Remember that proverb about all work and no play?
Finding that balance between work and play, rest and activity, is one of the great challenges of modern life. But those limber acroyogis want to inject some play into your life with their AcroYoga Festival, which is coming to the Bay Area from October 8-11 at Historic Sweet's Ballroom in Oakland, CA.
Billed as the first-ever AcroYoga Festival and the biggest in the world, the four-day festival will draw over 250 students, 40 AcroYoga teachers, and 10 master teachers from yoga, acrobatics and Thai massage.
There's something for everyone, including different styles of acrobatics, yoga, and Thai massage for all levels. The first day is all-day intensives, and the rest of the weekend is dedicated to short workshops and events like Bollywood Carnival Jam, Ecstatic Dance, and a kirtan with Jai Uttal, MC Yogi, and the Mayapuris.
If you don't catch the festival, you can head to its next destinations, including Spain, New York, Boston, Mexico and Costa Rica.
For more information, visit acroyogafestival.com.
We want to know:
How do you bring more playfulness into your life?
Nora Isaacs is a Bay Area-based health writer and editor.