Carlisle, PA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 08/29/2017 -- Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet (CPYB), a nationally recognized school in the world of dance education, is pleased to announce it will be adding conditioning to the wellness aspect of its various programs. Adding conditioning into its training programs will help improve a student's aerobic capacity, muscular power, as well as flexibility and agility.
The wellness services currently in place for the school's students include on-site physical therapy sessions, on-site massage therapy appointments, and informative seminars on nutrition, injury prevention, and more. At Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, staff members are dedicated to every student's safety and health. With the addition of conditioning training into the school's programs, students will benefit from regular physical therapy and massage therapy sessions to keep them performing at their best.
Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet's programs not only focus on countless hours of training in the studio for stage performances, but provide students with practical knowledge and information on nutrition, injury prevention, and other life-enriching topics. The CPYB Dialogues seminar series goes beyond training and prepares the school's participants with vital life skills long after they completed the dance school's curriculum.
Children and parents alike can expect ballet at its best when they join one of Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet's dance programs. For over 60 years, the school has unlocked the potential of more than 20,000 students with its proven curriculum that progressively builds on each individual's skills.
To learn more about Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet's various dance programs or wellness services, please visit the school's website , https://www.cpyb.org/.
About Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet
Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet is a celebrated leader in the world of dance education with a curriculum that focuses on building technical strength, stamina, flexibility and artistic development. Aspiring dancers from around the world, aged 3-20, come to this ballet school to learn critical skills from an experienced faculty. Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet aims to prepare and enrich young lives into the world of dancing.
To learn more about the school and their programs please visit them on the web at https://cpyb.org/.
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