- $55 for a package of five Pure Barre classes (a $110 value)
In 2001, Carrie Rezabek Dorr's only venue for her Pure Barre workouts—a fusion of weights, pilates and the origins of ballet—was the basement of an office building. Crowds drawn by Carrie's choreographing expertise and the infectious music of her routines necessitated expansion, however, and eight years later, Pure Barre spread its franchises to what is now more than 250 locations across the country, spurred by mentions in Glamour, Cosmopolitan, and Health magazines.
Pure Barre guides students through precise isometric movements that craft lean, not bulky, muscles. By transitioning through scalable maneuvers that balance limbs against a ballet barre, physiques can lift and tighten traditional problem areas such as the thighs, abs, seat, and arms. There is no dance experience required - as long as you can hold onto the barre, you can do it. The total-body workout is accessible to all fitness levels, and can help new mothers to regain their desired shape without leading the daycare's piggyback carpool. High-energy, intimate classes with small amounts of attendees ensure personalized adjustments and tips, allowing each guest to derive the deepest possible burn from the workout's alternating strength and stretch drills. Pure Barre also offers new client specials, bridal packages, private barre-ties, DVDs, equipment, designer athletic apparel and more.
97% of 287 customers recommend
“All the teachers and staff are very nice and professional. I really like that they have a lot of classes every day (till 8 pm) and even on week ends. That's a real...”
“All the teachers and staff are very nice and professional. I really like that they have a lot of classes every day (till 8 pm) and even on week ends. That's a real plus for me !”
“Pure barre is definitely worth trying. Don't be scared - it's so much fun!”