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The Synergy of Science and Dance

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Personal Training
Dance Science Education

Hi, I’m Kendall

Certified Personal Trainer and

Dance Scientist

BodyKinect’s mission is to provide personal training services and dance science education to competitive dancers of all ages to enhance their overall performance and improve their dance technique. With this science-based training, we want dancers to feel more confident in their abilities as humans and as dancers.

Introducing BodyKinect

The Ultimate Method to Improve Your Dance Technique

We provide personal dance science training and education that teaches you about your body and helps you strengthen your dance technique in a fully personalized plan. Unlike other dance training services, BodyKinect teaches you the science behind the dancing from a trained dance science professional and helps you increase body awareness, prevent injuries, and enhance performance.

What We Offer


Virtual Training


12-Week Online Training Program 


In-Person Training


Studio Master Classes


6-Week Online Training Plans


Online Courses

Train with Kendall on the Go

Check out BodyKinect's 6-week online strength training plans for better turns, leaps, or extensions - perfect for beginner dancers who are brand new to strength training!

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What is Dance Science?

Dance science includes a multitude of disciplines related to dance training and performance. Dance science researchers focus on optimizing dance performance via physiology, biomechanics, fitness, psychology, and nutrition. In addition, dance science can include the health and wellbeing of dancers from a holistic perspective.


Without dance science, dancers would not have the understanding of their bodies, training principles, safety, or impact of dance on their bodies and minds. Dance science is a fast-growing field of research committed to helping dancers around the world.

Download your FREE guide!

Learn how to build your best warm up for dance with various strength training exercises. Click on the image below to have it sent straight to your inbox:

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