We often say in class that the longer you come to Barre Base, the harder it becomes! Don’t be fooled, you’ll be getting fitter and stronger week to week, but you will also become savvier! Barre is conscious exercise — it requires mindfulness and attention to detail.
It's a little hard to know where to start this blog. And, as many of us know, life is not a linear journey. And like life, my writing does not follow a steady or linear trajectory either.

Over the years, Barre Base Dunedin has diversified its offerings to keep our members challenged, but also to ensure they're exercising holistically throughout the week. Here's a look at the different classes we offer at the studio.

This week we celebrate Barre Base’s fourth birthday. Some of you have been on this journey with us from the start, but so many of you have only recently joined us.
Here at Barre Base, we often receive feedback about how our classes have helped our clients with their running training. So, we thought we would share some of the reasons why our running clients gain such great results!
We asked our barre and yoga teacher, Phoebe Begg, about her thoughts on yoga practice and teaching. From professional ballerina to yogi, Phoebe shares how her practice has helped her stay better connected to her mind and body.
At Barre Base, we're obsessed with the core. Almost everything we do requires you to think about how your deep core is activating, but also how it's relaxing. Here are a few ways you can strengthen your core. 
People work out for many different reasons. Be it to gain physical or mental strength, overcome fears, prevent further injury, to meet new people, or to simply escape their busy lives for an hour!
Pelvic floor dysfunction in women is hugely common — whether they’ve given birth or otherwise! It can develop from childbirth, incorrect exercise under load or ageing. But the good news is, there are numerous ways to strengthen and restore your pelvic floor.
The benefits of flexible and mobile extend to so many facets of life. But how do we get there? We need joint mobility and muscular flexibility.