Livestram & On Demand
No matter your level of skill or experience, you’ll gain a lot from joining BBL.
What is a Barre workout?
Barre was created by the ballerina Lotte Berk after an injury, Berk got the idea of combining her ballet barre routine with her rehabilitative therapy.
Benefits you experience from a barre class:
full body workout (strengthen your muscles particularly core, arms, thighs, glutes and pelvic floor)
increased bone density
contribute to your overall fitness and mental health
Barre also focuses on high reps of small range movements, but the real difference between Barre and other workouts are the isometric movements you usually perform holding our body still while you contract specific muscles, until you shake and feel the burn!
It's also a good cross-training option to pair with other exercises because it strengthens the muscles without being too stressful on the body.
Contact me to BOOK your first class.
What should I expect in a BBL class?
BBL class is a 60 minutes low impact training. We begin with a warm- up followed by arm and leg work, we then move into core work and floor barre. Finishing with a lovely stretch to complete your full body training.
What should I wear?
Comfortable clothing that you can move in- no shoes
What should I bring?
All equipment necessary will be provided in Studio classes, it is a good idea to bring a water bottle, a small towel and gripper socks if you wish.
I’ve never done a barre class before. Does that matter?
Not at all, we will be offering modifications throughout the class.
I’m Pregnant. Can I still take a BBL class?
Yes, please email me and I’ll send over a PARQ
You should always follow your GP and midwife advice.
There are plenty of reasons and benefits why you should exercise during pregnancy, we will suggest some modifications for you throughout the class.