A general reminder: Being playful at times is important too. Here you see Deepak Ji, one of our teachers in yoga flow with another intructor on the banks of Ganga Ma. After all, yoga is about communion with nature, and there is nothing static about it. We develop ourselves through playing. Through playfullness, we learn to think creatively and to surrender ourselves completely to one thing.
Not part of our schedule, but just for information: in Acroyoga, there usually is one partner who has the most points of contact with the ground. This person is lying on the ground with the entire back torso. This enables his arms and legs to offer maximum stability and support of the other partner, the ‚flyer‘. The Flyer can move into a series of dynamic positions, and generally lets gravity do the work for them.