CECs will be offered for ACE, AFAA, and NASM. Credit amounts still pending - announced in March.
CORE BARRE FIT
with Fred Devito and Elisabeth Halfpapp
Experience a barre class developed by the founders/godparents of the barre movement based on the principles of Lotte Berk Method, and their own development of Core Fusion and Exhale Barre with Fred DeVito and Elisabeth Halfpapp. See the evolution of barre from 1980’s to their present day creative innovations!
THE MIXTAPE BARRE TOUR
with Lauren George
What do you get when you combine New Kid’s On The Block, Salt N Pepa, Tiffany, Debbie Gibson, Naughty by Nature and barre? An event that can’t be missed and a class that will fly by as you belt out the lyrics to your favorite throwback tunes. Themed classes are a fun way to turn your regular Tuesday 9:15 AM barre class into a can’t miss event. This workshop will discuss how to create successful and fun themed classes, plus fill your choreography toolbox with a ton of creative new moves!
with Jill Rose Jacobs
Burlesque Barre© is a steamy version of Barre – learn a new fitness format that has risen to cult-like popularity in cities like New York and London. Inside this sinfully playful class format is a know-no-boundaries exercise challenge that blends techniques from ballet, jazz, Pilates, tango – devoted to Barre methodology which is known to produce a toned and graceful dancer-like body.
DAILEY METHOD - ALIGNMENT PRINCIPLES
with Jill Dailey
Join Jill Dailey, founder of The Dailey Method, to learn about what makes this Barre method unique. We will review the 4 S's: Stability, Space, Support and Smile, and learn how to align, engage, and move with these principles to keep optimal skeletal alignment and muscular support in your body throughout any movement.
ANATOMY AND CONNECTION FOR BARRE FITNESS
with Lindsey Long
Connecting with your students is the key to teaching success and the hands-down best way to create connection is by being hands-on. Step one in giving effective hands on adjustments is to have a deep understanding of the key anatomical structures in barre fitness - the pelvis, hips and spine. In this dynamic, hands-on anatomy and movement mechanics session, you will explore these key anatomical structures, how they should (and shouldn't) move, and how your hands-on feedback can help your students stay safe and challenge themselves throughout class.