Friday Haverstock Acro Jam, 20th of September

Friday Acro practice session at Haverstock Hill School from 7 pm to 10 pm as usual but we will start to pack the mats at 9:45.

 

Starting this week the jam ticket is now £6. For those of you who got the pack of 5 or 10 of tickets, you can still use them until they run out.

If you want to get any of those pre-paid packages, the price per jam will still be only £5. Click here to read more…

 

Important, please read:
 
You MUST get a ticket or reserve one from the pack of tickets available. Buy the pack of 5 (click here) or the pack of 10 (click here) from here.
 
When you get a pack of tickets in advance, you NEED to reserve your place before the event is sold out. Don’t leave it to the last minute.
 
The tickets are non-refundable but you can sell it in case you can’t come anymore. Please check the “Waiting list” post on the Facebook event.
After completion, make a post about it or drop me (Tudor) a message.
 
f you can’t or don’t want to use your card to get a ticket online, ask a friend to get one for you using your name.
 
Whoever comes unannounced (without a ticket), will have to pay £7 in this case as this practice needs to be discouraged.
In order to keep this event public and minimise any “admin” communication tasks required for the organiser, I would like to ask all of you interested participants to get your ticket and if you can’t come anymore, sell it to a friend or someone from the “Waiting List”

Haverstock School

24 Haverstock Hill, London NW3 2BQ
24 Haverstock Hill, London NW3 2BQ. Nearest station: Chalk Farm then 2 mins walk from the station.

 

This is not a class so there will be no teaching, but everybody is encouraged to share their experience, train and practice things you’ve done before.

If you are new to Acro, please attend a few classes first to help build your confidence in the practice. More info on the AcroYoga London Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/acroyogalondon/

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Always Play Safe

All participants should be fit and should be responsible for their own safety as well as ensure the safety of the partner or group they are working with.

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