Barre to Start
Break for Barrdio
Efficient yet effective. This fast-paced, full-body workout promises to keep your heart pounding in a slightly shorter class format. Sculpt your body and sharpen your mind as you challenge yourself to keep up with unexpected movements. Because busy is no excuse to your body.
Private Mom's Group
We offer 4 classes weekly that you can bring your baby to, or come alone and enjoy YOU time. Not only are we working out as a group, but we are also forming a community of support and friendship. This is not a weight loss challenge this is To make yourself feel stronger and healthier, mentally, and physically. The schedule is as follows.
Monday and Tuesday 7:30pm-8:15, “Mom’s Night Out” (babies always welcome) 3354 Delaware Ave, Kenmore
Thursdays 10:30am-11:30, “ Stroller Barre at Delaware Park” (bundle up, we do this in the snow too)
Saturdays 10:15am-11:00, “Bring your Baby to Barre” at Barretend, in Allentown.
- 5 pack – $30
- 10 pack – $60
- Drop in – $7
Fancy Stretch and Rolling
Barre now, bar later
The class will start with a warm up and you will learn how to safely get on the trampoline, where to place your feet and what neutral position is. No two booty bounce classes are the same, every week the music and the moves change for a new experience.
Rated R Barre
Bring your Baby to Barre
Intro offer – One week Unlimited: $15
4 weeks unlimited $99
4 weeks, 8 classes $59
Single Class: $10
Private Mom’s Group (5 classes): $49
Private Mom’s Group (10 classes): $79
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- An effective way to sculpt your muscles and have fun at the same time
- Fuses elements of ballet, Pilates, yoga, and weight training
- Workout for every body
- Flexible class times to fit your busy schedule
- A place where all beliefs and abilities are respected
- Not just for ballerina’s
- Designed for women to find their balance
- Side effects include increased confidence, a sharper mind, and a lean body
meet your barre[tenders]
Megan Leith, Owner / Head Barretender / Barre Instructor
Megan opened Barretend so that women can come together to share their passions. She wants to create a community where women feel supported at whatever stage of life they’re in. Classes that welcome anyone and fit our busy schedules.
Megan began doing barre as a means to offset running. She was not flexible. She wanted to incorporate some stretching and light weight training into her routine. And barre was the solution. Today, she feels stronger, but still has her days. Barretend isn’t a place for perfection. It’s a place where you don’t have to fear your inability. Not everyone will have their leg up high. In fact, hers will probably be the lowest.
Megan couldn’t have done this without her Dad. He is her inspiration. He taught her a lot about business and life. And Barretend wouldn’t be possible without him. She was so lucky to call him Dad and hopes he would be proud. Outside of Barretend, Megan loves to spend time with her husband and children.
Erin Holmes / Barretender / Barre Instructor
Erin is a mom of three, a church choir director, a vocal music teacher and an arbonne consultant. She received her bachelors in music education and has an extensive background in Ballet. Her passions include; heath and fitness, dance, singing and learning about people. In her free time, you might find Erin exploring the city, hiking, kayaking or performing.
Carrie Wert / Barretender / Yoga Instructor
Carrie has taught elementary age children at school for 18 years
and is also a mom of two little girls. In the last 4 years she discovered yoga. Even bigger, she found out that yoga can have a huge positive impact on children. Carrie found herself going to work with a new sense of presence and patience with her students. She learned how to listen and realized that for so many years she had been doing it so wrong…always rushing around caught up in getting the material covered and worrying about getting to the next lesson on time. Carrie learned to slow down and appreciated her students in a new way. Bringing yoga to her classroom changed her students for the better. Through yoga, Carrie has learned that you can’t take care of others until you take care of yourself. She is certified in children’s yoga and has since held many yoga camps and taught many yoga classes to young children. She loves to watch children respond to learning that they can find calm and peace within their bodies and feels lucky to be able to share her love of teaching yoga with children.