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Workout With Well+Good: Free Bar Method class September 22


We are thrilled to announce our September Workout With Us event.

On September 22, we take our FREE workout series to the solar plexus of SoHo for the Bar Method, a popular Lotte Berk-style workout that’s only just arrived in New York City. Read the Well+Good review of the Bar Method here.

The rigorous fitness class uses super-targeted exercises to sculpt and tone the body while improving overall flexibility. The Bar Method builds both strength and stamina, and turns your body into a calorie-burning machine.

When: Wednesday, September 22 from 7:00–8:00 p.m. Please check in by 6:45 p.m. so you have time to change and get situated in the studio. Also, please join us after class for a party in the Bar Method’s gorgeous new studio where we’ll have beverages, a post-workout snack, and a drawing for a FREE 30-Day Unlimited Membership (Value: $330).

Bar Method SoHo founders Kristin Kelleher (left) and Amy Duffey

Where: The Bar Method SoHo, 155 Spring Street (btwn West Broadway and Wooster), 2nd floor, 212-431-5720.

Cost: It’s free for Well+Good subscribers only. (To bring a friend, just have them Subscribe first.) Karmic penalty for no-shows!

Bonus: All class participants will be automatically entered to win a 30-Day Unlimited Membership valued at $330.

What to bring: Workout socks. (If you forget yours, they sell them for $12). Optional bottle of water. Changing rooms come equipped with lockers to store your valuables so no need to bring a lock.

RSVP: Class size is limited to just 25 participants, so reserve your spot now by e-mailing [email protected] If you’re not already a subscriber you’ll automatically be signed up.