Victoria Marr & Flik Swan

Friends since the age of 11, the girls met when they started full-time dance training at one of the world’s top ballet schools. As their friendship continued to grow, their careers also went from strength to strength. Victoria joined the Birmingham Royal Ballet Company directly after finishing her training at the renowned Royal Ballet Upper School in London and Flik successfully landed the role of Val in the Broadway hit ‘A Chorus Line’ at just 17 years old. Victoria went on to become one of Birmingham Royal Ballet’s most recognised and respected First Soloists, dancing in productions all over the world, while Flik embarked on a successful West End career, dancing for many of the most acclaimed choreographers and theatre directors.

After long successful pro dance careers, they founded their online company, Sleek Technique: an online ballet-based fitness method that helps women all over the globe sculpt a long, lean, dancer-like physique, regardless of their location. There is a library of over 100 super effective body-shaping workout videos, targeted weekly programmes to suit any level as well as live online group classes with the founder’s Victoria and Flik.

They were the first company in the UK to launch two way, interactive, live classes online and pioneered this platform for dance and fitness. In total, Flik and Victoria have spent a combined 40 years in prime shape at the top of the professional dance world. Added to this, their extensive qualifications in dance teaching and fitness training, it is evident that they have the ideal set of expertise to bring you a workout method that will reward you with a stunning physique.

Victoria and Flik’s story to success is not only inspiring due to the sheer talent and passion they have for dance, which has sculpted their career path, but also because their business is founded on friendship and sisterhood. Thanks to their entrepreneurial skills, Sleek Technique has grown into a global business, paving the way for many more online sport communities.

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