SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Want to build confidence and muscle at the same time? You may want to visit Pure Barre Carlsbad and experience a workout that is like no other.
Barre is a combination of pilates and dance, yet classes are for all ages and no is experience needed. Classes are small and intimate which allows instructors to work with individuals, making the experience one to remember.
Women come to challenge themselves and to build relationships with one another. Because of this setting, a close knit community is created where women celebrate each other’s milestones.
Pure Barre continues to grow this community by creating events that allow women to come together. Celebrate this confidence building community by coming to their July event "Bare and Barrels," where women are able to take a class and drink wine at the same time!
This pop up class will take place at Carruth Cellars in Solana Beach on July 23 at 9:30 a.m. Wine lovers and workout enthusiasts - you don’t want to miss this!
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