Come get upside down with Annika! All levels welcome. Its a practice of finding balance.

There always comes a time when we want to go upside down. It’s really good for you if you know how to do it, it’s not if you don’t… Learn about headstands, handstands, and I guess other things, are there other things?  She’ll let you know, and help you with doing it safely

Body awareness exercises, conditioning, and technique drills to help you be safe and strong wherever you’re at with inversions. Be it jump-thrus, headstands, forearm stands, handstands, handstand presses…

We often refer to Annika as “Extra Credit”, she’s always up to something great.  Annika trained under Master Lu Yi and performed as a member of Acrosanct, as well as spends a ton of time upside down. Seriously.

Lu Yi Bio from acrosanct

For 33 years he was associated with China’s celebrated Nanjing Acrobatic Troupe, first as a star performer then as its Director. His company was the first Chinese group to perform in Western circus productions. He was the youngest Vice President of the Chinese Acrobatics Association. He judged international circus competitions in Paris, Monte Carlo, and China. In 1990, Master Lu Yi moved to the US to become the Artistic Director at Circus Center (San Francisco). He was recently awarded the first AYCO Circus Education Lifetime Achievement Award.

The Class is Thursdays at 6:30 $10-20 suggested donation. Come check it out.

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