Pure Barre Opening in Clearwater
Pure Barre owners say the workout combines elements of ballet, pilates, and yoga to lift your seat, tone your arms and thighs, and sculpt your core.
CLEARWATER – The new studio, located in the Northwood Plaza, 2524-A N McMullen Booth Road, will be opened at 8 a.m. April 4 by veteran Pure Barre owners Elle and Lauren McComb. This will be the fourth studio for the McCombs who have previously opened Pure Barre Tampa, Pure Barre St.Petersburg, and Pure Barre Bradenton. The Pure Barre workout combines elements of ballet, pilates, and yoga to lift your seat, tone your arms and thighs, and sculpt your core. The 55-minute full body workout focuses on creating long and lean muscles through small isometric movements around the ballet barre.
“We are thrilled to open our newest studio in Bradenton and bring the excitement and results of Pure Barre to its residents,” said Carrie Dorr, founder and chief concept officer of Pure Barre. “The continued growth of Pure Barre studios across the country is a testament to the workout’s ability to quickly transform clients’ bodies, and we couldn’t be happier to bring this experience to Clearwater.”
For a limited time, Pure Barre Clearwater is offering a special promotion for new clients: five weeks’ unlimited for only $99 dollars or three months’ unlimited for $375. Classes are already forming at the new Pure Barre studio, which will open with 35 classes a week, seven days a week. Pure Barre owners say it is the fastest, most effective, yet safest way to change the shape of your body. With more than 275 studios across the country and more opening every month, Pure Barre says it offers clients an effective, results-oriented workout that allows them to take control of their bodies and lifestyles.
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