Daniel Scott is yogi provocateur offering a fresh alternative to the traditional “yoga voice”. His classes are a lively mix of balance and improv, strength and flexibility, breath and body. With light heart and open mind, Daniel focuses on moving into postures, not through them. A globally renowned ashtanga-vinyasa teacher and Certified Level 2 AcroYoga instructor, Daniel enjoys barefoot running, street art, good coffee, large quantities, and great qualities. Deeply dedicated to sharing in the immense journey from self-conscious to self-aware, Daniel Scott strives to answer the ever-present question:
Are you moving or being moved?
11:15AM-1PM AcroYoga for Every Body Yoga Tent
2:30pM-4:15PM The Yoga of Trust The Barn
11:15AM-1PM Learning to Fly: Partner Arm Balances & Inversions Yoga Tent
AcroYoga for Every Body. Turn your yoga mat into a flying carpet, and unleash your inner SuperYogi! AcroYoga is more than making flashy shapes for pretty pictures. Learn to navigate gravity like a boss by deepening structural awareness and exploration through playful connection. Build trust within your body, breath, and partnerships by embracing trust. This amazing practice combines the spiritual wisdom of yoga with the dynamic strength of acrobatics and healing elegance of therapeutic bodywork.
The Yoga of Trust. Close your eyes and look inside. Walk the path from self-conscious to self-aware! Experience yoga from a whole new perspective: from the inside out! Don’t worry about how it looks, truly focus on how your practice feels by removing unnecessary distraction. Enjoy an epic journey of asana, partner work, and guided meditation as we explore the true meaning of movement awareness.
Learning to Fly: Partner Arm Balances & Inversions. The secret to flying is learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss. This master class focuses on building structural awareness for inversions and arm-balances through proper alignment, functional strength, movement awareness, and— of course— partner work. Look no further if you wish to tighten up your headstands, polish your crows or cranes, and work towards becoming a handstand ninja. No co-pilot? Be ready to make a friend.
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