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223 Brierhill Dr. Suite L, Bel Air

$69 for One Month of Unlimited Barre Classes at Xtend Barre Bel Air ($135 Value)

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Highlights

Barre classes fuse together elements of dance, Pilates, and ballet to challenge muscles, improve balance, and enhance flexibility

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Gracetop reviewer
16 ratings11 reviews
May 10, 2016
Excellent, classy studio. Works your balance, core and is fun. Great owners that make you feel at home and welcome. The teachers are excellent and the members friendly and supportive. Love it!!!
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Danatop reviewer
22 ratings11 reviews
March 30, 2016
Awesome deal and workout!
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Rachaeltop reviewer
8 ratings7 reviews
March 11, 2016
Had a great time! Owner, instructor and fellow classmates were all warm and welcoming. This workout is challenging at every level, easy to follow and made to work the whole body.

About This Deal

The Deal

  • $69 for one month of unlimited barre classes ($135 value)
  • See the Bel Air schedule

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Not valid for customers active in the past 6-months. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Xtend Barre

Xtend Barre's founder, Andrea Rogers, a former professional dancer who had toured with such celebrities as Enrique Iglesias and Aaron Carter, turned to Pilates after slowing down her frenetic pace. She discovered that it helped her rehabilitate her dance injuries and kept her in shape, so she became a Pilates teacher. Yet, planks could not supplant plies in her heart.

"I started to crave the creative element of dance in my workouts again," Andrea told Shape magazine, "so I approached the owner of the studio where I worked with the idea of a class that combined Pilates, dance, and barre."

After playing around with the exact fitness formula for a while, she hit upon a method that enhanced flexibility, improved balance, and strengthened the core. She called her method Xtend Barre, and it quickly became a press favorite.

Today, Xtend Barre has hundreds of classrooms in countries around the world and teachers devoted to leading students through the moves that Andrea developed. Of course, there are variations of her original workout, too, including ones that incorporate props and ones tailored to athletes injured on the field or while dumping Gatorade over their coach's head.