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thanks, some good ideas!I could just find a class but am trying to establish good daily yoga/Pilates/barre habits at home - running is making me stiff I think
laminate floor with plenty of underlay ? Chair with high back
Until we found a portable barre going cheap on eBay, my daughter used a portable clothes rail.You do need to weigh it down a bit to stop it waggling about though - we used old Argos catalogues!
When I did ballet (many years ago) and practiced at home my mum always made me use the back of a dining room chair as a barre. I don't think it would have occurred to her to buy a barre. Could you make a portable barre yourself? Love your user name
I was completely convinced that THOUSANDS of people would do barre exercises at home when I started this thread - not just using the back of the sofa either. Maybe I am a freak?
Ideas please if home is a very small house and you don't want to spend £££ on a portable barre? I know it's easy enough to make a fixed one but the ideal room I have for that has a concrete floor and the thought makes me wince!
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