Acropedia is your all inclusive resource for partner acrobatics. Our mission is to be an invaluable resource for acrobats everywhere. The site includes an encyclopedia of skills and poses, playlists to discover related movements, a global events calendar, a world-wide community map, an integrated social network to connect with friends, and forums for discussion.

Acropedia was started in Josh Young’s basement 8 years ago. Josh, who is also co-founder of Acro Revolution Teacher Trainings and the AcroLove Festivals. After spending years fishing through Facebook posts and YouTube channels to find new moves, Josh decided to put together an online catalog of acrobatic skills and poses.

Over the past few years, Acropedia has grown into something even more amazing thanks to the explosion of creativity and talent in the global acro community. Inspired by how much the community has utilized and contributed to the site, we wanted to take it to the next level.

Acropedia includes sections devoted to washing machines, transitions, whips, pops, and standing acrobatics. The website has a built in social network where everyone can create a user login to share their pictures, videos, and a map of events. You can also find your local community through the group map.

The website was built and designed by Brian Cruikshank of Brian’s Web Studio. He is also an acro teacher in the Washington, DC acro community.

We would love to see what you are working on so please send us videos and we will post them.

If you have any questions or comments please email.