Barre workouts are extremely popular, with new studios popping up all over the place. The reason is quite simply that they are extremely effective at toning the entire body from head to toe. The workouts consist of ballet barre inspired exercises, Pilates, body resistance and yoga stretching to sculpt and tone the body.
This CPD accredited and certified Barre teacher training course offers a 31 day Barre challenge so that you can fully appreciate the incredible results. This is followed by a teacher training programme. By the end of the course you will have all the information and knowledge required to create Barre workouts and teach. This is ideal continued training and education for the health and fitness professional and carries 15 CPD (CEU/CEC) points which can be used as evidence of further training. Certification is also available by separate arrangement at an extra fee for the assessor's time.
So get ready to take the Barre Belle 31 day challenge and see great results! The first part of the course breaks down the 4 challenge workouts into 4 sections:
Each of these mini workouts is accompanied by a technique training session to keep you safe and ensure your workout is efficient. Once you have mastered each section, you get the opportunity to attempt the full workout before moving on to the next. Once you have completed the training section, you are ready for the 31 Day Challenge. The results will speak for themselves.
The final section is aimed at teachers who want to incorporate Barre exercises into their repertoire or add Barre classes to their timetable. There are lots of practical assignments, together with resources to help you construct your own classes. Some training/licensing organisations in the US and Canada are accepting my courses as evidence of further education and awarding CEU/CEC points. I offer a complimentary CPD Certificate as evidence which can be submitted to your organisation. Please check with yours.
Josie McKenlay – Pilates & Yoga Instructor, 35+ years in health & Fitness
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