Had so much fun today learning some slackline from @ipogreb and @yotam_cartoon_cmb together with @ozaviya
We tried and played with different basic moves and had great time!! The first video though is me trying to play with the pretty new stabilizer vs Aviya’s footage where you can really se what I’m doing 😬
Thank you guys for inviting us and for your teaching, patience and great spirit!
See you again soon on the slack-line!
After performing yesterday in the project “Mesamchim” at @basculatlv together with @sheketak and some bass ass circus performers, I got to meet and play with @slavagoloubov
It all started with something like:”let’s try this thing when you’re on the head and I’m balancing you on my foot” (said by Slava) that actually worked a bit!
And continued to a series of elements he thought me until, after a couple of hours, we created this :)
Slava is not just a gifted base for #acro , but an amazing teacher who gave me all the confidence I needed and of course, such a humble and awesome person.
Thanks Salava for this fun and unforgettable experience! Waiting for our next adventures 😉
Nature in city in nature
We went for a vacation.
Do you ever get those thoughts about going to a calm Natural place vs going to a city where there are many things you can do and experience?
Sometimes I want both :)
On one hand (no pun intended) I want to see places, cultures, art and sometimes even a bit of history.
On the other hand I want just to chill and have a lot of green around me.
So we (@ozaviya and I) kind of tried to get both of them in this vacation.
We took a hotel in the city so everything is 10 minutes max by foot. Which is great.
PLUS, we took a car and left few times to a different beautiful places in nature.
It’s all about balance 😉
This picture is some “nature” taken in the city Chania which is surrounded by beautiful nature of the island of Greece. .
I recently started to play a bit more on the #canes (after almost not touching them for a long time) and it’s a lot of fun!
It feels comfortable and stable there, so it gives me more freedoms to play and try new things, improv, test and of course also fail sometimes because otherwise I wouldn’t know the limits ;)
Keep playing! Always!
But don’t forget to also always work on your technique.