Anatomy for Dancers
The Secret to Becoming A Better Dance Teacher
An online course designed to help you teach more effectively in the studio & help your students succeed beyond just dance technique.
Help your students understand their alignment, develop more body awareness, and understand technique from a scientific lens.
This online course will help you...
Understand the human body functions
Analyze movement with a critical eye
Use more effective cues while teaching
Identify the structural differences in your dancers' bodies
You teach ballet, contemporary, or jazz technique
You've never had any anatomy training
You want to bring a new perspective to your students
You give the same corrections over & over again
This course is for you if...
Why do some of your students have great turnout and others don't?
No matter their age or experience level, one student just won't catch up to the other.
Is it strength? Is it laziness? Are they not practicing outside of class?
it's their anatomy!
The first module will give you instructions for the rest of the course with a bit of housekeeping before you continue.
When you enroll, you'll get:
1 year access to the course
30 minute free consultation with Kendall
Downloadable worksheets to practice on your own
Unlimited email access to Kendall
Take a Sneak Peek Inside the Course:
Meet Your Instructor
As a certified personal trainer, Pilates instructor, and health coach, Kendall brings a holistic approach to dancers' wellbeing and training. Having earned a BA in Dance Science and MSc in Dance Science, her well-rounded knowledge allows her to assess and train dancers that focus on the whole body - mentally and physically.
Kendall has completed several classes in anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, motor control and learning, psychology, nutrition, and exercise physiology. She has also experience conducting dance science research related to self-efficacy and perfectionism in online dance classes, which is why this online course is entirely designed according to textbook principles and current dance science research.
Do I need access to a gym for these plans?Nope! All training plans can be completed entirely at home. However, you do need some equipment. The required equipment for both programs includes resistance bands, yoga blocks (or books/stools), a chair, and space to move. Optional equipment includes dumbbells and kettlebells.
My schedule changes every week. What if I can't do the workouts?That's okay! After you complete a workout, you'll get access to the next workout. Once you log a workout, you will have access to it for as long as you stay in the training plan. You can always go back and repeat a workout or keep it for future reference.
Will a training plan like this actually help me get better at technique?Absolutely. We've trained dancers with these workouts for years, and they can truly feel a difference in their technique during class AND their efforts are rewarded with higher scores at dance competitions. Keep scrolling further on this page to read what others have to say about our training!
Are there any live classes in the course?The workouts are not live, but you do have the option to contact Kendall via email or in-app messaging for direct feedback on your dance technique or exercises.
What equipment do I need?Resistance bands Light/Medium/Heavy Dumbbells or Kettlebells (optional) Yoga block or small book Chair or bench Floor space or a yoga mat
Can international dancers join?Absolutely! We take credit or debit cards. If you do not have a debit or credit card, please email Kendall at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about other options.
I'm a teacher. Can I use these plans with a group of students?Absolutely! We offer a studio flat rate for monthly enrollment and use of the programs for an unlimited number of students to have their own accounts in the portal/app. Please email email@example.com to schedule a call.
Join the 100 other dance teachers who have enrolled in the course!
"Thank you so much Kendall for this enjoyable and highly comprehensive course. I learned a lot and will definitely be returning to reuse the materials and lessons."
- Kimberley Cousins, Anatomy for Dancers Student
"I want to teach more technique and less choreography, so this course is exactly what I was looking for!
- Mikayla, Anatomy for Dancers Student