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$35 for Two Weeks of Unlimited Fitness Classes at Pure Barre ($110 Value)

Overland Park

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Instructors lead students through isometric, ballet-inspired exercises that strengthen and sculpt muscles

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Expires 180 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person. Must sign waiver. Classes must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$35 for Two Weeks of Unlimited Barre Classes ($110 Value)

During 55–60-minute classes, expert instructors lead students through crunches and leg lifts designed to isolate and strengthen muscle groups in the hips, thighs, and stomach. See the full schedule here.

Pure Barre

High-energy music bounces off the floors of Pure Barre’s studio as students grip the ballet barre for balance. For 60 minutes, instructors chosen for their Pure Barre technique and expertise in the art of teaching lead students through a specific set of isometric moves that aim to create long and lean muscles. As participants lift their legs into the air, they execute ballet-inspired exercises that sculpt their abs, hips, and arms without creating unwanted bulk. The classes are also meant to be gentle on joints, as each workout avoids bouncing motions and pairs every strength-building exercise with a stretching session.


94% of 47 customers recommend

  • “Would love to try..waiting for a groupon”

  • “Loved it! Great instructors and I saw results quickly. I just wish there was one closer to me. ”

  • “Like the techniques they use ”

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    Overland Park

    4945 W 119th St.

    Suite 24

    Overland Park, Kansas 66209

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