Every Tuesday and Thursday, but also Wednesday and sometimes other days 😉 we host online workshops ran by slackliners, for everyone in lockdown. Sessions are live, but you can catch up on previous episodes here if you missed one. Don’t want to miss them? Get a reminder!
Do you know someone who should run a workshop? Maybe it’s YOU? Email us and help boost the quarantine psyche! firstname.lastname@example.org
¿Tiene una idea que le gustaría compartir con nuestra Slackfam español internacional? Envía un mensaje a email@example.com
Stay home, stay safe.
Thank you Olga Céramiques for our kitty logo.
Risk assessment and staying alive in BASE and other extreme sports. For our last episode, join Simon Young (climber, basejumper, shitty highliner) as he shares the lessons picked up over 10+ years of extreme sports adventuring, and learn how to increase your odds of getting away with doing dumb, dangerous and fun activities.
After not highlining for over half a year, Karin Doblander sent 800m on 2nd try. Join her talk and learn how to train on parklines to crush big lines. Karin shares simple training methods to improve your technique, increase confidence, and look at slacklining in a whole new way.
Photo by @aurelianocelentano
Filmmaking in slacklining: how to create stories worth sharing by Justin Wagner (think Lines Without Limits). Justin will talk about the process of filmmaking including insights on some of his recent projects, and then give some direction to aspiring slackline filmmakers or anyone interested in how to share their story.
Photo by Chris Wagers
This episode is for the slackers who are concerned about the environment, want to lead a more sustainable lifestyle and are looking for ways to reduce their impact. Join Helena Gonzalez in a live forum about slacklining and sustainability practices. You are invited to join!
Photo by @whereisaustindickey
Veganism made easy for slackliners who want to prevent future pandemics and lockdowns, Adam Sanders and Miryana Paloma explain why it is more important than ever to think about going plant-based, how to do it right, and how to talk about it with others. This talk is for Vegans, curious omnivores, lazy cooks, and anyone who wants to change their lives and save the world with what they put on their plate.
Always wanted to trickline, but haven’t? Learn how you can start, right now! Our speaker is a trickline trailblazer, x2 Guinness world record holder and slackline athlete Olga Henry. Live talk on how to overcome mental barriers, get the right setup, progress, push your limits and avoid injuries.
Photo by @anyachibis
ISA Safety labels. What are they, what’s the point of having them, how much do they cost and how will they affect you personally. What are YOUR questions and concerns about the labels? Ask anything, no questions are off limits – live Q&A. You are invited to join.
Après avoir ramassé de l’argile dans la nature, la suite consiste à apprendre à faire un pot sans outils spécifique, mais plutôt avec des ustensiles facile à dénicher à la maison. Dernier épisode mercredi prochain ! [After learning how to find clay in the wild last week, learn how to shape it without fancy tools. En subtitles]
Photo de Olga
Keeping a community going. A short discussion that begins with the ingredients a community needs to flourish in the first place; and what keeps it going once things seem like they’re established. Marc Thompson will summarise his experience with SLACKATTACK and touch upon stories from other associations and clubs.
Photo by Philippe Reverchon
Todo lo que quieren saber sobre la ISA con los representantes de América Latina y una gringa adoptada. Invitamos a todos los slackeros hispanohablantes para reunirse con nosotros para conectarse con las comunidades latinoamericanas y españolas. Con Isidro Rocua de la comisión de deportes, Helena Gonzalez de la comisión de naturaleza y aceso, y Miryana Paloma de la comisión de educación.
[youtube link coming soon]
Un’edizione speciale: un workshop manuale! Impara le basi di impiombatura con Sirio Izzo. Stiamo annunciandolo in anticipo proprio per darvi il tempo di procurarvi i materiali necessari: corda in dyneema, aghi da impiombatura o “fids”, oltre a un taglierino, penna e pennarello.
> Our first Italian workshop 😘