Frequently Asked Questions
No, clubs are required to sign a contract which specifies how raisedbarre will be taught, but there is no licensing fee.
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What is a Masterclass?
raisedbarre will come to your club and offer a full one-hour class to instructors and/or members at no charge to your club
Is there equipment needed?
It could change from release to release, but typically the program entails balls, barres, small weights, and resistance bands. Raisedbarre barres are sturdy yet portable.
Is there a raisedbarre training? If yes, how much does it cost?
Yes, there is a 2-day training for raisedbarre. Normal cost per instructor is $290 but this depends on the number of instructors sent per club and the package the club chooses.
Are there CEC’s for the training or pre-requisites?
Yes, 14 hours of continuing education for AFAA, NASM and 1.4 for ACE. No pre-requisites are required and no continuing education required. However, new releases must be acquired quarterly.
How are quarterly releases distributed?
Digitally. Each instructor is given access to digital music, training video, instructor notes. Chorey notes can also be purchased in hard copy form.
Can I teach the program in any club?
Raisedbarre can only be taught in a raisedbarre licensed facility.
What is available for promotion?
Initially clubs receive a banner and quarterly release posters. Additional banners, posters, mirror decals are available for purchase.
What do I wear to raisedbarre?
If you are comfortable in capris or legging, it is easier for participants to see the instructors’ movement and for an instructor to see the participants’ technique. Certainly not a requirement.
Socks or no socks?
We vote socks but again – not a requirement. Why socks? Better awareness of the foot placement and protects the base of the foot.