We came home from Font at 2 o’clock in the morning, and eight hours later I walked into Redpoint Birmingham, ready for my Climbing Wall Award training. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect – I knew that by the end of it, I should have enough tools to teach people to climb and to belay, as well as deal with any problems that may occur during the sessions, and look out for potential risks as I run sessions at a climbing wall. Continue reading “CWA Training”
Where do I even start? I must say, this had been the best Font trip to date, for many reasons. I feel inspired, ready to train in preparation for the next trip, as well as continue my yoga practice, and work on my nutritional awareness. Continue reading “Fontainebleau Trip”
I am still buzzing as I type this – it’s the first workshop I attended since starting Bend and Ascend, and it exceeded all my expectations. The workshop took three hours and if I manage to retain half the information I learned today, my practice will improve dramatically. Inversion workshops don’t ever promise you’d be able to do a handstand by the end of the session, but they give you all the tools you’ll need to achieve it if you keep working on it. Continue reading “Anna’s Inversions Workshop”
I have had a tough few weeks but here it is – my first blog entry.
I am a long time yogi and I have been climbing for just under two years. The name reflects my passion for both, as well as many linked activities, such as aerial circus, slackline, hill walking and such like. I am also passionate about nutrition, and at some point I’d like to introduce a food section to this blog.
My partner and I go climbing outdoors when our schedule and the weather allows it, so for the most part this blog will be myself documenting our climbing adventures. I will also attempt to keep up to date with any workshops I attend, and share an occasional yoga sequence.