“Every day is love. It doesn’t take a festival to bring out love. Love should be our main priority in life. We’ve been together for nine years, we’ve been performing for two years and we just bring our love into our performance. Love is guiding what we do. What we do is an embodiment of sheer, pure love.” –Acro Buddhas Miranda and Ryan
What happens when we step in front of a LIVE studio audience to lead the hosts of CBC's The Goods through acro yoga postures?!
Check it all out here and witness Steven Sabados, Jessi Cruikshank, Shahir Massoud and Andrea Bain share some laughs as they support one another through their FIRST acro experience!
Also, we just have to point out that Jessi gave birth to TWIN boys just TWO months prior to this acro experience! Two months! Two babies! Inspo overload.
Steven, Jessi, Shahir and Andrea: We admire your passion and support of one another. Thank you for embracing acro yoga with us. You all rock.
The Goods, thank you for having us - we had a blast!
Watch our segment on The Goods by clicking below - we are at the 35 minute mark!
"Whether you're single, in a long-term relationship, or married it's always fun to see what successful couples in Canada are doing in their lives. There's so many couples in the country that are killing it in their industries and their relationships are just icing on the cake! "
Miranda and Ryan are the Acro Buddhas. They met in 2007 and have been inseparable ever since. They felt an immediate connection and although each year offers up new challenges to the pair, they always make sure to support each other along their journey.
"Each day we seek to do what we love and follow the deepest rooted passions of our soul."
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Of all the music festivals in Toronto, none matches Bestival for the sheer spectacle of it all, and that certainly includes the outfits and costumes that people wear. From the cute to the bizarre, Bestival is all over the place when it comes to style, and that's what makes it so fun.
Here are our six most memorable moments of the Victoria Day season opener…
1. When the Stunning Acro Buddhas Mesmerized Us With Their Skills
Not much causes a Torontonian to stop in their tracks, but a man and a woman effortlessly pulling off Cirque du Soleil-esque moves in a park just might do it.
Miranda and Ryan are the uber-fit duo behind Acro Buddhas — a team of two performers who practice and teach acro yoga (a combination of acrobatics and yoga) around the city. They post pictures of their jaw-dropping moves on Instagram, where they’ve amassed a huge following...