If you're not familiar with the term, we'll explain it.

The concept of barre fitness incorporates ballet style moves with yoga and pilates.

The Pure Barre franchise Fitness Studio owner Mary Logan will locate her office on the first floor of the Schilling Building in the northeast section of the 43rd Ave intersection.

According to The Bismarck Tribune :

Logan said she started taking Pure Barre while in Bozeman, Mont.

“I basically fell in love with it,” she said.

Then, in 2012, when she moved to Dickinson, she searched for something similar and never found it. A move to Midland, Texas, served as a reminder of what she was missing, so when she moved back to North Dakota to be closer to family she decided to bring Pure Barre with her.

All Pure Barre studios are run on the same class format, “so you always know what to expect,” Logan said.

Her location will have a single studio with a high-end athleisure wear shop in the front.

Hours and class times are still being determined but classes will be offered seven days a week with multiple time slots throughout the day, Logan said. There is space for 20 to 25 in each class.

 

What a unique way to work out!