14 October 2021 1:30 - 3:30 pm EDT
Rest, Recovery and Dancer Burnout
This webinar aims at understanding the systemic link between high-level training, rest and recovery, and its vital role in burnout prevention.
Based on a reflexive approach, this webinar aims at understanding the systemic link between high-intensity training and rest and recovery, and its vital role in burnout prevention for dancers. Participants will learn about the risk-factors and effects of burnout, be able to teach their students energy maintenance, and reflect on their own energy cycle and life balance.
- Learn about the systemic energy cycle and the use of optimal intensity in dance training and performance.
- Learn about the nature, risk-factors, and effects of dancer burnout.
- Identify the main sources and losses of energy.
- Gain knowledge on personal and dance training skills to enhance the use of optimal intensity and balance in work and recovery.
- Have a better understanding of the energy cycle and the use of optimal intensity in dance.
- Gain knowledge about the risk-factors and effects of burnout on dancers’ performance and global wellness.
- Be able to teach your students how to identify signs of energy loss and how to maintain their energy in dance training.
- Be able to incorporate pedagogy skills, in order to optimize your students’ energy cycle in the dance class.
- Reflect on personal attitudes, beliefs and everyday habits that may affect your own energy cycle and life balance.
This activity is worth 2 hours of Time-Valued CPD.Book Now
|1:30 - 3:30 pm EDT||2 hours||$30: Teaching Members, including those enrolled on the CBTS programme |
$40: Teaching Non-Members
Who can attend?
- Teachers, including those enrolled on the CBTS programme.
How to apply
Only those who have purchased tickets via Eventbrite AND have registered through Zoom will be able to access the webinar. Once you have registered for the webinar, you will receive access to the live version as well as the recording which will be sent out post webinar.
Note: All participants must register individually.