Pure Barre gives the term “gym” a whole new meaning

Are you tired of your gym routine? Do you ever get bored of using the same machines over and over again? At Pure Barre Manhasset, different exercises paired with yoga replace a mundane trip to the gym.

Pure Barre debuted on Jan. 27. The new fitness inspired outlet offers a unique way to achieve a full body workout.  Co-owners of Pure Barre, Jenny Bernholz and Deena Cavalli, are trying to give their clients the best possible workout in daily 55 minute classes.

“Pure Barre is the fastest, most effective, yet safest way to change your body,” said Bernholz. Every workout concentrates on the arms, thighs, seat, hips, and abs to build muscle tone.

The secret to Pure Barre’s success lies within the complexity of each work out session. Each class begins with the strength portion of the workout and is always followed by dynamic stretching to ensure lean muscles without bulk.

“We like to say that there is no wasted energy at Pure Barre; everything we do in class has a purpose,” said Bernholz.

Pure Barre classes are basically a mixture of Pilates, yoga, and various elements of dance. Their classes are high in energy, and have great music that livens  up the class.

Pure Barre receives clients from all over Long Island, including surrounding towns such as Roslyn, Manhasset, Great Neck, Garden City, and Port Washington.

“We are so excited to be in such a great area of Long Island,” said Bernholz.

Pure Barre differs from an ordinary gym since one is not obligated to sign up for a long term membership the moment one walks through the door.  Clients of all ages and skill levels are trying barre -inspired workouts for the first time.  “The beauty of Pure Barre is that anyone can do it,” said Bernholz.

If these classes spike an interest to you, be sure to check out Manhasset’s latest exercise trend.  Better yet, mention that you are a student and receive a 15% discount.