There are three roles in AcroYoga: base, flyer and spotter. Each role has specific responsibilities that can relate back to any organizational structure. Success in any posture requires communication, clarity and receptiveness from all three.
Base: The base leads in AcroYoga. This role can help business leaders embody leading with compassion, steadiness and clarity and build trust with flyers.
Flyers: Flyers can be seen as the creatives of a company. With solid leadership from the base and help from the spotter, who might represent a business support function, the creatives are freed up to accomplish great things.
Spotter: The spotter can also act as coach and assistant. The spotter is often the unsung hero in this dynamic, keeping both flyer and base working together and facilitating them to achieve their goals.
Acroyoga’s distinct roles demonstrate the value of having each member focus on their role and how this leads to the team’s success. Having employees interchange roles help reduce ambiguity and foster understanding of the importance of structure and the chain of interdependence in a business. and the value of having each member focus on their own role in the team’s success.
This emphasizes the importance of clear objectives and individual and team goals. Team members communicate to identify ways to complete a sequence or posture, and when they fall, discuss the reason for the success and failure. They then start again until they meet the goal. . This is intended to strengthen motivation and foster a sense of ownership.
AcroYoga is not always easy. To achieve sequences, the team must work together to set goals and conquer challengers which boosts critical thinking and teamwork.
Half Day [3 hours]
1 – 12 participants $1000
each additional participant $ 60
Note: workshop expenses are tax-deductible for professional development
Note: Above fees do not include taxes.