Pure Barre Technique Opens Fourth Location in Capitol Hill

Low impact, high results workout uses small, isometric movements to tone trouble areas


Sami Sweeny, owner of Pure Barre Queen Anne, Pure Barre University and Pure Barre Bellevue fitness studios opened her fourth location Saturday, January 4, 2014 in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood at 1222 East Pine Street. 

 
The new location will feature 1900 square feet of space for multiple daily classes with a capacity for 28 students per class and free parking in the Collins On Pine parking garage below. Students’ first class is complimentary.

Pure Barre is a total body workout proven to target women’s trouble areas. It works to lift the seat, tone 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 the body. Pure Barre’s workout is accessible for all ages and fitness levels because of its low impact, high results formula and students see results in just 10 classes.

“With our Seattle locations frequently at capacity and only so many hours in the day it was clear we needed a third Seattle location in addition to Queen Anne and the University District. We are thrilled to open in Capitol Hill and to introduce Pure Barre’s amazing results to new groups of women and men,” said Sweeney. “From new moms and brides, to men and those recovering from injuries, everyone can reap the benefits of this low-impact, full body workout.”

Sweeney opened Pure Barre in Seattle in June 2010, and was the first to bring the barre-based workouts to the city. In December 2010 she expanded to Bellevue, and opened Queen Anne in September 2012. With the dozens of weight loss success stories Pure Barre has helped locals achieve, it’s the perfect workout to bring to Capitol Hill to get locals motivated and in shape for good.

Sweeney, a Pure Barre master teacher trainer for the Southern Central region of the United States, opened the first Washington-based Pure Barre in 2010 after wanting to bring the revolutionary technique to her Northwest roots.

Pure Barre was created by dancer, choreographer and fitness guru, Carrie Rezabek in 2001 when she opened her first studio in Michigan. Pure Barre Capitol Hill is located at 1222 East Pine Street, Suite B, Seattle 98122. For class schedules and packages visit here.

Written by Charles

Charles Koh founded EatSeattle, and has continued to use his expertise as editor-in-chief to guide the website’s growth over the last five years. Koh’s experience focuses on digital marketing and social media, and has been a part of several companies, some of which he created, specializing in both areas over the course of his career. Koh was previously with Google and Zagat where he helped expand and grow communities worldwide.

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