THE INTENSIVE TRAINING IS OPEN TO ALL LEVELS, FROM COMPLETE BEGINNERS TO PROFESSIONAL HANDBALANCERS
THE HANDSTAND METHODOLOGY TAUGHT AT THE HANDSTAND INTENSIVE WILL BE A COMBINATION OF TWO DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES, CHINESE AND UKRAINIAN HAND BALANCING TECHNIQUES.
Primal moves Ibiza is located near Santa Eulalia or Santa Gertrudis where you can find multiple options for accommodation with many budget necessities. We will also make a mailing list and whats app group with the training participants to team up and rent accommodation together to make it even more flexible for accommodation budgets
Santa Eulalia is the third largest resort on the Balearic Island of Ibiza and is one of the more popular resorts for families, who don’t want to bump into the club lovers and hippies. You won’t find any nightclubs here, just a charming and tranquil resort with a beautiful beach and an excellent choice of restaurants and accommodations.
There is a beautiful, palm-lined promenade running the length of the broad and sandy beach and some excellent self-catering apartments in and around the town itself. You can rent these via www.spain-holiday.com. Santa Eulalia is situated approximately 21 kilometers from Ibiza airport.
Santa Eulalia is established as one of the island’s cultural and gastronomic centers, with art galleries, artisan shops, interesting monuments and architectural attractions, and a history in gastronomy.
The main street of Calle San Jaime is located next to this street is the town’s main square, which is brimming with flowers, and here you will find interesting arts and crafts vendors, and the historic town hall building.
Across the square is the Paseo (Mariners Promenade), with views to the beach. This is a charming promenade that leads along the sandy beach; perfect for an evening stroll, before your aperitif and seafood dinner.
The yacht marina is home to some of the island’s best restaurants and some incredible yachts are moored here, a great people watching spot. There are also some lovely boutiques and shops to shop or window shop.
You can catch a boat from the old ferry jetty, which will take you to explore the rest of the island, visiting the bays of Es Canar, Cala Pada, Cala Llonga and into Ibiza Town (Eivissa). You can also catch a ferry on a day trip to the beautiful island of Formentera.
Approaching Santa Eulalia from the west, you cross a narrow bridge, with an ancient Roman bridge to your right. Visit the fascinating 16th century architecture of the Church of our Lady of Jesus, at the summit of the Puig de Missa (Hill of Mass.. From the top you get a panoramic view of the municipality of Santa Eulalia, including the Santa Gertrudis, Es Caná, San Carlos and the beautiful bay of Cala Llonga.
At the geographical heart of the island, the village of Santa Gertrudis is Ibiza as a microcosm. Steeped in tradition, the main square is overlooked by the whitewashed fortress church with its distinctive yellow tower, and surrounded by a cluster of bars, restaurants and shops. Meanwhile, the rich agricultural landscape surrounding the village is home to fruit orchards, sheep, goats and the island's only dairy cows.
Santa Gertrudis has expanded rapidly but carefully over the last few years. Smart modern villas line the new streets, the village square is a pedestrian-friendly plaza where hip café bars and restaurants have joined traditional Ibicenco establishments.
The special atmosphere of this charming village unfolds especially during the late afternoon and evening. Children run around on the beautifully lit squares or play on the fabulous playground, the terraces of the bars and restaurants are full of people, the murmur of conversations filling the air, no loud music disturbing the relaxed vibe.
Interesting little boutiques and shops filled with fashion, jewelry and homewares invite you to take an evening stroll. The atmosphere of the village is traditional, but also modern and sophisticated.
The best local dishes in Ibiza make good use of the ingredients found on the island, including fresh Mediterranean seafood and a variety of herbs. These classic, authentic foods are made from age-old recipes and techniques that date back centuries. And with every bite, you dive deeper into Ibiza’s rich culinary tradition.
The local cuisine includes seafood paella, butifarra and sobrassada pork sausages, various fish and meat stews, and traditional desserts. You’ll be able to try the meat and seafood dishes and sweet treats at local restaurants, bakeries, and street kiosks. Check out our guide to the local specialties and some famous food locals love to eat in Ibiza.
We recommend you rent a car at the Ibiza airport, we had experience with rental cars before during April, and is extremely easy and affordable, the rental can is about 30 euros per day.we will also have a mailing list and whats app group with all the participants where they can organize carpooling to move around the island and toward the training!
Get a full refund minus 3% administration charge prior 90 days before the event. With 60-90 days left until the start of the retreat you can receive a 50% refund. Any other cancellations can not be refunded.
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