The BalletBeFit Academy is a leading dance and ballet inspired fitness business training community for fitness professionals, dancer teachers, Yoga and Pilates instructors, dancers and recently graduated dance students.
And it’s packed with in-depth, practical training, choreography, music, business training, marketing training and resources on all aspects of planning, building, running and growing your fitness business.
PLUS the community support you need to ensure your business achieves its full potential.
Systemise your fitness business so you have more time freedom.
Be able to teach more class types so you can offer variety and stand out from the crowd..
Gain more focus on the activities which will make your business work so you stop wasting time on those that aren’t.
Build your social media so you can attract more clients.
Feel more confident about putting yourself out there so you can share your knowledge and expertise.
Be consistent because you’ll have a plan to follow, so you’ll see results quicker.
Gain more clients because you’ll have more people interested in what you do.
Scale your business so you can teach in studio and online so you have a greater reach meaning more income.
Rachel Withers started ballet in 1977 when she began training at the Dorothy Stevens School of Dance. A RAD York Scholar, training under Louise Browne, Rachel was awarded the Margot Fonteyn award for Scholar of the year in 1986. Rachel obtained her Advanced (now Advanced 2) RAD Certification at the age of 16. She was then accepted into the prestigious Royal Ballet School in London, England. One of Rachel’s career highlights was performing for Dame Ninette de Valois 90th birthday gala celebration in 1988 at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden with a capacity audience of nearly 2,000 friends, colleagues and admirers, including Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Margaret and Dame Margot Fonteyn. Dame Ninette de Valois was a - dancer, choreographer, teacher and founder of Britain’s Royal Ballet.
At the age of 18, she began her professional career, when she performed with the Royal Ballet in Sleeping Beauty. Rachel has studied and worked with numerous notable dancers, teachers and choreographers, including Dame Alicia Markova, Vassilie Trunoff, Dame Beryl Grey, and Brenda Last.
In 1990 - Rachel began teaching at the Dorothy Stevens School, at the Goddard School of dance and Stagecoach Performing Arts. Rachel has taught age ranges from 2 years to 18 years in both Ballet, modern and creative dance. Whilst teaching Rachel studied additional dance genres in particular contemporary dance and the Graham technique and gained a Bachelor of Performance Arts (hons) – Leeds University in 1993. After gaining her degree Rachel set up community art projects involving dance and drama for under privileged children and was involved with going into to schools to deliver creative dance and movement. Rachel has used dance and drama as a method of engagement, and creative expression, to build confidence, self-esteem and the ability to work positively with others.
Rachel has choregraphed pieces for theatre groups and her work has been performed at the Edinburgh Festival.
It was in 1998 that Rachel decided to leave the Dance world and started a family in 2000.
It was in 2007 Rachel realised she was out of shape and not looking after herself. Rachel attended a local gym, and after 9 months of training with the owner, took her first ballet fitness class. At the time Rachel wasn’t focused on developing the class other than helping women exercise and stay in shape using her ballet fitness method. It was towards the end of 2011, that Rachel started to support other woman with setting up their own ballet fitness class and this was when BalletBeFit was born. . It was in 2015 that the business went online so Rachel could further support other fitness professionals and those wanting to pursue their passion for dance and fitness.
BalletBeFit’s whole ethos is to support women in the fitness industry and make dance and fitness accessible to all ages and levels.
Learn how to use high converting lead magnets for your fitness business.
Learn how to build a landing page, and learn how to capture data to expand your fitness business.
Grow your social media accounts to start a movement.
Attract more people to your fitness classes with 7 key elements to success.
When you join the BalletBeFit Academy you are fully protected by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. If you don’t feel like you’ve received value and you decide you want to cancel any time within the next 7 days, just let us know and we’ll send you a prompt refund.
Because the sooner you start, the sooner you can start to build your profitable fitness business. If you don’t make changes nothing will change.
When you sign up to a membership with the BalletBeFit Academy you are protected by a 7 day money-back guarantee. If you decide you want to cancel your membership within 7 days of signing up, just let us know and we will send you a prompt refund.
As soon as you sign up to become an instructor you will be approached by your mentor, who will be there to offer you guidance and support throughout the whole training process. Your mentor will remain available to you even after you have completed your training should you need anything.
Each of our membership levels have the option to pay either monthly or yearly. We use secure payment gateways through either Stripe or PayPal.
The beauty of our membership portal is that you can spend as much or as little time on here as you like! We have hours of content including month-long courses and shorter burst of knowledge, but you can work through everything at entirely your own pace.
Included in both our Pro and Elite membership levels is a monthly Inner Circle call with Rachel, the founder and CEO of BalletBeFit along with other Inner Circle members. In our Elite plan is a 1:1 monthly fitness business strategy and development coaching call with Rachel so you can have her all to yourself!