Barre workouts have recently gone mainstream after decades as a niche offering with an almost cult-like following for its ability to deliver transformational results.
The industry hasn’t caught up with this explosion in popularity. This means no one is moderating or monitoring the dozens of studios that have popped up calling themselves “barre.”
I want to advocate for the real deal. And by “real” I mean authentic barre studios that are practicing in the tradition of the Lotte Berk method — where barre was born with thought, rigor and a thorough background in movement to inform the practice. By “real” I mean studios that devote time to ensure their instructors are thoroughly trained, knowledgeable and capable of delivering excellence in authentic barre to a wide range of clients. This level of training takes time and certainly can’t be taught in just a weekend. Read more >>>