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Educate yourself, Excel your dancers
Cross-training Certification for Dance Instructors

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Angela Cole


"Our biggest responsibility as dance educators is to elevate our students' potential while keeping them safe! This certification provides us with the knowledge to keep our dancers strong and injury-free, supporting their overall well-being and enabling them to pursue their passion for dance as long as they please."

Emma Larson

Apprentice with the New York State Ballet for the 2024-25 season. Teacher at the New York State Ballet Training Academy

"As educators, it is our responsibility to provide our students with the highest quality education. One way we can do this is by being educated ourselves. As ballet instructors, it is crucial that we have an understanding of anatomy, injury prevention, and exercise science so we can help our students become the best dancers they possibly can be. By having an understanding of this knowledge, we can safely train dancers and allow them to have long healthy careers."

Kara Cea

University of Akron Faculty, Joffrey Summer Intensive Programs

"It's so important that people have access to you...I wish I would have had something like this as I was coming up as a young teacher and student. It would have been incredible and I would have just soaked it up."

Julie - Broche Ballet


"I have had the pleasure of working with Veronica over the years and can confidently attest to her deep knowledge and unwavering passion for science-backed best practices in dance. Her dedication to keeping dancers safe, healthy, and technically sound is excellent. Veronica's expertise and commitment make her an invaluable asset to the dance community."

The Veronica K Method™

Classes start July 1st, 2024 (Cohort 1, 10 spots)
Doors close for admission July 7th

Self-paced learning

Trainings include a variety of readings, recorded classes, lectures, sample classes, printables, retention tests and pictures. The course is 8 weeks but, may be completed at your own pace.

Live trainings with Veronica

July 6th- Anatomy of Dance 9am (EST)

July 27th - 9am EST Q/A lecture

August 3rd- 10:05am (EST)  Q/A lecture

*Those unable to attend may submit questions prior on discussion board & will obtain recordings.

Become a technique & injury prevention expert

  • Master the science behind movement with anatomy, vestibular training, myofascial mobility, strength training, and cardio – all focused on dancer-specific needs.

  • Learn to analyze your dancers' movement patterns and prescribe effective out-of-class exercises for optimal results.

  • Identify common dance injuries and create safe modifications to keep your students healthy and performing their best.

Craft Engaging & Safe Programs:

  • Understand the F.I.T.T. principle and leverage your knowledge of physiology to design training programs that maximize benefits.

  • Master age-specific considerations, ensuring your routines are engaging and appropriate for all students.

Boost your resume

Elevate your studio's reputation for fostering safe and strong dancers, while simultaneously boosting your resume for dance instructor positions and showcasing your unwavering commitment to lifelong learning within the dance world.

Registration opens June 10th

  • Registration opens June 10th

  • Only 10 instructors will be chosen to attend cohort 1.

  • Additional applications will be considered as needed.

  • Classes open July 1st.

  • Registration closes July 7th 11:59pm EST.

Best Value

VK Method Instructor Certification



*Payment plans available through Affirm & Afterpay.

Valid until canceled

Learn strength techniques, vestibular balance training,

Myofascial mobility techniques, & PNF to help dancers.

Functional anatomy & physiology

Common injuries and prevention

Includes a group discussion forum

3 Zoom live workshops (or recordings)

Self paced learning with additional live trainings


 Enrollment closes for

1st class in...

For optimal results from your certification training, it's crucial to receive personal attention during live sessions and actively engage in the discussion board.

The course will mainly be self-paced, and live classes will be recorded and available for viewing. If you can't attend, you can still submit questions through the discussion board.

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