Join us and Sadie Lincoln for an exclusive barre3 workout in New York City

Due to seriously overwhelming demand, this class is now closed.

We shared the big news with you last week—barre3’s Sadie Lincoln is coming to town! And Well+Good readers are invited to an exclusive workout with the celebrated fitness innovator. (Before barre3 Lincoln created YogaWork’s popular BarWorks class.) Class will be held at Lululemon Lincoln Square, before store hours.

barre3 Sadie Lincoln teaches core upper body combo
barre3's Sadie Lincoln teaching a core-upper body combo move


This Well+Good Workout with Us event is open to 35 lucky Well+Good subscribers. Here are the details on how you can experience the buzzed-about barre3 class that’s not yet available in New York City. You must RSVP to attend.

When: Sunday, March 13, 2011, 9:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.

Where: Lululemon in Lincoln Square, 1928 Broadway, at 64th Street

Cost: The class is free for Well+Good subscribers. Not a subscriber yet? Sign up here, it’s free!

RSVP: All participants must RSVP to [email protected] with your full name. If you’re RSVPing for a friend, please also provide her/his first and last name and email address. We will send all participants a confirmation e-mail, or notify you if you are on the waitlist.

Fine print: This is a BYOM(at) class.

Contact: Send any questions about the event to Alexia Brue and Melisse Gelula at [email protected]. See you on Sunday, March 13, 2011!

For more information about Sadie Lincoln and barre3, visit

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