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2 Day Flexibility Intensive- Level 2 Teacher Training, Calgary, Canada, Feb 2020

$550.00

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Location: Crossings Dance

Address: #223, 229-153rd Ave, SE, Calgary, AB, Canada, T2X 2K2

Flexibility Intensive – Sunday 9th & Monday 10th February 2020

The Level 2 Dance Teacher Intensive Workshops allow you to focus and grow in each specific area of dance technique. Each one is delivered as a detailed two day workshop, that can be taken in your area of interest. These intensive classes allow each area to be explored in greater detail and provides age appropriate progressions, modifications for injury & personal experience.

Please Note: Level 2 Courses are designed as an extension of the Level 1 course. Please make sure to revise the content in Level 1 before attending.

If you are booking for more than one attendee, please make sure to use each attendee’s personal details (Name and Email) so that they are correctly registered and receive all of the appropriate information.

By ticking this box, I understand that any of the material gained from these workshops can exclusively be used for the educational purposes of my teaching. Redistribution of this material, either electronically or physically, is not allowed as well as dissemination of the information within these courses for personal profit.

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2 Day Flexibility Intensive with Lisa Howell –  9th & 10th February 2020 – $550 AUD

How to Train Extreme Mobility Safely

 

Due to popular demand – this workshop has been extended into our BRAND NEW 2 day Flexibility Intensive, which also explores how to train extreme mobility safely!

The body of research & development around the art of training flexibility continues to grow. Understanding the relevance of this new research to the dancing body is essential for all students, teachers and health professionals. Many traditional stretches and even many “Myofascial Release Techniques” may actually be doing more harm than good.

Flexibility or lack of it cannot be fully contributed to muscle tension and must be looked at more comprehensively to understand the true cause of any restrictions in one’s range of motion.  Factors like joint shape or position, neural tension, fascial tension, breath, postural habits and even emotion can all contribute to lack of flexibility in an individual. In this one day workshop, Lisa addresses each of these issues and looks at common cases in individuals and how to effectively treat these issues.

Day One focusses on understanding the nature of flexibility, how to assess each individuals particular restrictions and the order of progression of which restrictions need be worked on for optimal efficiency and safety in flexibility gains. We explore the importance of the breath, how to work with ‘bone-on-bone’ restriction, the nervous system (on multiple levels), the fascial system and the influence of muscle tone on mobility. We explore how each of the components of flexibility can be worked with intelligently to create lasting change in flexibility. The exercises in this level are suitable for all attendees, and many teachers who have not moved well for years discover are surprised and delighted that  carefully chosen assessment and ‘treatment’ techniques can open up their range in a pain free way!

Day Two includes a revision of Day One – with a discussion of ways of including the various techniques and progressions in a class situation and we run a ‘real time’ mobilisation session to get everyone feeling great. We also look at seemingly innocent common habits that contribute to a reduction in flexibility. The rest of the day is spent exploring how to use modifications of the techniques to train dancers, gymnasts, contortionists and martial artists into the extreme positions that they require for high level competition in the safest way possible. Safely improving and maintaining extreme range is highly dependent on subtle segmental stability of local stabilisers to control joint position, and understanding this can not only help performers achieve phenomenal range safely, but this can also help extend their career potential, and live a pain free life following retirement from competing.

Again, Do not worry if you struggle with your mobility! We will have several demonstration models as well as the course presenter to demonstrate some of the higher level elements so you will not feel obliged to perform any movement that is not part of your normal repertoire.

Completing the 3 Day Teacher Training is recommended prior to attending any of the Level 2 Intensives. If you attend any of our Level Two workshops prior to attending the 3 Day Level 1 Dance Teacher Training you will be recommended to sign up to our Teacher Training Portal for 3 months prior to the workshop going ahead. For further information about this, please contact us on workshops@theballetblog.com.

For full details of the content of our other Level 2 Intensives, please CLICK HERE.

The registration fee for each course includes a full colour course book, lunch and refreshments. Strictly limited to just 26 Participants.

Please Note: It is only possible to purchase a single ticket in each transaction. This is to ensure that each participant’s details are correctly added to the system.

If you are booking for more than one attendee, please make sure to use each attendee’s personal details so that they are correctly registered.

Location: Crossing Dance

Address: #223, 229-153rd Ave, SE, Calgary, AB, Canada, T2X 2K2

Dates & Times:

Sunday 9th February 2020- 9am to 5pm

Monday 10th February 2020- 8am to 4pm

Accommodation Ideas: 

Wingate South Calgary – A 10-15min walk

Holiday Inn Calgary McLeod Trail South – 10 Minute drive

*Please click here to view our cancellation policy before completing your purchase.

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