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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR FOR A BARRE CLASS?

To prevent injuries and help you get the most out of those tiny, precise movements, we recommend wearing yoga/dance wear. Definitely something comfortable. Pants that come to the knee (or below) work best because they help keep muscles warm between each section of the class. Don’t forget socks! Grippy socks make it a whole lot easier to get those controlled movements. Don't own a pair of grippy socks? Not to worry! We have some adorably inspirational ones available for purchase!
 

THIS IS MY FIRST CLASS. WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT?

Be prepared to sweat and have a great time while doing it! No need for prior experience in dance, pilates or yoga. Barre is suitable for all shapes, sizes and fitness levels.
Each class incorporates elements of dance, yoga and pilates while using free weights, mat exercises, and of course, the ballet barre. It’s harder than it looks but it’s very low-impact and easy on your joints. You can read a little more about preparing for your first class with us here.  
 

WHAT SHOULD I BRING TO A BARRE CLASS?

Just your enthusiasm, sticky socks (these will be required if you are attending Barre Bounce!), and some water! We provide everything else.
 

I’M PREGNANT. CAN I STILL ATTEND?

Yes! This is a fantastic workout for mamas-to-be! Some modifications will be made for you and baby's safety; but not to worry, you will still sweat and have a great time while doing it. Be sure to bring a note from your doctor clearing you for a workout.
 

DO YOU OFFER CHILDCARE?

YES! As moms ourselves, we understand life is a challenging balance act - why should getting to your workout be a struggle? Childcare is now offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings. Check our schedule to register and for more information!
 

IS BARRE BOUNCE SAFE AND EFFECTIVE?

Rebounding is a fantastic exercise that significantly reduces the amount of strain placed on joints and muscles, all while activating every major muscle group: legs, arms, and core. Strengthening the musculoskeletal and cardiovascular systems, as well as improving balance and coordination, rebounding is an extremely effective way to get ready for swimsuit season all while having a lot of fun! PS - Don't worry about struggling with bladder control. Since we do a lot of work with pelvic tilts during the class, your pelvic floor will actually be strengthened!