Movers from around the world
From Argentina to Norway, from south Korea to Australia. Meet your teachers
Bradley began slacklining on the sunny beaches of Santa Cruz in 2005. He helped found several slackline organizations, including the ISA, as well as Move Copenhagen. He views slacklining as both an introspective and social way of interacting with the world. Learn balance and calm while you glide on your slidetastic voyage.
Being half Danish and half Brazilian, Camilla is culturally connected to the Capoeira culture. She is a born mover seemingly with ten extra permanent percent fuel in the tank. She has used her energy diligently on the danish capoeira scene to develop her own unique style and earn her nickname ‘Agua Viva’ – the jellyfish. However, Camillas energy is well balanced after almost a decade of teaching yoga and pilates. With her degree in educational psychology and background in psychomotor therapy, Camilla has a holistic and including approach to teaching, which she applies in her daily work with vulnerable youth. Furthermore co-founder of Zen Monkeys movement collective.
Daniel loves to play, and he has been teaching and sharing the joy of playful movement with others since 2011. In his workshops, he facilitates the step into a world of playful interactions that is delightfully free from ambition, goals and competition – the focus is simply the joy of shared exploration and connection.
Daniel has a master’s degree in interactional psychology, specializing in the ways humans in play maintain that special state of shared understanding and togetherness, that makes play the ever-magical experience that it is. He is known to enthusiastically sprinkle this knowledge all over his workshops by pointing to the magic of all the unnoticed things that happen during his play sessions; making it equally entertaining and awe-inspiring to realize all the beautiful things we do in play.
Emily Baxter cofounded PartnerAcrobatics.com and runs teacher trainings, intensives and workshops worldwide.
Born in Canada and nomadic for the last ten years, Emily happily travels, teaching, learning, laughing, playing. Alongside acro Emily teaches anatomy and works with corrective exercises and functional movement. Emily has always had a passion for movement and body awareness. This coupled with her strong background in anatomy manifests in her teachings as clear, precise, thoughtful instruction.
She is known for her never-ending energy and contagious enthusiasm.
Erwin Maaswinkel has a Ph.D. in Human Movement Science and co-founded Movement Based Athletics (MBA). With a passion for movement and a broad range of interests, Erwin has studied with numerous teachers, trainers, and coaches in fields such as dance, martial arts, athletics, and more. His mission is to educate people on the importance of quality movement for a quality life and equip them with the knowledge and tools they need. He believes in teaching individuals how to fish, rather than just giving them a fish, for lifelong benefits. Erwin has been a practitioner and explorer of various sports, including extreme endurance events, dancing, rock climbing, martial arts, and more.
Fer Lucino is a nomad born in Argentina.
He has been teaching and sharing this discipline for several years in different parts of the world. He loves Icarians and especially all the foot to foot tricks.
He believes that acroyoga is more than just a practice, but rather a lifestyle where what is learned on the mat is carried over to your daily life.
He loves the sea, the waves, the adrenaline of extreme sports and his gift is balancing objects with his chin.
Germán Suárez is a partner acrobatics certified teacher that has been teaching classes, workshops and intensives since 2016.
He specializes in solar/acrobatics especailly whips, whops, icarian games and standing acro.
He quickly became a well known teacher in both Argentina and globally, thanks to his commitment and continual practice
Together with Sol Robles, they formed Acronautas, a project in which they have participated in over 40 events and retreats, in addition to teaching hundred of peope in regualr classes over the years. In 2019 German so created
Acrorevolcuion solar (an advanced acrobatics intensive) with Sol Robles and Rodrigo Alvarellos.
Germán believes that acro is a medicine, one that helps humans connect to the magic we are living!
Jason Nemer is a world-champion acrobat and the Co-Founder of AcroYoga. Jason’s work was featured in New York Times Bestselling author Tim Ferriss’ book, Tools of Titans.
He has coached Google Co-Founder Sergey Brin, actress Ashley Judd, and many other top performers. Jason has also brought AcroYoga’s team-building methods to companies like Google, FourSigmatic, Summit Series and TrueX.
By age 16 he had won silver and bronze medals at the World Championships of Sports Acrobatics. At 21 he realized his dream of performing at the Olympic Games. When he discovered yoga and Thai massage, he began fusing the key elements that would one day become this global practice.
Since then Jason has dedicated his life to uniting communities through the power of AcroYoga. His motivation is rooted in the belief that through fun and connection, AcroYoga can empower all people no matter their ability, age, race or background.
Jonathan teaches movement rooted in capoeira and yoga. With a lifelong interest in practical and theoretical aspects of movement, sports and martial arts, Jonathan has pursued a professional life working with the moving body. Jonathan has tought yoga for more than 10 years and has practiced capoeira for the past 8 years. Combining the qualities of yoga and capoeira, Jonathan co-founded Copenhagen-based Zen Monkeys Movement Collective. Jonathan has an academical background as a physician and holds a PhD in degenerative joint diseases. Besides practicing lots of movement, Jonathan continues to do research and hosts a movement-centered podcast called Bevægelse&Co.
Julia teaches Wutao®. Back then as physiotherapist specialized in spinal cord injury rehabilitation, Julia has been driven by a personal research to overcome the gap between therapeutic and artistic approaches of body, mind and mouvement in occidental and oriental traditions. Experiencing Contemporary Danse, Contact Improvisation, Body-Mind-Centering, Yoga, Taiji Quan and Vipassana Meditation, she found response in the art of Wutao and it’s twin practices (Chant of breath, Art of Tranceanalysis) as to their quality of being evolutionary arts. Evolutionary in their capacity to unlock the sensorial univers within you, to get in touch with your tissues as vibrant home of your soul, to install a relationship with your physical body based on communication, not in demand of performance or perfection. Studying with it’s french creators, Imanou Risselard and Pol Charoy, she is passionate about teaching Wutao in Europe. She will invite you to awaken the soul of your body (« éveiller l’âme du corps® »).