Healing through Intimate Relationships

In this interview, Honza and Claudine share how the practice of yoga, and specifically acrovinyasa, has supported them to heal through connection. Listen in as they speak of the importance of communication, cultivating trust and the power of taking personal space to create health in relationships.

About Honza Lafond

​​An adventurer and a spiritual truth seeker, Honza has long sought to answer some of the deeper existential questions of the human condition. Over the last 15 years, his journey has taken him from humble beginnings in the Czech Republic, where he grew up, right across the globe to Australia, where he calls home. Paralleling his passions within our interconnected culture, Honza has turned his creative interests into entrepreneurial endeavours such as evolution of yoga within the global community, motivational education, art of social media, inspirational photography and more.

A teacher of movement, wellness and spirituality, Honza is known for his unique teaching style incorporating elevated thinking within empowering physical practice. The intention behind his class delivery is to inspire a spark within a person. His teaching explores the practices of hatha, vinyasa, yin and acroyoga, as well as life-coaching and fitness training. The desire to invite others to follow their bliss, has led Honza and his wife Claudine, to the creation of the brand YogaBeyond®, and the practice ACROVINYASA™, a highly transformative and inspiring stream of yoga.

Honza teaches with raw, yet playful and compassionate honesty to help bring your practice off the mat and into your daily life. He likes to be on his hands, upside down or on his back balancing a flyer. Expect inversions and arm balances in his classes, workshops and teacher trainings. In his own words, "The challenge that inversions and arm balances offer builds confidence and strength, but more than anything it excites the ever present child within all of us. To me, the playful nature of yoga is just as important as its more disciplined aspects. It is the balance between the two that makes yoga a blissful pathway of coming home.”