Whether you have a dance enthusiast at home that wants to be able to practice as much as possible or you want to offer private dance lessons from your home, you need to turn a room (or at least a section of a room) into a dancer-friendly space. It's not rocket science but there are some things to consider before you get started. Here are the top 3 pieces of equipment you need.
Floors: Consider what kind of floor you are used to dancing on and want to train on. Amazon is full of SnapLock floor kits and a number of other individual vendors carry them as well. You can also install a small section of marley flooring or wood floors if you are wanting to create something permanent. It really just depends on if you want to be able to use the space for other things and how much money you want to invest.
Barres: When creating a home dance studio, you need the strongest portable ballet barres available. Boss Ballet Barres allow you to have all the security and strength of a mounted bar without the commitment of actually anchoring something to your wall. It also allows you to store it when it's not in use.
Mirrors: Of course you can always mount glass mirrors but an innovative new technology you might want to check out are glassless mirrors like these. They are lightweight, have great image quality, and are safer.
With great floors, mirrors, and portable ballet barres from Boss Ballet Barres you will have a dance studio in your home that will take your dance skill to the next level. For more information on the strongest portable ballet barres, contact us today.