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EASY ARABESQUE & ATTITUDE DERRIERE
ONLINE CERTIFICATION TRAINING

Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About
The Arabesque & Attitude Derriere
Flexibility & Strength Training Online Teacher's Certification Seminar

This Arabesque & Attitude Derriere Online Training Certification Course You Contains:

  • An in-depth explanation of each technique
  • The purpose of each technique
  • Proper Tempo
  • Level to Level progression
  • Tests and Markers
  • Leg Strength Flexibility Positioning Techniques
  • Core (back extension) Strength Flexibility Techniques
  • Kinesiological Explanation of each ZST
  • Animation Breakdown of each ZST
  • Full Breakdown of the Program into Functional Components
  • Easy to Follow Lesson Plans with Cues and Directions
  • Multiple Choice Certification Test to check your understanding of the techniques and concepts

This certification course will allow you to teach proper Arabesque & Attitude Derriere development in the following setting:

  • Private one-on-one online sessions
  • Private one-on-one in studio sessions
  • Arabesque & Attitude Derriere specific group classes
  • Arabesque & Attitude Derriere online classes
  • Splicing the material into general dance classes

This Arabesque & Attitude Derriere Online Training Certification Course Contains the Following Sections:

An in depth explanation of each technique

"Most dancers will find the transition from level 2 to level 3 the most challenging of the transitions. The reason being, the torso was horizontal and now it’s vertical, to smooth this transition make sure to feel completely comfortable with level 2 before moving onto level 3. Although there is hand support provided by the wall, the barre or the chair, the engagement now includes the spinal muscles a lot more. The supporting..."

The Purpose of Each Technique

"At the beginners level a contraction is used with assistance of a hand to allow the dancer to understand which muscles should do the work and how they should do the work, often when the body is placed into new and unfamiliar position especially when the muscles have to contact in very short or very long range the nerves may fire incorrectly causing the muscles to contract and apply force in directions where it’s not necessary. And thus, pressing straight down with the hand allows the body to understand exactly in which direction..."

Proper Tempo

"Your body should form an L. From here, lift your arms, chest and
shoulders off the floor and extend your arms straight overhead, hold for 3
seconds, place your hands under your shoulders and press up a little bit higher..."

Level to Level Progression

" ...however by the second level there is an expectation that the body now understands which muscle fibers it needs to contract to extend the hip in a turned out position. The que is no longer given at this level with a pressure of the hand. However, the reciprocal inhibition component is the same, the contraction of the gluteal group leads to the release of specific hip flexors and adductors allowing to lift the leg further..."

Tests Markers & Progression Guide

"...Now to move on from level 2 which is hands on the wall to level 3 which is legs on the wall also has two requirements. The strength requirement is to be able to come up higher each time on a 3 presses, and on the third one to be able to hold the position 8 to12 seconds at least 8 seconds and ideally closer to 12 seconds. The flexibility requirement is to be able to press off the wall and bring the chest at least few degrees up from the vertical, in other words your chest is not squared looking at the wall but slightly turned up even few degrees higher than the vertical..."

Leg Strength Flexibility Positioning Techniques

" ...however by the second level there is an expectation that the body now understands which muscle fibers it needs to contract to extend the hip in a turned out position. The que is no longer given at this level with a pressure of the hand. However, the reciprocal inhibition component is the same, the contraction of the gluteal group leads to the release of specific hip flexors and adductors allowing to lift the leg further..."

This Certification Course is Available Online and Accessible from ANY Device!

You get to have access to the course indefinitely! Even after you get your certification! Which means you can return to watch it again and again and again!