EVERY DANCER HAS THE POWER
The highest accomplishment as a dancer or teacher is to actualize potential. With proper placement and injury prevention, you pave the pathway to that achievement. Relative Motion is designed for that purpose.
And the power is yours.
We help dancers understand anatomy and the body in motion easily by use of our customized apparel and corresponding training program, making anatomy visual and therefore enabling a dancer to develop strong technique and foster injury prevention, while also powering them to their fullest potential.
If you are looking to maximize class time, ensure injury prevention, or find ways to build strong technique anywhere, this program is created for you.
With Relative Motion, YOU set the standard, and it cannot be shaken.
The Panels Behind The Program
The magic ingredient in our program is the apparel-- giving us the ability to SEE the body in action, KNOW it's in proper, safe alignment, and MEASURE progress! With our patented muscle block panels and our simplified color based cueing, no other program makes dance a visual learning experience like Relative Motion.
CHOOSE RELATIVE MOTION AND YOU CHOOSE
Traditional concepts and training taken to a new level of understanding and application
Anatomy made visual- fostering proper technical alignment and injury prevention
Classes that transition seamlessly from a studio setting to virtual learning and back
Positive community reinforcement and added resources to strengthen the whole dancer: mind, body and spirit
Apparel with precise color-block panels show anatomy in a clear and distinct way, making it easy to see, feel, understand and utilize each muscle group. Effective for teaching classes of any size, cleaning choreography and cross training, all while emphasizing alignment and safe dancing.
Clear exercises with simple cueing
Seamless transitions from our curriculum to your classes and choreography
Effective visuals for easy to see alignment, placement and corrections
A positive community of dancers and teachers who love to learn, grow and encourage each other. We are built upon the concepts of nurturing the full dancer, and believe that being a great dancer is to be a strong athlete, an incredible artist, and a beautiful human.
THE SCIENCE OF MUSCLES
WHY IT MATTERS HOW YOU MOVE
According to the Journal of Athletic Training...
‘‘as many as 60% to 90% of dancers are injured during their careers, and most of their injuries affect the lower extremities and back... this extremely high percentage attests to the compelling need for preventive action.’’