Still called coco giro, this Parisian sees in jumping a way to let off steam and to control herself. Coming from acrobatic gymnastics, she discovered through the slackline a new way to express herself artistically speaking. She shows it through different places in the French capital.
At the beginning, I had a very small strap and I started to slackline in a park. It was other slackers who motivated me to get started. I was immediately more attracted by the bouncing slack. I find it funnier and I find the gymnastics figures I did a bit. When we do slackline, we meet a lot of people in the same universe, it’s a really nice community and so we hang fast enough.
- Trickline France
- Slack Mountain
- Ricoh Imaging France
The slackline is a sport with many variations and enjoyable for all. Take a simple strap more or less large, stretched by its two ends and let your creativity do the rest. Take the height with the “Trickline” and don’t hesitate to wet the jersey with the “Waterline”.