Barre

Welcome to Barre Power Plate Classes!

What is Barre Power Plate? Barre Power Plate classes combine the grace of ballet-inspired movements with the dynamic benefits of Power Plate technology. This fusion creates a unique and effective workout that targets specific muscle groups, enhances flexibility, and promotes overall body toning.

Why Choose Us?

Coach House Epping Fitness Studio

Things To Bring

To make your classes fun and comforable please bring the following items with you.

Water Bottle

Sports Shoes

Sweat Towel

Extra Clothes

Benefits of Barre Power Plate Classes:

Full-Body Toning: Barre exercises, combined with Power Plate vibrations, engage multiple muscle groups simultaneously, resulting in a sculpted and toned physique.

Improved Flexibility: Barre movements emphasize elongation and flexibility, and the Power Plate enhances these benefits, contributing to increased range of motion.

Core Strength: The isometric holds and controlled movements in Barre exercises are ideal for building core strength, and the Power Plate adds an extra challenge to intensify the workout.

Enhanced Posture: Barre exercises focus on alignment and posture, and the Power Plate assists in reinforcing proper body positioning for improved posture.

Cardiovascular Conditioning: Incorporating dynamic movements into the Barre routine, combined with the vibrational aspect of Power Plate, provides a cardiovascular workout without high-impact stress on joints.

Balance and Stability: Barre exercises inherently work on balance, and the added challenge of vibrations from the Power Plate enhances stability, benefiting overall balance.

Low-Impact Nature: Barre Power Plate classes provide an effective workout with minimal impact, making it suitable for individuals with joint sensitivities.

What to Expect in a Barre Power Plate Class:

Warm-up: Start with a dynamic warm-up to prepare the body for the workout.

Barre Exercises: Engage in a series of ballet-inspired movements at the barre, incorporating elements of strength, flexibility, and balance.

Power Plate Integration: Utilize the Power Plate for specific exercises to intensify the workout and challenge muscles in new ways.

Mat Work: Transition to the mat for targeted exercises that complement the barre routine, focusing on core strength and flexibility.

Cool Down and Stretching: Conclude the class with a cooldown and stretching session to enhance flexibility and aid in muscle recovery.

Class Time Table

Day Time Trainer
Monday 8:30am - 9:00am Jess
Monday 9:00am - 9:30am Jess
Monday 9:30am - 10:00am Jess
Monday 10:00am - 10:30am Jess