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Nationally renowned Barre instructor in Pewaukee December 6-8 for exclusive Barre Training, Free Introductory Classes

Dec. 3, 2013

Milwaukee (December 2, 2013) — Whether you’re a Pilates instructor or a couch potato struggling to get back in the groove, The Movement Center in Pewaukee has the perfect reason for you to explore how Barre training can change your life.

Wisconsin’s first Pilates studio to offer Barre, a technique that combines yoga and ballet techniques into an up-tempo, fun filled experience, will welcome world-renowned instructor Crissy Trayner to showcase both instructional techniques for teachers but also introductory classes for students December 6-8.

Trayner will lead the 60-hour teacher-training classes at Movement Center’s Pewaukee location on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Students in theses classes will learn the necessary skills to lead their own Barre classes.

At the same time, Movement Center is inviting anyone the opportunity to come to free exploratory classes to see first hand the benefits of Barre. The classes are offered multiple times from December 6-15 and have limited availability.

Barre is an athletic workout specifically designed to strengthen and lengthen the body. Each class increases endurance and stamina through strength training and flexibility through stretching. Classical ballet Barre methods influenced the class, but with a modern twist: fun, upbeat music enlivens the classes. Similar to traditional yoga classes, Barre classes are taught in a group setting, with instructors offering personal attention through verbal and hands-on corrections.

“Having a leading expert like Crissy join us we hope will continue to spur the growth and popularity of Barre across the Milwaukee area,” said Ronda Arndorfer, owner of The Movement Center. “We’ve definitely seen demand rise, and so when we learned of the opportunity to bring Crissy to town, we really wanted to maximize the total number of people who could benefit from Barre.”

Movement Center Pewaukee, along with the studio’s second location in the Historic Third Ward, offers more than just Barre—Pilates, Yoga, and Aerial Yoga are all client favorites at the studio.

“We’re constantly striving to bring the best classes and industry trends to our clients,” added Arndorfer. “If you have any interest in trying out a class, we always welcome you to come see our studio and meet our staff.”

To learn more about the specific training sessions or the free individual classes, visit or call (262) 695-2262.

About Movement Center
Movement Center honors the traditions of various forms of movement at its two locations, Pewaukee and Third Ward, and encourages students to practice at their individual levels and ability. Movement Center offers traditional Pilates, Yoga, Aerial Yoga, and Barre classes. Classes are designed to meet the needs of a diverse community. For more information, visit

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