The Annual Acroyoga festival for
beginner and advanced yogis

March 15-17, 2019 San Francisco, Kezar Pavilion

The Schedule

Schedule coming soon

What's included


90 minute sessions per day


Classes to choose from per time slot


Teacher-led classes!

Floor: handstands, counter balances, tumbling, juggling, yoga, dance, creative process, therapeutics

L base: icarian, flows, needles, pops, washing machines, whips, slacro

Standing: cheer, dance lifts, F2H, H2H, star, trios

Movement: stunting, how to fall safely, parkour, ninja, capoeira, poi


AcroSF has one ticket type that admits you to everything including Friday landmark tour, Saturday classes, Saturday night performance, and Sunday classes.


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Kezae Pavilion, indoor sports arena built in 1924, San Francisco, learn more on our venue page.


Your ticket helps Lu Yi,
an American Circus Legend

Lu Yi is the official charity of AcroSF 2019. Lu Yi has trained some of the best circus performers in the world; now he needs our help. Lu Yi has Parkinson's disease, a cruel irony for a man who's dedicated his life to the art of human bodies doing superhuman feats.

Prior Festival Teachers

Jenna Hollow

Leyla and John Larkin


Adam Hiner

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Have a product to sell at AcroSF? We’re looking for vendors. Please express interest here.

Frequently Asked Questions

I'm travelling in, where do I stay?

There are many hotels nearby and Airbnb is very popular in it’s hometown in San Francisco. We have a dedicated housing and travel Facebook page where once you purchase your ticket, you are invited to connect in with participants from all over to collaborate on house rentals, rideshares, and travel. It's a great way to meet your future partners and build community.

Can I come without a Acro partner?

Yes, many will come alone, and many will come with a partner.


What if I've never practiced Acro or movement before?

Welcome! You’re in the same boat that I was in a few years ago. I went to my first festival, had a ball, and haven’t looked back. There’s an entire curriculum dedicated to beginner classes. Give the breadth of the curriculum, everyone at AcroSF is beginner at something. You will never be alone.

Do you offer group tickets?

Yes, for groups 10 and up.

What should I bring?

Here’s a gear list:

Comfortable non-slip clothing

Refillable water bottle (no glass please)

Dress in layers, sometimes you’ll be moving around a lot, sometimes you won’t

For outside, a jacket and sunglasses – San Francisco’s warmest month is August but it can be windy

Optional: Studio socks and a yoga mat cut in half for tight hamstrings

Can I do work trade?

Yes, click here.

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