FREE Strength and Flexibility Training with Mariah Stromquis

Classes

Are you looking to take your technique to the next level? Would you like to learn new ways to exercise your body in a way that incorporates dance elements. Join us for conditioning classes with Mariah Stromquist, a N.A.I.T Personal Fitness Training student and elevate your mind and body to new levels. Through the use of various training styles such as resistance, pilates, and self myofascial release you will learn new techniques to build muscle and increase flexibility.

Strength and flexibility training provides a multitude of benefits for dancers. It can improve balance, flexibility, core strength, and overall technique. As a dancer herself, Mariah is aware of the demands it can have on the body and works to improve mind-body connection through the use of strength and conditioning. By the end of this class, you will have developed a repertoire of exercises that will have you jumping higher, bending further, and feeling great. See you in class!

  • Monday February 14 2pm-3pm, ***CANCELLED***
  • Monday February 28 2pm-3pm
  • Wednesday March 2 10am-11am
  • Wednesday March 23 10am-11am

At Shumka Dance Centre (10515 111 St NW, Edmonton, AB)

About Mariah Stromquis
Mariah is a Dancer, Instructor, and currently completing her Personal Fitness Training program at N.A.I.T. She is a Indigenous dancer from the County of Lac La Biche Alberta and works to bring safe and fun fitness instruction to all who are interested in exploring movement.

While completing her practicum with Good Women Dance Collective, she will be focusing on bringing conditioning and strength classes to the studio. She is a contemporary focused dancer and choreographer and has trained in a variety of styles such as Cunningham, Graham, and Limón.

She has worked in collaboration with Northern Beat Dance Academy as an instructor/choreographer since 2018, working with dancers from the age of 3-18, as well as briefly studying contemporary dance techniques at Simon Fraser University. She has run workshops and projects that focus on allowing the individual to create an emotional connection between the mind and body, including her latest project E-Motion. Mariah continues to work to make dance and physical fitness accessible and enjoyable to everyone.