Stacey Nemour has 30 plus years of vast experience as professional flexibility expert, martial artist, action actress and healer. Stacey Nemour helps prepare accomplished synchronized swimmers, dancers, ice skaters and rhythmic gymnasts for competition. In addition she has worked with many famous pro-athletes & teams to non-athletic clients of all ages, she always get results noticeable from the 1st session on.
Flexibility training is essential to performing at optimum levels, increasing ROM, decreasing injuries, and keeping the body in balance.
Stacey is referred to by her athlete clients as their “Secret Weapon” because they find that, with her help, they are qualifying for National competitions, Olympics and more.
Stacey’s detailed approach is completely different from the conventional and generic lessons. She has developed advanced methods of training and has mastered the precise order in which stretches should be performed to ensure maximum results safely.
Stacey has worked with countless individuals by designing intensive flexibility programs tailored to each individual’s needs. She delivers outstanding results that speak for themselves. Over two decades of experience seeing what works and how bodies respond has positioned Stacey as one of the top experts in stretching and flexibility.
Other success stories include training Ultimate Fighting Champion Vitor Belfort and The Carlson Gracie Jiu Jitsu Team for their triumphant UFC championship fights on pay-per-view television. In addition, she has worked with other elite athletes including Olympic runner William Amakye, NBA players like Jalen Rose of the Indiana Pacers, and the entireLos Angeles Galaxy soccer team. Her clients rave about their improved flexibility, decline in injuries, and increased range of motion. Her stint with the LA Galaxy prompted Randy Kerdoon of Fox Sports 11 in Los Angeles to produce a feature story during sweeps profiling Stacey and her work. Recognizing her talent, television producers eventually called upon her. Stacey was Cybill Shepherd’s combat double for an episode of Cybill, where she choreographed a fight scene and kickboxed three aliens. Stacey also appeared in the popular television series Power Rangers as the guest lead.