Ballet Fitness Instruction Certification

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Ballet Fitness Instruction Certification

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ASFA’s Ballet Fitness Instruction Certification helps experienced fitness professionals meet their continuing education goals while expanding into a fun and elegant ballet-based fitness method. The ballet fitness instruction certification is a great addition to the knowledge base and exercise routines for any fitness professional.

Fitness professionals across the country are tapping into this graceful fitness method with ASFA’s Ballet Fitness Instruction Certification. Ballet fitness instruction appeals to a wide demographic, making this qualification an excellent choice for continuing education to maintain a cutting edge grasp in the fitness industry. With our Ballet Fitness Instruction Certification, fitness professionals can learn about class set-up, ballet fitness technique, proper form, use of the barre and more.

ASFA's Ballet Fitness Certification can help the experienced fitness professional expand his/her career through:

  • Enhanced understanding of specialized ballet fitness methods and barre use considerations
  • Utilization of dynamic and engaging isometric exercises to elongate the body and increase health and flexibility
  • Increased client confidence in commitment to continuing education
  • Ability to integrate a fun and elegant form of fitness into client programs

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