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Barreworks launches Instructor Training Programme

Posted on July 6, 2017

Barreworks, which introduced to the UK barre and ballet-based fitness exercises that have their origins in the Lotte Berk method and the New York City Ballet Workout, is launching its first REPs recognised Barre Instructor training programme that has been developed by its founder, Vicki Anstey. “After ten years in development, I am delighted to introduce our teaching techniques to the wider market, with the launch of our REPs recognised training programme,” Anstey said. “This is a fantastic opportunity for fitness professionals to gain an in-depth understanding of barre exercise from a leading studio and professional recognition in a rapidly expanding market.

“This is not the first barre training programme on the market, but it is the most thorough. We guide and support each individual through the theoretical and practical elements of the course and our certification means that they have reached a gold standard of teaching. They will even have the opportunity to teach clients as part of their training, this is not a ‘classroom’ course.”

To find our more about the training course, as well as further information about the work Barreworks undertakes, visit barreworks.co.uk.

 

Photograph: Courtesy of Barreworks.

Jonathan Gray is editor of Dancing Times. He studied at The Royal Ballet School, Leicester Polytechnic, and Wimbledon School of Art where he graduated with a BA Hons in Theatre Design. For 16 years he was a member of the curatorial department of the Theatre Museum, London, assisting on a number of dance-related exhibitions, and helping with the recreation of original designs for a number of The Royal Ballet’s productions including Danses concertantes, Daphnis and Chloë, and The Sleeping Beauty. He has also contributed to the Financial Times, written programme articles for The Royal Ballet and Birmingham Royal Ballet, and is co-author of the book Unleashing Britain: Theatre gets real 1955-64, published in 2005.

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