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Who is King William?
William or ‘King William’ for short is a passionate teacher, travelling the globe teaching acroyoga, slacklining and kayaking as he goes. William started his acroyoga addiction in 2014 when he attended a couple of workshops at the Reading University Circus Arts Society, after that he moved to New Zealand where he attended more workshops and classes, training as often as he could. Finding acroyoga communities to practice with and where there was no community he would teach anyone that was willing to learn. Over the summers moving from festival to festival, setting up slackline parks and holding acroyoga workshops for all to enjoy.
Currently based in Reading, Berkshire, here William teaches acroyoga classes each week, holds acroyoga workshops and is building a community of acroyogis in the area. Over the spring and summer he will be running slackline workshops and you will find him out on the water each week for a paddle on the Thames.
To find out about Reading’s Acroyoga Community click here.
The intermediates class adds fresh content to your practice, refines what you already know and builds creativity in acroyoga.
Each class will have tailored instruction depending on your ability offering alternatives for those already progressed to work on.
In this two and a half hour acroyoga beginners workshop King William and Michi Haidacher will be teaching you a fun acroyoga flow. You will get an introduction of what acroyoga is about and learn three poses which we wil put together into a flow sequence. By the end of the workshop you will be able to practise your new skills confidently any time you like. Open to everyone, no prior acro experience is needed. This is a perfect time to try out acroyoga and connect with friends, new and old.
WARNING: Addiction may occur!
This workshop will bring fresh content to your practice. Our intermediate workshop is suited for anyone with an active acroyoga practice. It is not suitable for absolute beginners. We will be covering transitions using side star so a previous experience, either basing or flying this pose will be beneficial.
Gear your selves up for a full day of acroyoga! Our workshop will consist of group activities, transitions, trust exercises, headstands, acroyoga, partner stretching, therapeutics and lots of laughter. With an acroyoga jam to follow the workshop.
To find us for our Monday and Thursday classes we will be at:
Wokingham Waterside Centre,
Thames Valley Park Drive,
Thames Valley Park, Reading,
Berkshire, RG6 1PQ.
King William is available for classes, workshops, retreats and privates. Email to start a conversation:
Alternatively you can call on:
0772 383 8083