COLUMBIA, S.C. (October 9, 2017) – The Five Points Association is teaming up with Pure Barre Columbia in celebration of their fifth anniversary in Columbia’s original village neighborhood. Pure Barre Columbia opened in October of 2012, and has since become one of Columbia’s most popular fitness studios. In commemoration of their anniversary, Pure Barre Columbia will be holding a free pop-up barre class on Saturday, October 14th, 2017 at the Five Points fountain.
- Event: Pure Barre Pop-Up: Celebrating Five Years in Five Points
- Date: Saturday, October 14, 2017
- Time: 9am – 10am
Street will close at 8am / Class from 9am – 10am / Post-class meet and greet until 11am
- Location: Five Points fountain
The portion of Saluda Avenue between Starbucks and the fountain will be closed to vehicular traffic
- Cost: FREE
The class is open to the public, but participants are asked to sign up online and to bring their own yoga mats
- Sign up: Participants should sign up via MindBody, using the free Mind Body app or website (MindBody.com). Note: a membership to Pure Barre is not required to participate
- Free, hour-long Pure Barre pop-up class
- There will be a warm up before the class begins, led by Angie Sellers, owner of Five Points fitness studio Fit Columbia
- The fountain will be lined with vendors to include Copper Penny, Steel Garden, Southern Squeezed, and more
- Pure Barre will be offering complimentary water, Pure Barre towels, and “First Week Free” cards to participants at the event, along with educating people about their classes
- The day before the pop-up class, on Friday, October 13th, Pure Barre Columbia will be celebrating their anniversary in their studio at 2123 Greene Street. There will be a barre class, special discounts on both retail and class packages, breakfast at the barre, hair braiding by Metropolis Salon, and make up touch ups from Pout! on Devine Street. Participants will need to sign up for this class in advance.
About Pure Barre:
Pure Barre is the fastest, most effective, yet safest way to change your body. In just 55 minutes you will achieve a full-body workout concentrating on the areas women struggle with the most: hips, thighs, seat, abdominals and arms. The Pure Barre technique is low-impact, protecting your joints by avoiding any bouncing or jumping. Each strength section of the workout is followed by a stretching section in order to create long, lean muscles without bulk. The technique works to defy gravity by tapering everything in and lifting it up.
Pure Barre offers a “First Week Free” package to brand new, local clients year round. Additionally, participants who take a minimum of three classes within their first week are offered a special $20 discount off of an “Intro Month” (normally $99).
About Pure Barre Columbia:
Pure Barre owners Addie Fairey and Anna Reynolds both came to Columbia after graduating from Clemson University, and opened their first Pure Barre studio on Greene Street in 2012. Addie and Anna saw tremendous value in the history, vibrancy, and unique quality of Five Points, and took advantage of the opportunity to become a part of the Five Points community, in the heart of the neighborhood. Owners Addie and Anna have seen such success in their Five Points location that they have also opened a studio in Irmo.
About the Five Points Association:
The Five Points Association is a non-profit organization whose principle task is ensuring that Five Points stays an integral and important part of the City of Columbia. The Association has accomplished and endured many major infrastructure, development and beautification projects over the years. The Association hosts annual events that continue to grow with each year and entertain thousands of people within the City of Columbia, as well as the state of South Carolina.
To sign up for Pure Barre Columbia’s Pop-Up class, please visit www.MindBody.com.
For more information about Pure Barre, please visit www.PureBarre.com.
For more information about Five Points, please visit www.FivePointsColumbia.com.