Barre Intensity

Barre classes are live in-person and online through zoom. Barre Intensity is a complete barre workout incorporating both isometric exercises to help tone and strengthen the body and short periods of low impact cardio to raise the heart rate and burn calories. What could be better! Come join us for a class.

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  1. Kathy
  2. 973-699-5255
Fri, July 30
7:30 am — 3:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 07/30/2021 7:30am 07/30/2021 3:30pm America/New_York Barre Intensity

Barre classes are live in-person and online through zoom. Barre Intensity is a complete barre workout incorporating both isometric exercises to help tone and strengthen the body and short periods of low impact cardio to raise the heart rate and burn calories. What could be better! Come join us for a class.

18 South Street 2nd floor New Providence , NJ 07974

18 South Street 2nd floor
New Providence , NJ 07974

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