What You'll Get
Like a good horror movie, a good exercise regimen shocks the body out of its lethargy, which is why so many personal trainers chase their clients on treadmills while brandishing anacondas. Get in less terrified shape with today’s Groupon to The Dailey Method in Scottsdale or Phoenix. Choose from the following options:
- For $30, you get three fitness classes (a $60 value).
- For $48, you get five fitness classes (a $95 value).
- For $62, you get seven fitness classes (a $135 value).<p>
Lauded by publications such as Allure and the San Francisco Chronicle, The Dailey Method hosts innovative classes combining the exercise styles of ballet barre, Pilates, and yoga into a full-body workout. During one-hour classes, instructors lead core builders through exercises emphasizing small range of motion and repetition to strengthen arms and sculpt abs into a surface worthy of ironing Zeus’s wedding pants. Flexibility and stretching exercises follow each workout to keep fibers receptive. Throughout classes, instructors work closely with students, offering one-on-one guidance, ideas for personal modifications, and conspiracies about the origins of the kettlebell. Clients can gaze over the schedule to find daily classes that suit their temporal demands.
The Dailey Method’s two well-lit studios grants clients access to extensive complimentary parking, spa-like locker facilities, and a fully staffed childcare area so that offspring can play safely while parents sculpt their bodies like young Michelangelo sculpted his leftover potatoes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 22, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Barfitness Ballet Bar Studio
After earning a degree in kinesiology in 1991, Jill Dailey McIntosh gravitated toward Pilates. She began training other teachers and helped run a personal-training and Pilates business, but she wasn't completely satisfied. She wanted her clients to be able to shape their bodies more aggressively without losing the proper alignment and form in a classroom-like setting. After visiting New York several times and training under Lotte Berk instructors, Jill was inspired to create her own fitness modality. Combining her background in kinesiology, personal training, and dance, she developed The Dailey Method at Barfitness Ballet Bar Studio. Today, her method has spread to more than 40 locations throughout the United States, Canada, and France.
A blend of Pilates, ballet, and yoga, The Dailey Method helps students strengthen and stretch the body's major muscle groups. Jill designed the low-impact classes to challenge bodies, minds, and spirit alike as students build their cores, align their spines, and tone lean muscles. Instructors help students master the proper form for each motion, whether they're swinging dumbbells or bellying up to the barre to work their quadriceps.