Athletic & Dance Programs

As with all of our other programs, these dancer and athletic-specific programs incorporate functional fitness and nutrition training to discourage functional decline. La Belle Vie's Athletic and Dancer Rehabilitation & Injury Prevention programs are created to maximize the athlete's and the dancer's ability within their own sport/art while also preventing injury and/or protecting an existing injury.*

Our trainers are also there to help athletes and dancers of all ages restore strength, flexibility, and overall functional health and fitness through functional coaching. Participants will learn their anatomical limitations, proper alignment, and basic rehabilitation techniques to restore their bodies, mental health, and their confidence. Athletes and dancers are always pushing themselves to the limit in order to excel in their chosen sport/art. In these programs, they will learn how to push their bodies without sacrificing their health to achieve their highest potential, whether they are pursuing a professional career or not.

Pricing:

For the initial 6-week program

$420.00

 

Subsequent renewals**

$360.00

Add-ons are available including additional sessions, dance lessons, specific nutrition programs, and extra self-massage and foam rolling sessions upon request. Contact us for pricing options.

View our Dancer Rehabilitation & Injury Prevention Program

View our Athletic Rehabilitation & Injury Prevention Program

*We are not Physical Therapists and do not take the place of Physical Therapists

**We require a re-assessment every 6-8 months to stay current. The renewal price is only available for that time period.

Rehabilitation & Injury Prevention Programs

For Dancers-
 
Our Dancer Rehabilitation Program is a renewable 6-week program that includes the following:
  • Functional fitness and rehabilitation training based on either injury prevention or rehabilitation after certain injuries.
  • Functional nutrition coaching focused on rebuilding gut health, balancing hormones, and preventing/repairing malabsorption issues.
  • Fun and simple at-home exercises and homework when not working with the trainer.
  • Complete access to their trainer 3 days a week for three, one-hour sessions.
  • Initial assessment and screening to fully assess the dancer's medical history, fitness level, injury and surgery history, health habits and behaviors, dance schedule outline, and goals.
  • All materials necessary for workouts and menu plans (recipes, menu plans, shopping lists, workout PDFs, and additional information).
  • Emphasis on healthy communication between the dancer, La Belle Vie trainer, dance teacher, parents, and any other health/medical professional that the dancer is currently working with.
Overview of What to Expect:
A comprehensive assessment and screening done both in person and online that will give the trainer a well-rounded look at the dancer's past and current issues. This allows the trainer to create a program that will target those specific issues to prevent further decline and support the dancer nutritionally and physically.
When beginning the program, dancers will learn the basic function of their body as well as their anatomical restrictions and how to work within those parameters. They will gain a better understanding of how their muscles and flexibility work together and how decline can occur through improper care or poor technique.
 
The trainer will incorporate various styles of cross-training, specific to what the dancer’s needs are. This could includes correcting improper technique, strengthening weak areas, bringing relief to tight areas, and reducing imbalance between flexibility and strength.
  • Floor barre to avoid weight-bearing activites
  • Pilates for core and pelvic strength as well as balance and flexibility
  • Resistance training with bands and/or light weights for endurance and to promote strong bones
  • Cardiovascular exercises to increase lymph drainage, blood flow, and oxygen throughout the body
  • Calisthenics to increase muscle memory
  • Isometric exercises for muscular flexibility and strength
  • Foot-focused exercises
  • Self-massage and foam rolling to aid in recovery and healing
The workouts will include a variety of the previously mentioned techniques at a level specific to the dancer in question. The level in which the dancer is placed will be determined by the trainer upon review of the initial assessment. There are 3 levels, beginner, moderate, and intermediate, all incorporating varied weight and non-weight-bearing exercises.
 
Dancers will also be coached through how to deal with physical and mental stress associated with dance and other life stressors. They will learn why stress is damaging, long-term and how to properly address it and shut it down before it becomes a problem.
 
This program also includes nutrition coaching. Dancers, just as sport-specific athletes, have very specific nutrition needs to fuel their bodies and prevent malnutrition. The trainer will help the dancer understand why nutrition is so important and cannot be ignored or taken lightly.
 
 
 
For Athletes-

 

Our Athletic Rehabilitation Program is a renewable 6-week program that includes the following:
  • Functional fitness and rehabilitation training based on either injury prevention or rehabilitation after certain injuries.
  • Functional nutrition coaching focused on rebuilding gut health, balancing hormones, and preventing/repairing malabsorption issues.
  • Fun and simple at-home exercises and homework when not working with the trainer.
  • Complete access to their trainer 3 days a week for three, one-hour sessions.
  • Initial assessment and screening to fully assess the athlete's medical history, fitness level, injury and surgery history, health habits and behaviors, sport schedule outline, and goals.
  • All materials necessary for workouts and menu plans (recipes, menu plans, shopping lists, workout PDFs, and additional information).
  • Emphasis on healthy communication between the athlete, La Belle Vie trainer, coach(es), parents, and any other health/medical professional that the athlete is currently working with.
Overview of What to Expect:
A comprehensive assessment and screening done both in person and online that will give the trainer a well-rounded look at the athlete's past and current issues. This allows the trainer to create a program that will target those specific issues to prevent further decline and support the athlete nutritionally and physically.
When beginning the program, athletes will learn the basic function of their body as well as their anatomical restrictions and how to work within those parameters. They will gain a better understanding of how their muscles and flexibility work together and how decline can occur through improper care or poor technique.
 
The trainer will incorporate various styles of cross-training, specific to what the athlete's needs are. This could includes strengthening weak areas, bringing relief to tight areas, focusing on their sport-specific strengths, and reducing imbalance between flexibility and strength.
  • Pilates for core and pelvic strength as well as balance and flexibility
  • Resistance training with bands and/or light weights for endurance and to promote strong bones
  • Cardiovascular exercises to increase lymph drainage, blood flow, and oxygen throughout the body
  • Calisthenics to increase muscle memory
  • Isometric exercises for muscular flexibility and strength
  • Small group muscle focus
  • Self-massage and foam rolling to aid in recovery and healing
The workouts will include a variety of the previously mentioned techniques at a level specific to the athlete in question. The level in which the athlete is placed will be determined by the trainer upon review of the initial assessment. There are 3 levels, beginner, moderate, and intermediate, all incorporating varied weight and non-weight-bearing exercises.
Athletes will also be coached through how to deal with physical and mental stress associated with their sport(s) and other life stressors. They will learn why stress is damaging, long-term and how to properly address it and shut it down before it becomes a problem.
 
This program also includes nutrition coaching. All athletes have very specific nutrition needs to fuel their bodies and prevent malnutrition. The trainer will help the athlete understand why nutrition is so important and cannot be ignored or taken lightly.
 
 

Additional Programs

Athletic Conditioning

Our main focus for athletes is to provide ways to strengthen and prepare their bodies in order to avoid injury. These classes are specifically designed to help students gain more coordination, flexibility, strength, endurance, agility, and injury prevention/rehabilitation through safe and effective training.

 

Each class will be themed in order to offer well-rounded training for all muscle groups and coordination rather than focusing on one, specific sport. Clients will work on their own as well as within a group to build camaraderie and sportsmanship within a team. Each client will also have the chance to try out our obstacle course which will put all that they have learned to action.

 

They will also be taught how to self-massage sore, tired muscles and build a nutrition plan that will help them gain a well-rounded look on properly preparing their bodies for their chosen sport.

This is a Specialized Group Class

Broadway-Bound

Just like our athletic program, dancers, and performers need ways to strengthen and prepare their bodies to avoid injury and illness. Classes are organized to teach musical theater dance-styled exercises, working on coordination, cardio, flexibility, and agility.

Whether clients are interested in the lights of Broadway or not, these classes are fun and upbeat to keep each attendee on their feet! Each client will also learn how to properly take care of their bodies through self-massage and stretching.

At the end of each program, clients will receive a special prize to mark their accomplishment.

This is a Specialized Group Class