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Lisa D.
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Report | 5 months ago
I am really enjoying this class. I had never tried barre before, its a great low impact, whole body workout that is quickly showing results! The instructors are proactive to learn if you have any injuries and will explain alternative movements to you during the class. Its hard but I love it!
Kerri T.
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Report | a year ago
Friendly staff, great class
M
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Report | a year ago
Love the friendly atmosphere
Lindsay F.
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Report | a year ago
Difficult to find- needs better signage
Christine S.
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Report | a year ago
It was a great workout that I would highly recommend. The staff & facility are top notch.
Susan L.
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Report | a year ago
love Lindsay as an instructor!
Gina G.
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Report | a year ago
If I could change one thing, it would be more variation in the music. I have been to two BIM classes, each with a different instructor and it felt like the same set of music. The workout was excellent, but I am new to this type of workout, more a dance fan than a Pilates fan, and music keeps me motivated.
Anna S.
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Report | a year ago
I LOVE IT!!
Jen
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Report | a year ago
Fantastic class Wednesday morning look forward to Friday morning!
elaine s.
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Report | a year ago
Loved Barfussion class and will be back many times for more classes..
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Wellesley Body in Motion was originally founded in 2000 as a Pilates studio, but it has since expanded. Today, instructors help their clients power through weight-loss plateaus with two unique full-body workouts: Barfusion and Pilates. Whereas Barfusion blends ballet-barre work, Pilates, weightlifting, and flexibility training for students at different points in their fitness journey, Pilates takes a slightly different approach. It relies on Pilates towers, reformers, chairs, barrels, or mats to ease the rigor of strengthening movements.

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