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Flying the Ballerina Dancer flow with @acroflame. Learned this spin from the amazing acro-rev teacher and the man that introduced me to acro, @acro_climber 😋😆👍 thanks for showing me this cool move in FL last month! 🥰 😃 😃 😄
It was wild standing on top of someone’s shoulders, but what I found even more wild was how comfortable I was with it! There’s a certain level of trust you have to have when practicing acro, but more importantly you need clear communication .
It felt strange narrating my every move out loud, “Stepping up now! Letting go of left hand. Letting go of right hand. Straightening up now. Reaching down for right hand. Reaching down for left. Coming down!” But that clear communication is crucial .
Having to narrate my movements really helped keep me in tune with my body. Normally I practice in complete silence but when I actually had to say my thought process out loud, I really paid close attention to each little detail, connecting each movement with my breath. It was almost cathartic having to focus all my energy into each individual adjustment
Another video from our #icarian session 😁 we tried to see what when can do with 3 people.. It was really and interesting feeling 🙃 can't wait to see what else we can do together... @jo_acro123 is basing on the floor @hemdazvi catching in standing and @guetta_amir is flying .🤪😜 Which ending you like better ? 1 or 2?? 🤪😜🤪 Things not always go perfect on the first try.. Check out the 3rd video for some #notsoacrobat moments
Filmed at @bascula_urban_circus Tell-Aviv.
Got to play around with some pretty amazing people at an acro jam in Philadelphia last Friday after a long work trip. @movementwithnoor is a bad ass and this is definitely the longest I've held an extended hand in hand. What a pleasure to meet and be welcomed by so many new people can't wait for my next adventure.
There are many moments in my life where I just seem to doubt every decision I make. No matter how big or small, important or mundane, I get this feeling of indecision and consequently insecurity once I’ve committed. I’ve struggled with feelings of guilt and what ifs. 🤔
But what I’m coming to understand as I grow up, is that there is rarely a ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ decision, and these feelings of ‘what if’s are a compete waste of energy and mind space. And while I haven’t found the perfect solution or method of dealing with my indecisiveness, I do know that the practice of letting go and loosening my grip of control allows me to ride the waves of life and enjoy the destinations they take me. 🧜🏼♀️🌊
Do you deal with these feelings and if so what coping mechanisms have you found that works for you?❓❔