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.
Sure, we all need to stay home for the time being, but that doesn't mean you need to let yourself lose what you've gained in dance class. In fact, we'd even go so far as to say it's the perfect time to put in a bit of extra effort, work on technique, flexibility, and strength, or even learn an entirely new form of dance.
In these stressful times, it is more important than ever to make physical activity part of your daily routine. Studies show that exercise is good for your physical and mental health. Dance, in all its forms, is especially good for the body, mind and soul. However, it can be difficult to maintain a good fitness routine when you are unable to visit your ballet studio or attend other exercise-related gatherings.
Stability. Probably the most essential component of any rehab or fitness practice. How much progress can you genuinely make with your stroke patient without first establishing a firm base of support? How substantial are the fitness gains when the integrity of core muscle function is not, itself, rock-solid? Progressing your patient without first establishing a firm base of support is like building a house on a swamp! Foundation is key to any meaningful progress, and a set of Boss Bars will help your patients establish lifelong balance and stability. Why is this so important?