Education that Matters, for Teachers who Care.
You want to take your acro certification and training to the next level. You know you need higher-level acro material for your students, and you don't want to lose students who may feel like their progression is slowing down.
Like you, we understand that going from Junior to Intermediate-level acro can feel nerve-wracking, especially when tumbling skills enter into the mix! But no teacher should let intimidation stop them: teaching and spotting Intermediate acro is more than achievable, and you are ready for this.
Continue your certification, and:
So, how do you get started? That's easy:
Step #1: REGISTER for the online Intermediate class to claim your spot.
Step #2: Add an Intermediate-level class to your teaching schedule for next year.
Step #3: Implement the course content with your students and master Intermediate acro!
Ready to go from a Junior-level teacher, to everyone's Intermediate expert of choice?
Get on the Waiting List for our 2019 class by emailing us at: email@example.com
Melissa Klassen is an Acrobatic Dance specialist and Mentor. As Founder of the Acro Dance Teachers Association, and creator of the original Acrobatique AcroDance Syllabus, Melissa uses this platform to spread her message to Instructors of the importance of positive role modelling and mentorship for our youth. Melissa is a mentor, and Acro is her method.
For over 20 years, Melissa has built her career as an expert in AcroDance, safe spotting practices, injury prevention, gymnastics, adjudication, and positive mentorship. Melissa takes her role in molding and developing children very seriously, and it is the backbone to all of her work.
Melissa has extensive experience helping Studio Owners and Instructors put in place Acro Systems at their studios that are safe, appropriate and fun! Several of her own students have gone on to fulfil exciting professional careers, but what she is most proud of, is the impact she has been able to make on her students’ lives; as well-balanced and contributing members of society. Melissa is proud of her students’ accomplishments and of the positive impacts they are making in the world.