Advanced Flexibility & Contortion

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Advanced Flexibility & Contortion
Course Description:

Katrina's advanced flexibility/contortion series will be a twice weekly 1.5 hour class combining dynamic stretching, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation stretching and static stretching. Classes will be held Tuesday & Saturday. Tuesday class will cover the body as a whole without one central point of focus. Saturday class will utilize the same range of methods and cover the whole form with specific focus on:

1st Saturday: Shoulders
2nd Saturday: Spine
3rd Saturday: Hips

Students should arrive well hydrated and with a full water bottle for the class. Please bring either a strap or meter long stick and 2 blocks. If you have a bolster or supportive pillows, they will be handy for the static stretching portion of each class.
Drop-In, Makeup, & Private Lesson Availability:

Drop-in classes will be permitted on Tuesdays only (whole body focus) for $50. The intensive series is intended to be completed as a whole for sustainable and visible contortion progress. Participants who register for the entire series may make up missed classes with an Open Gym credit, but no specific make-up class will be held. Katrina is available for private lessons at Miraas Circus Arts by request (please email

$275 for the series, $50 drop-in Tuesday nights only.

Katrina's Bio:

Katrina Schlom has been teaching and training athletes for 15 years. She began as a figure skater at the internationally-renowned Broadmoor World Arena training in Ice Dancing, ballet (Vaganova and Cecchetti methods), modern dance, creative movement, and choreography. There she trained current and future Olympians in ballet and off-ice strength and flexibility. She has since taught and professionally performed aerial arts and has choreographed for dancers, gymnasts, figure skaters, and aerialists. Katrina believes in putting the longevity of performers' bodies first; her stretching and strength training techniques draw from many disciplines and focus on alignment and injury prevention. Her goal is to train athletes to reach their individual goals while always remaining focused on safety.
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By: Miraas Circus Arts

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