So how did Adagio Yoga happen?  

Stef discovered partner yoga with a friend, and, looking for new tricks on YouTube, found out that the playful form of flying someone on your feet had a name - AcroYoga. Intrigued by the idea of learning more, she got hold of the official manual and started playing.

In December 2009, she participated in her first Acro Therapeutics Immersion with Jason, one of the founders of AcroYoga, in Buenos Aires - and was hooked. Upon returning to Sydney, she was looking for a partner to practice and explore with - and found Claudine.

18 months and a countless number of training hours later, incl. regular training with Tanya and Stacey, 2 of the 4 certified Australian AcroYoga teachers, continuing training in Thai massage and (partner) Acrobatics, the end goal was in sight: AcroYoga Teacher training 2011 in Corfu, Greece. 

Over the past three years, Steph has been building a community of like-minded monkeys who love to play and explore in Sydney. The community practices regularly on the beach, in the park - and sometimes even inside a studio.
AdagioYoga has been teaching regular classes and workshops in and around Sydney, and since early 2012, has been spreading wings to teach in other parts of Australia and Europe.

Steph teaches with a variety of teachers to offer her students a varied experience - in both fields of AcroYoga and Thai Massage. 

Since September 2011, AcroYoga has found a home with regular classes at House of Yoga in Redfern.

More info about Steph here