Maximal Flexibility for Dancers
Maximal Flexibility for Dancers
Maximal Flexibility for Dancers
Maximal Flexibility for Dancers
Maximal Flexibility for Dancers
Maximal Flexibility for Dancers

Maximal Flexibility for Dancers

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Maximal Flexibility is a very important component for dancers. In this course, dancers and instructors learn specific movement training to safely achieve their desired flexibility through step-by-step Flexistretcher® stretching and strengthening exercises.

Please note: It is strongly encouraged to complete the FLX INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION COURSE to learn FLX Stretch Training Method basics before taking this course. 

What you will learn from this course:

  • Review anatomy, physiology, and movement for normal range of motion
  • Understand the need for maximal flexibility 
  • Safety considerations for hypermobility
  • How to safely increase maximal flexibility relating to dance
  • Basic progressions for improving flexibility for dance

Enroll today and receive:

  • Exercise videos
  • Level 1 & 2 workouts
  • CEC credits

Why FLX?

Gain Flexibility.

Originally created to keep up with the daily demands of a professional ballerina, FLX® products and training techniques are proven beneficial for anyone looking to gain flexibility. A combination of stretch & strength – flexibility training is critical to reaching and maintaining the highest levels of mobility and performance.

Benefits for All.

For serious athletes, FLX® products help extend range of motion and improve functional strength within specific positions necessary for a sport or activity. For casual exercisers and for rehabilitation purposes, FLX® products help improve basic ranges of motion by applying the fundamental principles of flexibility – stretching and strengthening.

Flexibility Training

It goes beyond just stretching!

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Why Stretch?

• Great for reducing stress

• Increases flexibility

• Increases mobility

• Increases range-of-motion

• Helps improve posture

• Helps reduce potential muscle soreness

• Helps improve athletic performance

• May reduce risk of injury

Let's Stretch!

Discover and try these exercises to get you moving better...longer.

"Stretching keeps the muscles flexible, strong, and healthy, and we need that flexibility to maintain a range of motion in the joints. Without it, the muscles shorten and become tight."

- Harvard Health