What is your favorite aspect of owning a business in Ballard?
Meeting and getting to know the diverse and supportive client and local business community we all have. Before we opened our doors in July 2016, my family and I were hoping that clients of all types, ages, and fitness levels would come, and that everyone would support each other. Our dreams have come true, as we have clients ranging from late teens to 70's/80's, women and men, and we constantly cheer each other on. I have been amazed at how generous and kind our neighboring businesses are. We're excited to continue to meet more neighbors and give back wherever we can!
What Makes barre3 Unique?
We are a healthy lifestyle that is accessible to every body. We merge fitness, nutritional support and a safe community to create strength and balance both inside and outside our studio walls. We deliver a 60 minute workout that is intense - you will feel muscle burn, an endorphin high, and leave with a centered mind. Our team is fully trained to adapt all postures to each individual, whether you have a past or present injury or are training for an event.
What do we want people to know about our business?
Our entire team is passionate about what we do and the people who walk through our doors. We will know (and remember!) your name, make sure all questions are answered, and that you are set up for success. Building a strong community was the the number one goal for opening our studio in Ballard. We live what we teach, and are also clients ourselves.
What is our favorite place or thing to do in Ballard?
Eating and shopping! We love to explore, especially at the consignment store, and to try all the awesome restaurants. My husband Colin, 3.5 yr old daughter Evelyn, and I (and her baby brother, due in August!) meet up in the evenings after I teach class and enjoy a night out in Ballard. Shopping during the Christmas festival and finding unique gifts along Market and Ballard Ave is a particularly great memory.