No barre? No problem!
What is floor barre?
It's like a ballet barre class but it is done on the floor.
Lengthen, strengthen, align and tone your body with ballet and Pilates inspired exercises on the floor. For anyone seeking a dancer's body. Wear socks or bare feet. No ballet or dance experience required!
First off you don't need a ballet barre so you can
teach the class anywhere!
Traditionally, ballerinas take floor barre classes to better understand their alignment and improve their dancing skills. It's also used for ballerinas in recovery from injuries.
Doing these exercises on the floor improves posture and body awareness in turn improving any work done standing.
It's also great for people with injuries and the elderly or anyone
else who doesn't have great balance!
What's so special about the floor?
There is NO license fee to pay and the training course is
open to everyone. This does of course mean the responsibility is with you to make sure you have the necessary insurance cover and knowledge to teach your classes safely.
You will be taught everything you need to know to create your own classes using music that you love and according to the needs and goals of your clients.
Download the full training course and start teaching
"You just have to experience it"
or so they say
What's Included in the training?
What is Floor Barre?
What is it and what are its origins
Why Floor Barre?
What are the benefits and who is the class aimed at
Being a great Floor Barre instructor
What it takes to deliver an incredible experience to your customers
All the arm, leg and body positions you need to know
Opening phase of the class (warm up)
How to begin your floor barre classes
A library of many different exercises you can include in your Floor Barre classes
Progressions, Adaptations and Modifications
How to increase difficulty and complexity so you can challenge regulars.
How to modify and adapt movements to suit different levels and abilities.
A fundamental part of barre and ballet classes
Structure of a Floor Barre Class
Suggested structure of what exercises to include and how to format your classes to give customers what they want
Everything you need to consider when creating your floor barre classes including choreography, music, customer goals and much more
Two example classes
Videos, playlists and choreography notes for two example classes