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The Studio Barre and Wellness is a locally owned and operated fitness studio. We create an intimidation free zone for a stronger and healthier you. Follow the links below to see our schedule of classes and choose a wellness program that fits your lifestyle!

"The Studio has changed my life for the better-The support system, the wonderful clients, physical, mental, and emotional benefits have changed my life in a way I never thought a barre community could!"

 
 

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> What motivated you to come to The Studio initially?
I had been doing Pilates for a few years and needed a change. I am always looking for new and fun ways to stay motivated. I also do Heather’s hair, and hearing her talk about it made me curious.
> What keeps you coming back?  How do you motivate yourself to get moving or to carve out time for you?
For me exercising is as much a mental necessity as a physical one. I try to make time to do something no matter 30 minutes or an hour at least 5 days a week. I enjoy the Studio because it’s always fun and the classes fly by and then you are like damn that was hard.
> How often do you take class on average?
I do weight training Monday’s and Wednesday’s, so I try to take a barre class on Tuesday’s, Thursday’s and Friday for sure. If my work schedule allows, I will do a Saturday every once in a while.

> How does The Studio differ from other workouts you have tried?  

I like focusing on all the muscles and love the concept of the studio shake. I think the method definitely creates long lean muscles, which I appreciate.
> What do you love about The Studio Barre & Wellness?
I love having a set time to keep me on schedule, and The Studio offers so many times for class it helps keep me on track. I also enjoy a smaller environment where everyone of all ages and physical fitness levels are welcomed.
> What is your favorite barre exercise, stretch or your favorite part of the workout?
I love when we are working more than one muscle group at a time - like doing arms while squatting or anything like that. I also enjoy the planks. This for sure works everything and I think for new clients it is one of those things that makes you feel strong as you get better at doing it. I think small goals reached helps to keep people coming back for more.

Client Spotlight: Christy Rendon

> Tell us something personal about yourself that you don't mind sharing.

am a hairstylist at Tokro’s, and after giving your mind and body to a job all day it’s nice to come to barre and recharge. I am turning 50 this year and my body has changed so much sometimes I don’t recognize myself. But I am driven to continue to strive to be strong and healthy.

> It is SO AWESOME that you completed our "Quarantoned" Challenge & completed 15 classes in 15 days! Did you notice any specific results - mentally/physically? Would you do it again? 

I love a good challenge, and while being stuck at home this just gave me the added push to work on me everyday. I will say the last week I had gone back to work after 8 weeks and really had to push through. Definitely felt better after straight 15 days!

> Did you set any personal goals for 2020?  To Survive :)

> What would you like to share with other folks about exercise, The Studio, your wellness journey, or basically anything that is special to you?

This is a great tribe to be a part of. All the instructors are sweet, strong and really push you to do the best you’ve got for each class. And all the clients are added energy to encourage each other through each workout. 

  

Client Spotlight:

          Megan Gaulke

> When was your first barre class? May 2019
> What motivated you to come to The Studio initially? 
I needed a change, a whole life change. I had never worked out before, at least not regularly. Everything would lose my interest, or I would just stop going to the gym because I didn’t know what I was doing with all of those machines. I had 4 different clients all in the same week that did barre, by the 4th one I was convinced.
> What keeps you coming back?  How do you motivate yourself to get moving or to carve out time for you?

The positive energy and the cheerful mood every time I take a class. Even when I had a bad day, I would leave the studio feeling refreshed.
> How often do you take class on average? 
Pre quarantine, I was doing about 3-5 classes a week. Now, I’ve been doing at least 30 min a day, sometimes I take a break for a few days and I definitely listen to my body and take a break when I need it. I must say, I’ve really grown to love these home workouts with you gals!

> How does The Studio differ from other workouts you have tried?  
I love the small movements and low weights. I’ve always been one to go to the gym and completely over-do it and never go back. So barre is just the right amount of hurt .

 

> What do you love about The Studio Barre & Wellness? 
I love the smaller class sizes and the music. Now when I hear a good song, I immediately think “I can do barre to this song”. My second day of barre I remember running into Jonette at 929 and she said “you should go two days in a row, it’ll feel better”. And I am so glad I listened! I really feel like that’s the day I got hooked on it. The small movements felt so great on my already sore muscles. And the studio shake is like no other! And definitely can’t forget the support of the girls at the studio, and I love catching the “OMG I’m dying” faces in the mirror...same girl.
> What is your favorite barre exercise or stretch or your favorite part of the workout?  
I can’t believe I’m about to say this, but planks have grown on me. That’s really where you can tell how strong you’re getting! I also love that sitting leg lift, even though it kills me in the process.
> Tell us something personal about yourself that you don't mind sharing.
I was a stylist for 10 years, diabetic for 25 years. The two of those combined gave me some body aches and pains. I feel so much better, mentally and physically. I stopped drinking in January of 2020 because I felt guilty doing barre and then going to the bar. It also gave me the mental clarity to realize how gross it made me feel and how much it was affecting my diabetes. I’ve recently started taking my 10 year old dog on walks everyday, he and I are both reaping the benefits.
> It is SO AWESOME that you completed our "Quarantoned" Challenge & completed 15 classes in 15 days! Did you notice any results?  Mentally/physically? Would you do it again?
I definitely saw results, and they came quick. I honestly didn’t think I was going to finish the 15 days. Some days I really had a hard time getting on that mat, but I did it! My energy has significantly increased, and it was much easier to get back into it after my break I took after I completed it. I think I made it to 17-19 days before I had to take a 5 day break . My home barre also arrived the day after I finished my 15 day challenge. What a wonderful way to end it.
10. Did you set any personal goals for 2020?  
I had really lost sight of things. 2019 was not a good year, so my only goal was to make 2020 better, any way I could.
11. What would you like to share with other folks about exercise, The Studio, your wellness journey, or basically anything that is special to you?
I went from not working out, to being pretty much obsessed with barre. I’ve always been pretty lazy and full of excuses, I know that sounds cliche but it’s so true. If I can get into something, you know it’s good!

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