Do you have what it takes to teach Cardio-Cheer-Sculpting at Lithe NYC?

The Lithe Method is looking for amazing instructors to teach its tough toning classes at its first NYC studio. Learn more about the upcoming auditions!


You read it here that the Lithe Method, the innovative Philly-based workout that combines cardio-sculpting and cheerleading (plus barre, resistance bands, and props galore) is coming to New York City.

We just learned this bit of news: they’re looking for amazing instructors to spearhead the tough-toning classes like Skinny Jeans, Waist Not, and Sweet Cheeks—and lead their fit, hip, and healthy mission in Manhattan.

Auditions are next week. Are you game?

Who are they looking for? Outgoing women with proficient cheerleading, dance and/or fitness backgrounds.

When: Saturday, June 23 at noon-2:00

Where:  NY Live Arts (Jerome Roberts Studio) 219 W. 19th Street,  New York, NY 10011

Wear: Please bring a yoga or fitness mat, wear fitted clothing and be prepared to Lithe!

Space is limited. Please RSVP via email to [email protected] with your headshot (any picture will do) and current resume.

Got a fitness-pro friend that needs to know about this audition and teaching opportunity? Share this with her, here!

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