Core & Flexibility Intensive, Munich, GERMANY, June, 2020


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Location: Ballettzentrum Unterhaching Pirouette
Address: Südstraße 8, 82008 Unterhaching, Munich,  Germany

Core Intensive – Friday 12th June 2020
Flexibility Intensive –
Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th June 2020

Our intensives are specifically designed for both dance teachers & health professionals. Each workshop is delivered as a detailed two day intensive, that can be taken in your area of interest allowing you to focus and grow in each specific area of dance technique. These intensives allow each area to be explored in greater detail and provides age appropriate progressions, modifications for injury & personal experience.

Completing the 3 Day Level One Teacher Training is recommended prior to attending any of the more detailed intensive Teacher Training courses, but it is not essential. If you have yet to attend the Level One course you may sign up to our Level One Online Teacher Training Portal prior to the workshop going ahead. For further information about this, please contact us on 

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.




This is a breakdown of the two day intensive workshops to give you some idea of the content covered and the structure of each day.


Core Intensive – 12th June 2020- $330 AUD


How we approach the training of the core has evolved drastically over the last 10 years to include a much more holistic approach. Recent focuses include how to incorporate breath into our training of the core to subtly activate muscles like the pelvic floor and Transverse Abdominus in an more effective way. Core training does not focus solely on training the abdominal muscles but must look at the interconnected muscular contractions of small stabilisers throughout the body to create their true stability rather than brute strength. The new approach looks at utilising the body’s natural ability to stabilise itself and how exercises can be done to further reinforce that mechanism whilst also raising kinaesthetic awareness.


The course is broken down into stages with each stage comprised of different exercise assessments, allowing the dancer and teacher to gauge at which level they currently stand. Each stage becomes incrementally harder to involve more elements and dynamic movement of the spine. We look at five different positions and five different grades of exercises to help devise the optimal core program for each individual. This course is suitable for anyone, from those with chronic back pain to high level performers, as each stage will be gradually explored. This work is ideal for overcoming chronic issues with spinal stability as it is extremely specific. Again, we will have student models so you will not have to do every exercise, but the initial stages are very accessible for everyone.


Flexibility Intensive – 13th to 14th June 2020 – $550 AUD


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 otwo day workshop, Lisa addresses each of these issues and looks at common cases in individuals and how to effectively treat these issues.

Day One focuses 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.

For full details of the content of our other Full Day 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: Ballettzentrum Unterhaching Pirouette
Address: Südstraße 8, 82008 Unterhaching, Munich, Germany

Dates: 12th-14th June, 2020

Core Intensive – Friday 12th June- 9:00am – 5:00pm
Flexibility Intensive – Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th June-  9:00am – 5:00pm

Specific instructions for travel and parking:


  • Parking is available on the right next to the school.
  • There are two S-Bahn (train) stations ‚Taufkirchen’ and ‚Unterhaching’ both about 15 minutes walk from the school.
  • Nearest Airport Munich


NH Hotel
Leipziger Strasse 1
82008 Unterhaching

Holiday Inn
82008 Unterhaching


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Additional information

Level 2 Courses

12th June 2020- Core Intensive, 13th-14th June 2020- Flexibility Intensive