Slackline is a sport for everyone, but experimenting without someone who already practices or not knowing the basic techniques can lead to some frustration or the idea that it is difficult when in fact it is quite easy to learn slackline.
To start, you should use a short slackline, between 5 and 10 meters, and with a height of about 30 cms.
Moving on to action, you should align your foot with the slack, focus on the tree or a fixed point in front of you. Always with your back straight, raise your arms at shoulder level and slightly bend your knees.
At this early stage it is normal for you to feel some instability as you go up into the slackline. You should try to lift your weight on the leg that is in the slackline without giving momentum with the leg that is on the floor, to minimize the instability when you stand on the slack.
With the accumulation of attempts the shacking will decrease. At that time try to hold 2 to 3 seconds in only one leg, taking advantage of the other leg to counterbalance and regain balance.
Then advance with the second foot, always aligned with the line, and transfer your weight to the front leg, then release the back foot and take a step. Always try, between the steps, to hold 2 to 3 seconds in only one leg and repeat this process until you feel comfortable.
Your body will unconsciously become accustomed to slackline and soon the learning process will begin to flow faster.