Slackline Workshop Feb 2019
Trying to think of a great Christmas present for someone you know, well why not give them the gift of balance. Buy them a pass to our Slacklining Workshop and they’ll love you forever. Book in here.
In February 2019 Feet off the Ground will offer a 3 week workshop series in Slackline fundamentals. If you are looking to learn about this beautiful way of movement come along.
We will break down the building blocks necessary to actually succeed in the sport, all the while keeping things fun and light hearted.
Timing will be Wednesdays 6-7.30pm – dates are as follows:
- 6th February
- 13th February
- 20th February
Because its so much fun! Plus you get to make new friends while learning an amazing new skill. Slacklining is also the closest thing to moving meditation, because you have to stay so concentrated and in tune with your surroundings the whole time – this makes it both a mental and physical challenge.
Balance is so important in daily life for postural awareness and is incredibly useful in many sports. In slacklining – balance is absolutely pivotal as you’re trying to stand and walk on a piece of webbing no wider than a 50c piece (1inch). So you will learn a skill that will not only help improve your posture and avoid injuries, but also help you in any other sport you do.
Slacklining is for everyone. If you’re a Mum, you’ll love the feeling it gives to stand on a slackline and be free from all distractions. If you’re a climber/surfer, you’ll love the improvement in your balance. And if you’re a yogi you’ll love the sense of presence and awareness it brings to you.
We teach Beginners or intermediates. And since we only teach to small groups, we can very easily adapt our teaching to the level of the students. We teach a maximum 12 people – with 6 people (or less) per instructor.
Join the highly skilled Feet Off Ground crew at the beautiful Prince Alfred Park in Sydney for an intensive 3 week slacklining course. Improve your concentration and balance as you learn the best techniques to maintain steadiness while walking on a very wobbly slackline.
Prince Alfred Park – next to Sydney Central Station.
There’s only one way to learn slacklining and that is with practice! So join us for evenings of fun, laughter and skill. Book in here: