A Beginner's Guide to Barre

BEAUTY TIPS | 24 March 2017

A Beginner's Guide to Barre

If you’re tired of wrestling muddy trainers and fighting over gym equipment, now could be the perfect time to glide over to the Barre.

Forget wine and a cocktail, the ballet barre is your location for an elegantly effective exercise class that’s become all the rage. Regular Barre classes deliver a whole body workout which incorporates a range of ballet-inspired exercises combined with Yoga and Pilates moves. But while this Swan Lake-style fitness trend might sound much more civilised than a high velocity circuits session, converts claim this low impact class is equally challenging. We’re told it’s great for your core, for improving balance and flexibility and generally toning up. You don’t need a tutu or ballet shoes either, comfy clothes will do.

If you’re tired of wrestling muddy trainers and fighting over gym equipment, now could be the perfect time to glide over to the Barre.

More and more of us are now channelling our ‘inner Pavlova’ at the Barre classes popping up all over the country and a quick search online will turn up some exercises you can try out at home. For more information or to find a class near you, visit www.barreconcept.co.uk

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