Achieving Your Personal Best in Classical Ballet
What is Cross Conditioning at SiSu?
Cross Conditioning encompasses the entire development of the dancer. Several aspects are needed to improve the physical performance of a dancer such as strength, speed, agility, endurance, stability and flexibility. At SiSu Dance Academy we incorporate several exceptional programs and exercises to train the dancer methodically and safely:
- Progressing Ballet Technique (PBT) is an innovative international program for students who understand the depth of training muscle memory in achieving their personal best in classical ballet.
- Safe Flexibility training enhances the lines of a dancer. Stretching your muscles and joints also leads to a greater range of motion, improved balance, and an all-around healthy body.
- Resistance and strength training is given to dancers through obstacle courses in the studio.
- Coordination skills are developed with jump ropes, ladders, plyometric steps, BOSU balls, rotator discs, TheraBand resistance bands, and foam rollers.
The multiple benefits of Cross Conditioning include helping our dancers learn to prevent injuries or enhance rehabilitation by boosting strength and flexibility. Our extensive training and certifications speak to SiSu's solemn commitment to delivering safe training and practices in all our dance disciplines. Call 505-226-1153 to schedule a Free trial class and to inquire about tuition rates.
Sugarfoot Therapy is a physical therapy-based conditioning program that takes a preventative approach to dance injuries