A 6-Week Flexibility Mentorship with Ruby Lai
Would you like to achieve beautiful splits or oversplits, to achieve some of pole dancing’s most graceful and elegant moves, or just to feel more supple and flexible?
In “Project Splits”, a Flexibility Mentorship with Ruby Lai, we are giving 20 dancers the exclusive chance to work with Ruby over 6 weeks. Ruby will guide and support you through a structured program, to improve your Middle Splits, Front Splits and Straddle (pancake) splits. If you already have one or more of these splits flat, you will work on mastering the oversplit!
Ruby is one of our most loved instructors, and dancers rave about the progress they make in her splits workshops. We have worked with Ruby to develop a more intensive, 6-week mentorship, focused on developing hip mobility and strength through active and passive flexibility techniques. Ruby has a wealth of experience as a flexibility coach, professional pole instructor and competitive pole dancer, and her passion is to support and mentor her students to become their bendiest, strongest selves.
In this exclusive 6-week Mentorship, you’ll enjoy a combination of small group Zoom workshops (one 90 minute workshop per week), including a recording of each class so you can keep working on the content. You’ll also receive personalised weekly feedback from Ruby, a peer messaging group & bonus tips and tasks to help you further improve your technique. We will help you document your before and after photos, to track and celebrate your progress. At the end of the mentorship, you’ll receive personalised feedback on your technique, strengths and areas to work on, to help you improve your splits into the future.
The mentorship is for those who want to seriously improve their splits, or master their oversplits, and who value personalised guidance. This is for dancers of all flexibility levels. Work with Ruby to become bendier, fast, whatever your current flexibility level.
Express your interest below, and we will be in touch with more info as soon as it’s available. Places will be limited to 20 and offered first to those who have expressed interest.