Our Programs

 
 
 
 
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DESIGNED FOR YOU

Our Controlled Strength™ arm balance programs are uniquely designed progressive classes, that rapidly build on your strength, mobility and movement - to help you move and balance effortlessly on your hands and arms - away from the wall.

Since 2011 our Controlled Strength™ certified coaches have helped over 700 practitioners, including beginners, athletes, and seasoned Ashtanga practitioners - take their practice to the next level.

Supported every step of the way through, our practitioners progress from unstable arm balances - to confident transitions through our Controlled Strength™ programs.

JOIN US

Join over 100 practitioners next cycle and work at your own pace and with individual support, to progress rapidly and finally nail your arm balances. Each program includes 3 classes a week for 8 weeks.


Our latest 8 WEEK ARM BALANCE programs

May 2019 - ENROL NOW

March 2019 - SOLD OUT

January 2019 - SOLD OUT

November 2018 - SOLD OUT

September 2018 - SOLD OUT

July 2018 - SOLD OUT

May 2018 - SOLD OUT

Our next cycle begins 20 MAY 2019. ENROLMENTS ARE NOW OPEN.


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Why the Controlled Strength™ arm balance program works

We are No-Fluff™. Our practitioners learn progressive hand and arm balance skills in structured classes.

We focus on the things we can control - beliefs and habits. You will work on intentional movements that will help you progress with arm balances with confidence.

You will learn from experienced and certified Controlled Strength™ coaches in a specifically tailored and small group environment.

The curriculum is progressive and includes strength, conditioning, movement work, arm balance skill work, and flexibility / contortion.

We are for everyone.

Our Controlled Strength™ arm balance programs have three levels, making arm balances and inversions accessible to EVERYONE.

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Testimonials

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