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Conditioning for Dancers Download


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Conditioning for Dancers by Aleksandra Wojda Nelson incorporates Yoga, Pilates and Jazz techniques to create an amazing workout and conditioning class for your int-adv dancers. There are no notes with this product.

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Aleksandra Wojda Nelson offers valuable material for all dancers that understand it takes a physically strong person to become a good dancer. Pulling from yoga, Pilates, and solid jazz technique, Aleksandra brings you five exercises designed specifically to strengthen the dancer’s body. The video shows three angles for each exercise as Aleksandra teaches you how to teach these exercises to your own dancers.

Original music by Matthey A. Nelson - composed specifically for this work - is included. 

Download Includes:

  • Video files of breakdown and performance of each exercise
  • 6 tracks of original music to accompany exercises
  • Cover art 

Aleksandra Wojda Nelson is originally from Chicago, Illinois where she trained extensively with Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago. Upon graduating from Northwestern University, she competed as a top 20 dancer on season 2 of So You Think You Can Dance. Since then she has a successful dance career performing in television, commercials, industrials, and music videos. She also has been fortunate to spread her passion of dance through traveling across the US teaching master classes and setting choreography.


View FileAbs Preview   Size: (1.95 MB)
View FileArm and Leg Series Preview   Size: (2.08 MB)
View FileFloor Leg Series Preview   Size: (2.01 MB)
View FileHip Strengthening Preview   Size: (2 MB)
View FileYoga Flow Preview   Size: (2.25 MB)

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