To change or not to change? That is the question we are answering for you. When it comes to creating choreography for your barre classes, how often should you change it up?
Now that you've completed our barre training workshop, you have a beautiful manual, a head full of great information and a look at what make us Barre Intensity, but how do you apply these great tools to your next class?
Through the help of our online video resource, Barre Now, we’re able to offer all Barre Intensity trainees FREE post barre training support covering: alignment, transitions, exercise refinement and even full classes. These video resources reinforce the information learned during the Barre Intensity barre certification weekend training and better prepare you to teach your first, or next, barre class.
In our Barre Intensity Instructor Training & Certification weekends, many of our barre trainees express: "I don't know how to organize my thoughts.", “I don’t know what to say for a transition.” and ask “What's the most important?”. We’d like to give you five barre training tips to help you strengthen those verbal transitions.
In no particular order here is what we like to teach in our Barre Intensity Instructor Training & Certification weekends.
Creating your own class choreography has it positives and negatives. The plus is you have the ability to be YOU and tailor class to your clients. The negative for some is wondering where to begin. Each barre instructor has their own formula for crafting their barre class and it often adjusts with experience - no, it won't always take you 2 hours to prep. Here's our Barre Intensity barre instructor training blueprint for putting together your class choreography.