Barre3, a global network of studios and the innovative leader of the ballet barre fitness movement, is set to open its newest location in Denver at 4930 S. Newport Street. The Belleview Station studio opened its doors Feb. 27.
A modern evolution of barre created by fitness expert, Sadie Lincoln, barre3 offers a whole-body health approach to wellness with smart, balanced and incredibly effective workouts influenced by yoga and Pilates.
Since launching in 2008, barre3 has grown to over 100 studios around the globe, building a worldwide community of fiercely loyal fans who are inspired by healthy, balanced living and captivated by the intense workouts in studios and online videos.
Katie Heaps, owner of the studio and a former Division I tennis player at the University of Notre Dame, shares that opening this studio was a dedicated work of passion, embracing the opportunity to create a supportive community of health and wellness with childcare made available in Denver. “I decided to open a barre3 studio first and foremost because of my love for barre3, it’s amazing community, and how it’s continued to challenge me in all the right ways for over 4 years. As a long-time client, barre3 became a home away from home, and a place that always brightened my day and left me feeling stronger, balanced, and more energized,” says Heaps. “I knew that I wanted to make this my life’s work, as an owner, and to help grow this community of wellness in South Denver. It is such an honor to have the opportunity to help others reach their overall fitness and lifestyle goals.”
Barre3’s signature workouts balance strength training through isometric holds and small, one-inch movements with seamless recovery stretches. Unlike other barre-inspired workouts, barre3 incorporates larger, functional movements with cardio to jumpstart the metabolism and re-oxygenate the body. As both a fitness system and whole-health philosophy, barre3 helps clients to realize amazing, lasting results – a strong physique and a happy, balanced mindset.
“In just eight years, barre3 has grown from a single studio in Portland, Oregon to over 126 locations, over 300 workouts streaming online, and a growing cache of nourishing recipes” says Sadie Lincoln, co-founder and CEO of barre3. “Our mission is to make barre3 accessible to anyone, anywhere with studios across the U.S. and abroad. Partnering with passionate entrepreneurs and health advocates like Katie make this possible. We are thrilled to make barre3 Belleview Station a part of the family.”
Barre3 Belleview Station is located at 4930 S. Newport St. and can be contacted at 303-656-6702 or email email@example.com. The website is barr3.com/studio-locations/bellewiewstation.
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