Figure 4 debuts at Pure East

Figure 4, Pure Yoga's signature barre class, debuts at the East 86th Street studio this October. Charter memberships available through September 15!

Kate Albarelli, Figure 4, Pure Yoga

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Figure 4, Pure Yoga’s signature barre class, debuted to rave reviews last Spring.

The creation of real-life ballerina Kate Albarelli (pictured above)—who taught both Core Fusion and Physique 57—Figure 4 quickly stood out in the barre-packed fitness landscape for its ballet-quality technique—set to the best up-tempo playlists in town.

Until now, the class was only available to West Siders at Pure Yoga’s W. 77th Street Studio. But this October, it takes a grande jeté across Central Park to Pure East on East 86th Street.

Whether you’ve been working on your pliés or not, Figure 4 is about fitness, and it combines everything we love into one class. You’ll find:

· A killer thigh sequence
· Seriously sculpting seat work
· Revolutionary abdominal exercises
· Fat-burning cardio
· Transformational toning with hand weights

After a few sessions, you may not be ready to audition for Swan Lake, but you’ll be on your way to developing the long lean muscles of a ballerina.

Charter memberships for Figure 4 are available only until September 15. For more information, please call 212-360-1888 or click here. Don’t miss out on this revitalizing program.

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