The Origin Story of RPM and It’s Importance for Today’s Ballet Teachers
Below is a video produced by Untapped that beautifully encapsulates the origin of RPM:Revolutionary Principles of Movement training methodology and philosophy and how it continues to help ballet teachers and dancers in today’s dance world.
RPM founder Cheryl Ale and Ballet Palm Beach Artistic Director Colleen Smith explain the influence and impact that Jo Anna Kneeland and Ruth Petrinovic had on dance training and dancers in the United States. RPM training continues to instruct ballet teachers worldwide to tackle the obstacles that their dance students struggle with daily. Coming from a holistic point of view that everything begins and ends with movement motivation and energy patterns, every student can learn how to move beautifully and safely when applying RPM’s principles of movement. The goal of RPM is to help you help your dance students realize their limitless potential.