June 27-30, 2024
If you are looking for a summer holiday filled with AcroYoga and community, you have come to the right place!
This is our summer weekend long residential retreat, a wonderful movement experience that combines holiday and AcroYoga training. We have a wonderful house surrounded by nature and a beautiful training hall. You can choose between different accommodation options ranging from a private room to a shared dorm.
Find out more details below.
Registrations open January 10, 2024
About this Retreat
During this weekend we will offer plenty of workshops, giving you the opportunity to discover the practice of AcroYoga and related disciplines like Handstands, Contact Games, Partner Exercises and Thai Massage. Our experienced teachers team is here to create a safe environment where playful and sustainable learning can flourish.
This is an all levels retreat, suitable for total beginners as well as AcroYogis who recently started or want to refresh their skills. We will be running two levels (beginner & intermediate) simultaneously which will give you the freedom to choose what you would like to learn.
We are staying at a wonderful historic holiday home which is located at the foot of the Alpstein and is surrounded by a private forest and a big meadow. Overlooking green hills, we will be training in a spacious training hall which is completely covered with tatami mats. In addition to the training facilities and nature, the house offers a chill-out room with table tennis, mini-foot and other games. For the whole retreat we will have the house to ourselves.
Luigi & Francesca
Francesca and Luigi are certified AcroYoga teachers from sunny Sicily, Italy, and driven by their passion for practicing and sharing AcroYoga around the world. Luigi is a Thai and Chinese massage (tuinà) therapist and taiji Chuan teacher with more than 10 years of experience and a Meditation teacher.
Francesca comes from the world of dance and is a psychologist who loves the special way in which AcroYoga connects people and enables them to support each other with an open mind, work on personal strengths and boundaries, and experiment with “being in the present moment”.
In their practice, they love to create fluid and elegant flows but also enjoy the energy of speed and tempo through whips, whip-pops, and Icarian games. They focus their training and teaching on small details and love to break down complicated moves with ease. They believe that practicing AcroYoga is a lucky opportunity to grow as human beings, to express one’s potential and to contribute to creating a community focused on sharing, supporting and enjoying life.
Annette is a multifaceted professional: Yoga and AcroYoga instructor, Movement Flow teacher, Ontologic Coach. With ten years of experience, she has been sharing her passion for movement across the globe. She believes in personal healing and transformation through movement and community, two things that AcroYoga brings together perfectly.
The retreat will be from Thursday 2pm to Sunday 1pm. In the mornings we dedicate ourselves to the practice of AcroYoga, learning exciting tricks, flows and inversions. The afternoons are more about playtime, group activities and being in nature. After a full day of movement we will round off the day by enjoying relaxing elements like Thai Massage or Yin Yoga.
08:00 – 09:00 Breakfast
09:00 – 09:45 Warm up
09:45 – 11:15 Workshop Round 1
11:15 – 12:45 Workshop Round 2
13:00 – 15:00 Lunch
15:00 – 16:30 Guided Training
16:30 – 18:00 Community Time
19:00 – 20:00 Dinner
21:00 – O.E. Therapeutics & Community activities
Please note that the actual schedule may might change depending on the weather or the needs of the group.
We will have a photographer on site who will capture your most glorious moments. This will be most likely during one of the afternoons where we go for a hike or spend time at the nearby lake or river. We also hired a private sauna for the retreat, wheere you can relax your body after a long day of training.
Three times a day we will have delicious vegan & vegetarian meals to recharge your batteries. There will be plenty of vegetables, plant-based protein like nuts and beans and lovingly prepared desserts to round off the menu. We will have our own local chefs from the area cooking for us.
How to get there
The shortest route is via Gossau to Urnäsch and then take the bus 791 to Rossfall.
Please use www.sbb.ch to check your connections.
From Zurich it takes a little more than 1hr.
From Berne it takes about 2.5hrs if you go via Zurich/Winterthur/St.Gallen.
Please consider carpooling with other participants. It’s a good way to get to know your fellow Mountain Movers 😉 We will offer help with carpooling by providing a sign-up sheet.
Upon receipt of your registration, we will confirm your participation and the registration is binding from that date on. Please make sure that you make the payment for your spot as soon as possible, your spot is only confirmed once we’ve received your payment. It will be first come first serve. Please also read through our T&C for our cancellation policy.
Insurance is your own responsibility. The facilitator/the teacher shall not be held liable for any damage to, or loss of, property or injury to persons. The participant waives any claim against the company/the teacher for any such loss, damage or injury.