San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The bar method integrates the fat burning format of interval training, the muscle shaping technique of isometrics, the elongating principles of dance conditioning, and the science of physical therapy to create a revolutionary new workout that quickly and safely reshapes your entire body.
Wear regular gym clothes and/or as much pink as possible, plus bring a pair of socks.
Stay after class and enjoy some pink fizz and nibbles.
Sole Ryeders - October Sole Fest
Sole Ryeders & Friends, together with a dozen local fitness studios, is providing a unique opportunity during the month of October for women, men and teens to improve their fitness, try new classes, and strengthen Sole Ryeders.
Instructors from local studios are donating over 70 classes during the month of October. Classes are geared towards people of all ages and fitness levels. Sole Ryeders invites community members to take part in this month long event where calories are burned and dollars are earned. October Sole Fest classes will be $30 each, with 100% of the proceeds benefiting community members who are affected by cancer. Classes will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Raffle tickets will be sold during the Sole Fest fitness classes ($10 per ticket or $20 for 3 tickets). Prizes include fabulous fitness packages and more!
October Sole Fest is supported by the following studios and raffle donors:
Benefits Cosmetics; The Bar Method, Boot Camp by the Beach; Combine Training; Core Pilates; CrossFit; Gluteus Fabulous; Go Figure; Michele Cappellano, Health Through Massage; My Little Yogi; Pilates Studio of Rye; Rye Running Store; RowAmerica Rye; Rye Recreation; Rye YMCA; SoulCycle, Studio 14; Wendy Nagle, Health Coach; Yoga by Janet.
Sole Ryeders is a volunteer-driven community based organization that provides and supports local cancer-related programs. In addition to fundraising, awarding grants, and providing resources and emotional support for community members with cancer, Sole Ryeders founded The Wig Exchange in 2011, which provides women undergoing chemotherapy with access to high quality wigs donated by cancer survivors.