Do you wish you could start dancing again, or want to learn...
Did you ever wish that you had the chance to learn ballet as a child, but never got the chance, or do you miss the pleasure of taking ballet from when you were younger?
Discover Rommett Floor-Barre® and rediscover the possibility of ballet and your body's potential...
Ballet is known for it's long, beautiful lines in the body and its sense of effortless ease.
Rommett Floor-Barre® is unlike any other ballet or barre technique. Created by professional dancer and master teacher, Zena Rommett, it has changed the bodies and dancing lives of dancers, athletes, the injured, elderly and everyone desiring the alignment and strengthening health benefits of this gentle, yet highly effective Technique.
Whether you desire a better connection to your body, are healing an injury, or want to feel more flexible and stronger, Rommett Floor-Barre® has something for you.
Is this for me?
Rommett Floor-Barre® teaches the body to work at its greatest potential in a natural, non-invasive way
This class is ideally suited for:
Lower back stiffness or tightness
Lack of flexibility
Extended hours of sitting and staring at a computer screen
Tightness in your shoulders or poor posture
Insufficient abdominal support
Trouble with balance
No desire to work out with the "no pain, no gain" incentive
If you studied ballet before and miss it
If you have never studied ballet and wish you could still learn (you can!)
“Floor-Barre® makes me feel taller, more aligned and more comfortable in my skeleton...
I always feel as if I am walking more upright, more confidently after class.”
- Lindsey S.
Rommett Floor-Barre® & Ballet
Thursdays, 7-8:15pm ET
In Person and Hybrid
If you are brand new to the Technique, or you have taken it in the past, and are wanting to get back into it, this is for YOU.
Rommett Floor-Barre® is done entirely on the floor and based in ballet alignment principles. It is highly effective for gently relieving issues such as lower back pain, tight hamstrings and rehabilitating injuries in a safe, non-invasive way. Lengthen muscles, find core support and practice alignment for better posture, balance and feeling more grounded. Classes will include some simple standing ballet barre exercises. Rommett Floor-Barre® is the ideal preparation of the body for executing the basic steps of ballet.
at ZenSpace Studios*
Payment via Zelle, Venmo, Cash or Check
HOW TO REGISTER
1. Make your payment via Zelle or Venmo with these links-
(If you prefer to pay by cash or check, please email us)
IMPORTANT: Please be sure to include your contact email and WHICH class, workshop or series you are registering for in your payment notes to ensure receiving confirmation and event details
2. After receipt of your payment, you will receive a registration confirmation via email
*Workshops are open to a limited number of participants due to COVID spacing restrictions. Masks must be worn for entirety of sessions.
Is Floor-Barre® appropriate for me if I have never studied ballet and dance before?
Yes! It is appropriate for absolute beginner adults.
Is Floor-Barre® appropriate for me if I have danced before, but not recently?
Yes! It is appropriate if you are returning to dance- whether it's been a few months or many years.
How does Floor-Barre® compare to a traditional ballet class?
Floor-Barre® takes the exact same alignment concepts from ballet. Instead of standing at a ballet barre, you are lying down, making it easier because you are working with gravity. It facilitates an easier access to ballet steps, especially for adult beginners, and is safe and suited to healing injuries and chronic conditions.
Is this Floor-Barre® like other Barre methods?
No. Rommett Floor-Barre® is a lengthening alignment based practice. It does not use isometric (repetition) exercises. It is an extremely gentle and meditative approach.
Do I need a lot of space in my home if I am taking an online version of the class?
No. The class is designed for smaller spaces. You will need an average size room (with ideally 8ft. x 8ft. of open area) in order to lie down.
What do I wear for classes and do I need any props?
Comfortable workout apparel is best.
Tank tops, t shirts, yoga pants or leggings are all appropriate.
Tighter leggings or yoga pants are strongly suggested, in order to see the alignment of the legs.
Socks should also be worn, so that you can slide the feet along the floor to activate certain muscles.
Ballet shoes are not worn.
Yoga mats are not required, however if your floor surface is hard, you may consider trying a mat since you will be lying down for the majority of the class.
Can I record the class?
No. We require that you do not record any portion of the class. They are solely intended for group practice under the direct supervision of the instructor in real time.