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You’re invited: Dailey Method—for one day only in New York!

Jill Dailey teaching her method
Jill Dailey teaching her method, which is in 22 cities in the U.S., plus France, Canada, and Mexico.


Join us October 23 for an exclusive
Dailey Method Pop-up Studio in New York City!

The Dailey Method is a powerful barre class created over 13 years ago by fitness guru Jill Dailey in San Francisco.  It has a loyal following in the Bay Area and other parts of the country—and for one day only it’s coming to New York City.

With a focus on kinesiology and core alignment like you’ve never seen, The Dailey Method combines ballet barre work and head-to-toe conditioning. The one-hour workout challenges (and fatigues) every muscle for a toned, sculpted, and stronger body.

This event has just two classes, exclusively for Well+Good readers! So you can be among the first New Yorkers to experience the Dailey Method.

the dailey method barre workoutEVENT DETAILS

The Experience: Attend the one-hour class, meet founder Jill Dailey, get a workout swag bag, and a pair of Dailey Method signature grippy socks!

When: Wednesday, October 23 at noon and 5:45 p.m.

Where: The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater (405 W. 55th Street, at Ninth Avenue)

Cost: $25 for Well+Good readers only!

Book now: Click here to book your spot! Space is limited. It will sell out. For more information or questions, contact

If you can’t make it, stream it!
Can’t make the one-day-only New York City classes? The Dailey Method just released its DVD workouts—”No Excuses” and “Dailey Now”—as digital downloads, for $14.95 and $19.95 respectively. They’re available for downloading or streaming in a variety of file formats, and can be accessed on your phone, tablet, and TV.  Visit