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You’re invited to try Pure Yoga’s new program—PXT with creator Loren Bassett

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During the 60-minute class, you’ll get sweaty, stronger, and toned with a mix of high-intensity cardio intervals, strength training, core work, and power yoga. (Photo: Pure Yoga)


Pure Yoga is synonymous with superbly taught yoga in every style from Ashtanga to Yin, and for Figure 4, its renowned barre program created by a prima ballerina.

With the launch of PXT this month, the sumptuous, spa-worthy destination, adds a tough new conditioning class to its roster of signature classes.

The brainchild of Loren “Bootcamp” Bassett (okay, we just gave her that name), PXT is one part fast-flowing yoga, and four parts intense mat-based intervals set to a pounding playlist.

Loren Bassett will teach both of these classes exclusively for Well+Good readers
Loren Bassett will teach both of these classes exclusively for Well+Good readers (Photo: Pure Yoga)

We loved the full-body functional fitness moves—and the tons of motivation from the stopwatch-wielding instructor.

And, in February, Pure is hosting two exclusive classes for Well+Good readers where you can try PXT with its creator Loren Bassett and score a swag bag loaded with $100 worth of wellness goodies.

What will you walk away with, in addition to an awesome workout?

+ A bottle of Creative Juice
+ An assortment of curated skin and hair care—including products from Bottega Organica, Paul Mitchell, and more
+ Healthy snacks from the chefs at Natural Gourmet Institute

Saturday, Feb. 1 – Pure East, 11:30–12:30, Cost $35
RSVP here

Saturday, Feb. 8 – Pure West, 11:30–12:30, Cost $35
RSVP here