You've completed a Barre Intensity training over the weekend in person or online, but are you certified? Over the last year we've been asked quite often, will I be certified after this training? We're here to explain the difference between trained and certified and why we believe in the two.
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.
Are you a barre student who takes classes on the regular? A group fitness instructor looking to add barre to your teaching repertoire? Already teaching barre and hoping for a fresh perspective? If you've answered YES to any of these questions, we're certain our Barre Intensity barre training program is for you. Read on to see what you can expect from our live or online barre certification options depending on your fitness experience.
This past fall, Barre Intensity and Virginia Commonwealth University Rec Sports, VCU, had the opportunity to work together training VCU fitness instructors in the Barre Intensity technique. We took advantage of modern technology and conducted the training remotely through the Barre Intensity Online Instructor Training Program.
A big thank you to Sydney Dale, Fitness Graduate Assistant for Virginia Commonwealth, who not only introduced Barre Intensity to the university, but also answered our six questions on the VCU training experience.
We might be biased, but the Barre Intensity Online Instructor Training program is one of the best online certifications in the industry. While we wish our word was enough, sometimes you just have to hear it from trainees around the country, and Canada, to help formulate your decision. See what our trainees have to say about the Barre Intensity Online Certification.
Wondering if our Barre Intensity Online Barre Certification program is all we're cracking it up to be? Recently Ellen Baker from Colorado not only completed the Barre Intensity Online Training program, but passed her video test out making her an official Barre Intensity certified instructor. We were so impressed with Ellen's barre teaching skills, we decided to ask her a few questions about her online barre instructor training experience.
Online education is a thing of the present, not the future, and it doesn't have to be inferior to an "in classroom" experience. If you can earn your bachelor's degree online, we're confident in your ability to receive your barre certification online. Here are 5 reasons to get your online barre certification.
Thinking about becoming a barre instructor but hesitant? We get it, signing yourself up for hours worth of a barre certification without even knowing what the training will entail is unnerving. Let us take some of the edge off and share with you exactly what's covered during a Barre Intensity Barre Instructor Training weekend.
Recently I read an article in The Huffington Post “Is Your Barre Class A Fake? Why It Matters and How To Tell”. The article addresses a handful of items, one of them being why a weekend of barre training isn’t enough. I’m here to tell you differently.
The Barre Intensity barre instructor training consist of either a Two Day, 14 hour, or One Day, 10 hour, session. This is far from the 100 hour barre specific training course others in the industry recommend. As a fitness educator I cannot disagree with the fact that more time in a quality training is better than less – so why am I OK with conducting a weekend barre certification?
If you're a group fitness instructor, dancer or barre enthusiast, you might have thought a time or two “I wonder if I can become a barre instructor”? If the thought has crossed your mind more than once, the answer is probably yes, you can do it. If you're looking for a bit more assurance than just taking our word for it, read our 10 signs you have what it takes.