AcroYoga Fest: Jamaica 2018
Join us for the 3rd AcroYoga Fest Jamaica | April 10-15 2018
We invite you to join us for 6 days of acrobatics, therapeutics and delightfully, beautiful island time daily jamming, intermediate -advanced acrobatics, all levels acrobatics, ocean acro, watsu, standing acro, washing machines/ flows, daily asana and handstand training.
When you purchase your ticket here, there are many options- just scroll til you find the one you are looking for!
FESTIVAL TICKET TYPES:
Regular - festival + your pick of 3-day Intensive
Ticket Deluxe - festival + your pick of 3-day Intensive + lodging (includes convenient light breakfast) * lodging ranges from dorm to private rooms.
Weekend - just the festival
Weekend Deluxe - festival + lodging (includes convenient light breakfast) * lodging ranges from dorm to private rooms.
April 10-12th: Choice of a 3-day Intensive:
Advanced Acrobatics: Three Not so Little Birds | Lauren Clausen, Scott Copper & Anton Lysenko
Coaching Intensive & Techniques | Jason Nemer
AcroFit Training | certification course with Amy Impellizzeri, Eddie Salguero and Zoe Leroux
What does this ticket price include?
Your ticket includes all classes, jams, workshops, and evening events for 6 full days from April 10-15. You can choose a regular ticket, or a deluxe ticket which includes lodging- there are choices of economy dorm all the way up to private rooms, all designed to be very close to the beach & festival events.
What if I want to rest and relax? Do I have to attend classes?
Jamaica is a beautiful country, and we encourage you to slow down and play. All classes and workshops are optional- the only exception is the AcroFit certification, where we request your full commitment. Otherwise, you are invited to jam, learn, play, practice and get explore as you please :)
How do I get to Treasure Beach?
Treasure Beach is just over 2 hours from Montego Bay Airport, 1.5 hours from Negril airport, and a 3-hour drive from the capital city of Kingston. In certain parts, it can be a winding journey, but you can stop as much as you like to take in the views, hear the history, snack on jerk chicken and keep on making your way. The drive is a beautiful way to see the island…and well worth it.
Check out our special festival page for more specific information.
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