Also don’t forget your water. You want to stay hydrated whilst we move, move, move.
The Art of Movement and Floor Work
Floor Flow® is a movement experience that connects you to the beauty, fun, and benefits of floorwork. For a more detailed description and an example video, head over to the dedicated Floor Flow® section.