I always believed in the importance of online resources, hence my creation of Rosina Andrews Remote for dancers in January. However I never realised there would come a time where the passion that we all share, dance, would rely purely on the internet in a virtual manner.With hope on the horizon but with the horizon still distant, many teachers are reaching out to me for advice in how to continue to see their students flourish during this time of chaos and so I have decide to share some online resources for teachers within my Remote series.


26 on demand classes in Stretch, Strength, Turns and Technique Focus.


All downloadable and accessible for 6 months.

Technique Focus 


Tech 1 - Tilts & Develope Secondes

Tech 2 - Front Leaps

Tech 3 - Calypso Leaps

Tech 4 - Scissor Leaps

Tech 5- Transitions

Tech 6 - Fan Kicks and Illusions

Additional Tech 7 - Side Leaps 


Turn Focus


Turn 1 - Turn Foundations

Turn 2 - Ballet Turns

Turn 3 - A la Secondes

Turn 4 - Triple and Quad Turns

Turn 5 - Inwards

Turn 6 - Turn Combination 


Conditioning Focus


Conditioning 1 - Fullbody 1 (Squats, Squat Jumps,Core+Lats)

Conditioning 2 - Core Part 1

Conditioning 3 - Core Part 2

Conditioning 4 - Fullbody 2 (Cardio, Lunges, Squats, Core)

Conditioning 5 - Upperbody

Conditioning 6- Back 

Additional - Conditioning 7 A la seconde 



Stretch Focus


Stretch 1 - Box & Front Splits

Stretch 2 - Turnout Stretches

Stretch 3 - Recovery 

Stretch 4 - Active Stretching 

Stretch 5 - Hip flexor and Hamstrings Stretches

Stretch 6- Back 

PLEASE NOTE: These are not teachers tutorials but classes suited to share with your students as follow through classes, with directions, demonstration and corrections.

Share with your students in 3 ways. 

1. Via Zoom 

Comment and correct your students as you use a Rosina Andrews Remote class. Select and share your screen to your students. 

2. As homework 

Select the class choose Download video and share with your own students through your personal network and portal.

3. As Inspiration

Watch the class and use elements of it to inspire your own classes