• What's the address of the studio? Ok, it was just brought to my attention that the address was NOWHERE on the website! It is: 445 Pike Street, at the corner of Love Lane and Pike, in Mattituck. Sorry.

  • How can I contact you?  Either by phone at 917 697-2092 or by email at barreroomballet@gmail.com

  • Am I too old/young to start? The age range in our classes is about 17-80plus yrs old. We ask that the youngest students are in High School and really, the only limit on the higher end is up to you. This is a safe way to work on strength, balance, and flexibility.

  • What should I wear to class? Anything that you’re comfortable in and doesn’t hinder movement. If you feel most comfortable in loose clothes-wear them. It is nice to be able to see your knees and torso. If you can tolerate tighter workout clothes-wear them. Eventually you may feel like you want tights and leotards but don’t use not wanting to wear or purchase them as an excuse not to come.

  • What about my feet? Socks are absolutely fine. For those of you that want a pair of ballet shoes, I do keep a limited selection of canvas shoes that you can buy for $20. There are a number of online venues for any kind of ballet shoe you might like but sometimes sizing is tricky so, if you want ballet shoes other than the ones we have, I recommend a field trip to try them on in store.

  • Do I need to sign up for class ahead of time?  Nope. Walk right in. We offer a wide array of times for class and I encourage you to pop in any time you have a spare 55 minutes.

  • How much and what kind of payment? A single class is $15. We also offer a ten pack for $120. One month unlimited card is $240. Stretch classes are $10 for walk-ins and $5 if you took the barre class before. Please check the promotions page for great deals. We accept cash, any kind of card, and local checks.

  • There’s a lot of dance going on in the studio. How do I find out about other classes? Just ask! There is a full schedule of Russian Ballet and Irish Step Dance going all year round. We keep current schedules on the board. 

  • I have some physical limitations. Does this make Barre class a bad option for me? Generally, Barre is a safe and comfortable way for people with physical restrictions to exercise and enjoy dance. I will always ask, but if there is something complex that I should know about, please feel free to call and discuss. 917 697-2092.


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