Pure Barre Launches Attack in Bellevue
Pure Barre, a total body workout proven to target women's trouble areas, is set to open its second location in Bellevue. Pure Barre works to lift your seat, tone your thighs, abs, arms and burn fat in record-breaking time by fusing elements of ballet, Pilates and weights in a 55 minute intense session. Small isometric movements set to upbeat music make Pure Barre the fastest, most effective, yet safest way to change your body. This fusion workout has a huge following across the United States, largely in Southern California, and is quickly gaining popularity in the Northwest.
Sami Sweeney, owner of Pure Barre Seattle, is expanding her fitness company across the pond and introducing the workout to a brand new audience hungry to change up their boring gym routine and get in shape for good. Pure Barre Bellevue is located on the main level of the plaza at Elements Apartment Homes on 112th Avenue in downtown Bellevue.
Pure Barre Bellevue
Pure Barre Bellevue is located at the Elements Apartment Homes, next to The French Bakery.
"Our Seattle clients quickly learned how impactful and effective the Pure Barre workout is and their energy and enthusiasm for the technique lead to my decision to open a second location in Bellevue," said Sweeney. "I have seen the results first-hand from my Seattle clients and know that Eastsiders, from moms to business professionals to students, will reap the benefits of this workout!"
Sweeney, a Pure Barre teacher of more than two years in Nashville, TN, opened Pure Barre Seattle after wanting to bring the Pure Barre Technique to her Northwest roots. After teaching Pure Barre for nearly a year, Sweeney became a master teacher trainer of the Southern Central region of the United States and opened Pure Barre Seattle in June 2010.
Pure Barre's workout is accessible for all ages and fitness levels because of its low impact, high results formula. From the everyday girl who is looking for a fun way to get in great shape, lose weight and tone to the health conscience workout lover who wants a new challenge to the new mom who wants to get her pre-baby body back without jarring her system. Pure Barre students will start to see results in just 10 classes.
Pure Barre was created by dancer, choreographer and fitness guru, Carrie Rezabek in 2001 when she opened her first studio in Michigan. The workout launches a full attack on the areas of the body women struggle with: abs, hips, seat and arms. It defies gravity by tapering everything in and lifting it up.