Posted on: October 8th, 2012 by Alex Miller
Thinking about Setting up a Ballet Studio?
Weâ€™ve got you covered from the Marley Flooring to the Ballet Barre to the glassless Mylar Mirrors. Â I have been selling the Marley Flooring for over three years now and have had nothing but positive feedback and repeat orders. Â It is used for everything from tap dancing to ballet. Â Our wide selection of Ballet Bars will allow you to teach people of all ages. We have wall mounted units that can be adjusted for kids to adult classes. Â In addition, we have portable bars that can be moved when not in use. Â The Mylar Mirror we sell come in a variety of sizes and can either be mounted on the wall or be mounted on moveable frames. Â They are also easily stored when not in use.Â Â
We can not only deck out your whole studio, we have some of the most competitive pricing in the market. Â We are also very capable when it comes to helping you figure out the best sizes and styles that would work best for your home or studio.Â You may even want to look at our extensive yoga mat
collection. Â Our sales staff is very knowledgeable about all the products,Â should you have any questions just give us a call toll free at 877-777-MATS.
Posted on: June 7th, 2012 by Ben Gonzalez
It has become more and more common for people to use ballet barres
for general exercise.Â Wheter it be for general stretching, pilates or other such uses.Â
I am a sales representative for a company that sells, among other things, ballet bars
.Â A customer recently inquired about using our ballet bars for pilates bar method.Â Because this type of inquiry has become more and more common, I thought it might be a good idea to share the answer with everyone.Â
While our Ballet Barres are designed for dance and therefore a light amount of pressure on the bar, we do have many people that purchase additional brackets to provide more support for multiple users exerting their weight on the bars.Â Â Â For example,Â our standard 10′ Ballet Bar comes pre-drilled for two brackets, which would suffice for ballet as stretching and balance are really the main functions for the bar.Â Â However, many of our customers have purchased aÂ custom drilled 10′Â bar and get up to 5 brackets which provides considerably more support.Â Â
While most of our products have certain intended uses, there are lots of ways that our customers have gotten creative to meet their particular needs,Â not just our ballet products, but other things like our folding mats as cheaper alternative toÂ protective wall panels
or our anti fatigue mats
on the wings of airplanes for the maintenance crew, our gymnastics landing mats
as crash mats for rock climbing walls are alsoÂ common requests.
Posted on: June 25th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
If you have a child who is in ballet, and would like to enable him or her to practice at home, then you really need to look into buying a portable ballet barre [bar]; the types of stretches, and exercises, such as plies [pronounced â€œplee-yayâ€] can only be executed correctly at the barre, and the portable model shown here is really the way to go. Wall mounted ballet bars are also available for installation, in either home or studio.
Weâ€™ve recently enrolled our kids in summer dance classes [hip hop], just to give them something to do other than stare at LCD screens for the next 2 Â½ months. I think the increased talents will do them good with poise, confidence, and even some social interaction.
Another great item to go along with the portable barre is either a glass or Mylar mirror so your dancer can scrutinize postures, positions, and movements. These are but a few of the basic essentials youâ€™ll be investing in if you have someone with a serious commitment to ballet or other dance forms.