KINTORTION

By Anya Shevelyuk

TRAINING METHOD

Kintortion is an educational training method developed by Anya Shevelyuk (aka Bendy Anya) that combines the science of kinesiology with the discipline of contortion, and elements of ballet, pilates, gymnastics, yoga, resistance training and pre-hab exercises.

The specific techniques of Kintortion use isolated exercises to build strength and control for a large range of motion that can potentially create dramatic movements. These exercises were developed through trial and error testing methods to prevent injury and extend training longevity.

 

Kintortion teaches the basics of anatomy and physiology to help individuals understand the science behind the movements to improve endurance, strengthen muscles and stabilize joints in order to increase range of motion by way of isolated active-flexibility exercises with potential towards developing contortion level skills.

This unique  training method also heavily focuses on recognizing and monitoring early signs of abnormal nerve and muscular sensations that could potentially cause pain, loss of function, or increase your risk of injury.

 
 

TRAINING ONLINE

Schedule a private session at a time convenient to you. There are no prerequisites to start training. Begin by making a list of goals you want to work toward. These may be general such as increasing range of motion, improving strength, endurance and control to more specific goals such as poses and transitions for sequencing. Be prepared to feel stronger and move better while gaining a deeper understanding of kinesiology.

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WHEN INQUIRING ABOUT SESSIONS PLEASE ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS IN YOUR EMAIL

 

1.  State your exact location and time zone.

 

2. List your flexibility goals (both general and specific are welcome).

 

3. List any past or recent injuries that could impact your training

performance.

 

4. Lastly, please confirm you will be able to train in a safe and clear area

that has access to walls, door, and sturdy furniture.

 
ONLINE SESSION (USD)

BOOKING Q4 (Oct-Dec) 2021
Inquire via email for Q4 waitlist

1 session per term $120
2 sessions per term $200
4 sessions per term $340

Paypal Transfer Fees not included
in the prices listed above.

Cancelation Policy: Due to limited availability,
there are no refund or reschedule options under
any circumstance.

HOMEWORK PROGRAM

This program is designed for students with a strict schedule or budget. You should expect to learn a variety of sequential  exercises through visual instructional videos to build upon your personal skill set, and expand your knowledge of anatomy and physiology for flexibility training.

At the beginning of each program cycle you will receive a personalized flexibility training routine with 8-10 exercises. Each program is structured around your current abilities with your goals in mind. All submissions must be sent via email with links to your homework videos for feedback.

Long-term training (several consecutive programs) are available and encouraged for steady improvement geared toward life-long fitness goals.

WHEN INQUIRING ABOUT SESSIONS PLEASE SUMBIT THE FOLLOWING IN YOUR EMAIL

 

1. Current Level Photos

- Front Splits

- Straddle Splits

- Middle Splits

- Extended Puppy Pose (eyes looking forward)

- Bow Pose (thumbs pointing upward)

- Bridge (on hands and feet)

- Cobra (hands near hips to arch back)

 

2. Please state for which Program Option you are applying.

 

3. List your flexibility goals (both general and specific are welcome).

 

4. List any past or recent injuries that could impact your training performance.

CHECK - IN OPTIONS (USD)

 

2021 FULLY BOOKED

2022 RESERVATIONS OPEN

$400 8 Submissions (1 Program)

- Homework submissions due every other 

week, over the course of 16 weeks

$720 16 Submissions (2 Programs)

- Homework submissions due every other

week, over the course of 32 weeks

 

$480 8 Submissions  (1 Program)

- Homework submissions due every week

over the course of 8 weeks

$880 16 Submissions (2 Programs)

- Homework submissions due every week

over the course of 16 weeks