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Ballet Dance Classes and Lessons Greenville SC

Pure Barre and other ballet-inspired workouts are intense but they are very doable by every woman out there. Read on and know more information.

School of Carolina Ballet Theatre
(864) 297-1635
872 Woodruff Rd
Greenville, SC
 
Dancers Corner
(864) 627-0053
982 Batesville Rd
Greenville, SC
 
Rhythm Techniques
(864) 233-6484
7 Toledo St
Greenville, SC
 
Shag Instructional Center
(864) 244-7557
2516A E North St
Greenville, SC
 
Let's Dance
(864) 268-8588
3860 E North St
Greenville, SC
 
Dianne's School of Dance
(864) 246-0923
7601 White Horse Rd
Greenville, SC
 
Jaramillo's Latin Dancing
(864) 294-8292
1601 Cedar Lane Rd
Greenville, SC
 
Riddle Patsy
(864) 244-3555
1394 N Pleasantburg Dr
Greenville, SC
 
Upstate Swing & Shag
(864) 292-5221
Greenville, SC
 
Dianne's School of Dance
(864) 246-0924
Greenville, SC
 

Ballet Dance Classes and Lessons

Ballet Workouts with Pure Barre

pure barre Guest blogger Carrie Rezabek is the CEO and creator of Pure Barre. Carrie grew up dancing, performing and choreographing events all over the U.S. After earning a business degree from Michigan State University and a law degree from Wayne State University, Carrie opened her first studio in 2001. Pure Barre now has 18 franchised locations throughout the U.S., as well as a DVD series for home-users. To find a studio near you or purchase a Pure Barre DVD, please visit Pure Barre .

It’s universally agreed that dancers have beautiful bodies – long, lean, athletic and feminine. The most effective way to achieve a dancer’s body is by doing a ballet-barre-based workout. Pure Barre is just that. The technique utilizes the ballet barre to perform small isometric movements working each muscle to fatigue and then stretching that muscle right back out. There is no impact so the workout is extremely safe and the technique is highly effective. We have seen women lose 12-13 inches in just one month.

Pure Barre and other ballet-inspired workouts are intense but they are very doable by every woman out there. You don’t have to have dance experience, be graceful or even have rhythm; you just need to be able to hold on to the barre and work through some muscle shaking that occurs no matter how long you have been doing it. pure-barre in action

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