Join the Instructor Training with Urbhanize® Senior Master Trainer Natthapong Champachan, Thailand
September 22nd. from 10:00-18:00
1st. Floor Start Up Fitness
Khae Rai, Muang, Nonthaburi
TRAINING Starts 10:00 and will finish around 18:00
For the Urbhanize Shorties® Instructor Training prices are as follows:
LAUNCH EARLY BIRD INSTRUCTOR TRAINING 80$
FROM SEPTEMBER 1st. 100$
ON DAY CASH PAYMENT: 150$
NORMAL PRICE IS 165$
PRICE is including:
* 1 Day Instructor Training
** Attention: To teach and run Urbhanize Shorties® Classes you will have to sign up the Instructor Base for your license and access to the Urbhanize® Instructor Base (Music, Videos). Early Bird price for new instructors if signed before or DURING the day of the training is 150$, and must be renewed every year to maintain license to teach the programs offered by Urbhanize®.
Urbhanize Shorties® is a Dance Fitness program for children and youth in the age between 6 and 12 based on the Urban moves from Street Dance and Hip Hop.
STREET DANCE x BHANGRA x FUN
Urbhanize Shorties® is combining cool moves that children easily can relate to with Smokin ́Hot HipHop music, adding elements from the Indian/Pakistani folk dance Bhangra.
The format of Urbhanize Shorties® is very easy for children to follow, and will for sure let them shine, while having lots of fun and joy. The many benefits of Urbhanize Shorties® are not only developing healthy cardio respiratory effects, that will follow children into adulthood, but they also develop thinking and communication skills, and will build self-confidence.
The idea of Urbhanize Shorties® is to give children the opportunity to exercise while having lots of fun, developing a healthy lifestyle, feeling the good vibes from the great beats of the music, learning new cultures, expressing emotions through their body, grow physically strong, develop thinking and communication skills as they explore and interact with the world around them along with building a healthy self-confidence.
Urbhanize Shorties® was launched on november 1st. 2016 by Dennis W. Thomsen.