Boss Ballet Barres are the ultimate portable ballet barre for working out and training. They are suitable for both experienced dancers, as well as those who are just beginning. Even if you don’t dance and instead just want to exercise, or increase your mobility, you can use our ballet barres to help support your active lifestyle. All of our models fit perfectly in homes, studios or schools
The benefits of our free-standing ballet barres are tremendous. You can improve your dance skills, learn something new, improve overall health, increase muscle mass, manage your weight, as well as decrease your risk of injury. We offer several types of portable ballet barres for sale. They are all made with the highest quality materials, including our highly durable structural steel tubes. Our products are durable enough to be used as a studio dance barre as well as your at-home barre.
Choose the best ballet barre for your needs:
Pro Series: The strongest, most durable ballet barres, and are great for schools, or dance and fitness studios
Intermediate Series: These ballet barres are great portable exercise barres for smaller studios and homes.
Princess Barre: These barres are great for young, beginning dancers.
We offer a limited lifetime warranty with all of our portable ballet barres. Contact us today for more information or to find out which barres best fit your lifestyle.
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