I was not in the studio much October and I too get nervous about coming back to take that first class. I was nervous because I am supposed to be able to do everything but the reality is, why I should I get nervous. I am human. I thought I would plank while away, and I did not. I walked
Do you remember your first class? I do! For me it was memorable because my legs were shaking uncontrollably and I recall thinking to myself, “I thought I was in shape!”. Well, I was in shape but different shape. So when a new Barre + Beyond client asked if Barre ever gets any easier? Well the answer is no. I
I am so glad to do a studio spotlight on this barre beauty today. I can remember the day she came into the studio; with her family as support, ready to try something new. She had her hair pulled back with a headband, stood in the right side of the studio and I got my first glimpse of hardworking Kelly.
Recently, I’ve had some of our Barre 100 Club+ ladies send me articles that they have found in various sports magazines about why Barre is good for athletes. One article was in Women’s Golf Journal and the other in Women’s Running Magazine. The articles spoke about the reasons why barre is so effective, and the benefits go way beyond creating
I distinctly remember Mackenzie’s first day at the studio. She came to our Beginner “Be” Workshop series along with many other new faces. It was a full beginner class and could have easily been lost amongst the other many new barre beauties joining the series. However, she stood out. She maybe tried to “hide” as many do; in the left