This course enrollment closed 4/28/20
For those who need help with consistency and do not really know where to start, the 60 Day Challenge will help you get started, create great habits and take you through 60 days.
You will also be added to the private student only Facebook group! This is next level. Hope you will join us!
The focus of our 60 Day Challenge (#1) is improvements in:
- Closed Hip Splits
- Attitude Derriére
The muscles that will be stretched to improve the focus of our (#1) challenge are:
- Hip Flexors and Quads
- Outer Hip, Lateral Thigh and Calf
- Deep 6 External Hip Rotators
- Inner Hip and Thigh
- Shoulders, Mid-Back and Spine
The above muscles will be stretched during this phase as they can ALL oppose your Closed Hip Splits, Arabesques and Attitude Derriére. Of course, some of them will oppose the desired movements more than others, therefore, we will spend a little more time stretching those. But...as you know now, variety is key to stretching. If you want to see safe and effective gains in your flexibility, it’s essential that your stretch routine needs variety!
Again...adding variety into your daily and weekly stretch sequences ensures that you avoid under stretching and overstretching. It works to safely improve flexibility and mobility, while decreasing your chance of pain and injury.
Day 1 - Warm Up Video (22 Min) & 9 Video Stretch Sequence (18 min)
Day 2 - Warm Up Video (24 Min) &11 Video Stretch Sequence (22 Min)
Day 3 - Warm Up Video (16 Min) &13 Video Stretch Sequence
Day 4 - Rest or Optional Recovery Video (10:29 Min)
Day 5 - Warm Up Video (22 Min) & 9 Video Stretch Sequence (16 Min)
Day 6 - Warm UP Video (16 Min) & 4 Stretch Sequence 1 (22 Min) plus 9 Video Stretch Sequence 2.
Day 7 - Rest or Optional Recovery Video (15 Min)
You will stick with the same stretch sequences for the 8 weeks of each challenge. Consistency, familiarity and accountability is key to progress and success. If you fully show up and follow the stretch curriculum every week for the FULL 8 weeks you will see progress!
- Student Only Private Facebook Group
- Course does not expire. Go at your own pace.
- Start when you like.
- Streaming Videos (No Downloads Necessary)
- No recurring charges unless you choose a payment plan. No membership fees.
Challenge #1 and #2 do not need to be done in order if you have them both.
Christine, has spent the last two decades guiding others to move with ease, strength and confidence. She has created a progressive dance conditioning system based on yoga and Pilates, backed by science.
Her goal is to help dancers enhance their movement patterns, restore alignment, increase strength, flexibility and mobility. And bring balance to their bodies, minds and lives. Her knowledge and understanding has helped her craft this progressive yoga based system designed to move you forward.
- B.S. in Exercise Physiology from the University of Utah
- Founded Intermountain Pilates Training Center (The only STOTT Pilates training center in the state of Utah)
- First fully certified STOTT Pilates Instructor Trainer in Utah
- Yoga Alliance E-RYT 200 and RYT-500 certified
- Studies also include DANCE, anatomy, kinesiology, fascial health, and most everything movement related.
- Condition, stretch and recovery programs created for dancers by dancers.
- Advocates for HEALTHY physical, mental and emotional development in dancers.
- Teacher Training and Certification
While these are all wonderful accomplishments her true passion is her family.
To help dancers, athletes and all enhance their movement patterns, as well as, restore their own unique and ideal alignment, increase their strength, flexibility and mobility and restore balance to their bodies, minds and lives. To raise the bar in dance education, and ensure that dance condition, stretch and recovery methods appropriately meet the growing demands on dancers.
We are advocates for HEALTHY physical, mental and emotional development in dancers. Our mission is to align ourselves with like minded individuals and institutions. We believe it is time to raise the bar in dance education, to ensure that our dance condition, stretch and recovery methods appropriately meet the growing demands on dancers.