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What You'll Get
Before dance was identified as an effective workout routine, it was believed to be useful only for stamping down dirt floors in barns and avoiding falling hail. Give new meaning to your feet’s lives with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get three barre-fitness classes at Pop Physique in Costa Mesa (a $60 value).
At the end of a fruitful career that led her from the Cincinnati Ballet to the Sacramento Ballet, Jennifer Williams funneled her dance savvy into creating the barre-inspired exercise system taught at Pop Physique, a 2009 CityVoter nominee for Best Gym. Instructors pull graceful ballet moves and pair them with Pilates and light weightlifting during a one-hour routine that torches calories and tones and lengthens the body. To wind down from a series of strength moves and core chiseling, exercisers finish class by performing deep stretches that leave them more relaxed than a tortoise moseying past a state patrolman with a radar gun. Sessions meet seven days a week amid a studio constructed mainly from sustainable, environmentally conscious materials.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 9, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must sign waiver. New clients only. Valid only at Costa Mesa location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Pop Physique
At the end of a fruitful career that led her from the Cincinnati Ballet to the Sacramento Ballet, Jennifer Williams funneled her dance savvy into creating the barre-inspired exercise system taught at Pop Physique, a 2013 CityVoter finalist for Best Gym. Her fleet of handpicked and personally trained instructors pairs graceful ballet moves with other low-impact exercises in order to chisel cores without injuring muscles. Deep stretches further preserve tendons and leave each student more relaxed than a tortoise moseying past a state patrolman with a radar gun. Sessions run multiple times a day, seven days a week at an expanding network of SoCal locations. The roomy studios are lined with sprung dance floors and design accents that lend each location a distinct personality and a chance to forget its past as a storage room for defective food processors.