Teaching Rizzmic will take your fitness career to new heights while you help others cut loose and dance! The Instructor Training workshop is designed to help you become a confident dancer, a powerful presenter, and a well rounded group fitness instructor.
In 8 hours you will:
You will learn everything you need to know in order to pass your final audition. You have the option of auditioning on the day of your training, or you will be granted up to 30 days from your training date to submit a video audition. This requirement will ensure that you are fully prepared to lead a class through their first Rizzmic Experience.
Upon completion of training, all participants will recieve 5.5 AFFA credits!
It is essential that you have a strong sense of rhythm and some musicality in order to be a successful Rizzmic instructor. Previous experience with dance is helpful and a national fitness certification such as AFAA or ACE Group X is recommended, but the only thing required is a passion for teaching and a heart to help others through their journey to fitness. The education you will receive in this training is sure to enrich your fitness career by enhancing your performance in every other format you choose to teach. We look forward to helping you achieve success!
Are your members ready for a truly unique dance fitness experience? Rizzmic is unlike anything else out there. We are attracting multiple generations with our eclectic music and high energy movement. We can provide you with everything you need to successfully launch Rizzmic in your facility.
To learn the benefits of hosting a Rizzmic training, contact our Executive Administratior at firstname.lastname@example.org
Teach this fantastic format in any venue, with no fees for the use of the Rizzmic® name.
Gain access to the Instructor Community, which will provide you with all the support you need to be successful in your classes.
Regularly receive fully choreographed routines and tutorials directly from the founders of Rizzmic.
5.5 AFAA CEU's
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