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Setting The Barre For Fitness In Petone!

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Setting The Barre For Fitness In Petone!

Xtend Barre comes to Petone – Pilates and Dance Amplified

Petone, Xtend Barre Petone is holding its Grand Opening on 24 July 2014 at its 247 Jackson Street studio. The team are challenging Lower Hutt residents to come and reach for their potential with this great workout system at free classes offered throughout opening week. Racheal Arps, owner of Xtend Barre Petone explains, “Xtend Barre is a fantastic ballet-based workout, incorporating elements of dance, music, and Pilates to challenge and improve coordination, rhythm, and cardio fitness”.

Racheal, a long-time Eastbourne resident, first discovered Xtend Barre in 2012 A driving force in the Wellington swing dancing scene for over 10 years, Racheal was looking for A workout system that combined her love of dancing with a desire to maintain strength and She says “Xtend Barre has proved to be fantastic in shaping long, lean muscle and I am keen to share these benefits with all-comers at our new Petone studio”.

Xtend Barre is a multi-level class geared to challenge bodies of any age, gender, or fitness background. It offers exercises that can be modified for beginners, prenatal clients or clients with injuries, but that can also be amplified for advanced clients that are looking for an extreme challenge. The Xtend Barre system sculpts the body proportionally so that all body parts are equally challenged. This total body workout serves to strengthen, lengthen, and stretch the body from top to bottom, from inside out. The end result is a long and lean physique… without added bulk. Developed from a dance / Pilates background, the Xtend Barre workout combines the amazing results of dance with the principles of strength and safety in Pilates.

In the lead up to the grand opening, Xtend Barre Petone is offering free classes from July 22nd. The full class schedule, which starts on Monday 28 July 2014 can be found on https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/ASP/adm/home.asp?studioid=169348 and details of opening specials on their facebook page: www.facebook.com/xtendbarrepetone.


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