Move with Us
At High Barre, we offer a variety of classes that allow each person to create a customized wellness plan. Attend a single class to supplement your main form of exercise or sport or attend a variety of High Barre classes to create a complete workout regimen. Classes are “pay as you go” so you never pay for missed classes. Current offerings include yoga, tai chi, barre and Zumba all taught by experienced and certified instructors.
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Classes We Offer
This is an all-levels, all-bodies, flow-based class with roots in the Hatha yoga tradition, informed by Western biomechanics and internal alignment principles. The pace will be steady. Expect to breathe, stretch, hold, and move, with an emphasis on connecting breath and body. We will strategically work each part of the body so you leave feeling balanced and rejuvenated, with an invitation to truly experience each pose from the inside out. Every practice will offer an opportunity to connect, be challenged, explore and unwind. Come find your flow.
Val Koscnick, Instructor
My flow class is based in the vinyasa and power yoga traditions. Vinyasa simply refers to the linking of breath and movement throughout a class; one movement, one breath. A typical flow class follows a bell pattern of warming up, a climax of powerful yoga poses and then winding down with some traditional yin yoga poses. You'll experience a full range of poses and motions in the class and work out most muscles in your body. Power yoga is based on yoga poses that start at the center of the body, the core, and work outwards. I use some core (stomach, sides and back) strengthening poses to help you find balance, creativity and playfulness in all of your yoga poses. This class is for beginners, intermediates and experts.
Will Harris, Instructor
Not currently scheduled.
The gentle flow yoga class will balance breath and asana to deeply nourish and support your mind, body and spirit so you can embrace changes in your life and connect with the constant fluidity of change. Focus will be on the classic yoga poses and build on the basics of alignment, embodiment, breath and energy. Props are encouraged. Find energy, flexibility, strength while staying kind and gentle to yourself and experience the ease in the pose.
Mondays and Thursdays 9:30-10:30am
A workout that is rapidly gaining recognition around the world is barre fitness. High Barre’s barre fitness is a low impact class that helps tone all muscle groups, improves balance and posture, and increases flexibility. This ballet-inspired class is perfect for beginners who want to be more active but also proves challenging for any level. Some equipment used includes light weights, the ballet barre to aid with balance, resistance bands and a yoga mat for core work and stretching.
Monica Dunn, Instructor
Mondays and Wednesdays 5-6pm
An ancient Chinese art form emphasizing the flow of energy through the body. Often described as ‘meditation in motion,’ Tai chi’s slow, circular movements are beneficial for improved balance, breathing, coordination and peace of mind.
This weekly practice covers the basic elements of Tai Chi, including posture and breathing, beginning exercises and the
Tai Chi Forms themselves. There will also be discussions on Tai Chi as a healthful practice and its benefits.
Chris Taw, Instructor
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A Latin-inspired dance workout that has become one of the most popular group exercise classes in the world. Zumba combines cardio and muscle conditioning while improving balance and coordination. Zumba takes the "work" out of workout and is often called exercise in disguise. It’s your weekly dance party!
Jodi Renwick, Instructor
Yin is a luxurious style of yoga that invites you to turn inward. This practice works deeply into muscles and connective tissues through extended holds (1-5 minutes) and grounded postures. Postures primarily work into the hips, pelvis and spine, utilizing props to support the body. Transitions between poses are slow, and our focus is more on restoration & de-stressing than strength building. For many students, Yin is a very challenging yet totally relaxing experience. Yin is a wonderful compliment to more strenuous exercise, those seeking to build flexibility, or those looking for a gentle way to create opening & fluidity in muscles and joints. Please wear comfortable clothing.
Val Koscnick, Instructor
Who We Are
Barre Instructor, owner
Tai Chi Instructor
Can I sign up for just one class?
What makes the High Barre unique is that clients can sign up for individual classes. So, to work around your own busy schedule, you come when you can or cancel if you need to while not paying for missed classes.
Do the Class Packs apply to only one type of class?
You can use your class pack to attend any of the classes listed in the schedule.
Can I just show up to a class without signing up?
Drop-ins are welcome at all High Barre classes. With assistance from the instructor, you can register, sign your waiver, and submit payment prior to the start of class.
Can I give a class to a friend or relative?
Gift certificates are available in studio or you can purchase e-cards through MINDBODY. If you'd like to share your Class Pack with an immediate family member, please contact the High Barre to authorize shared use.
What is your pricing?
Single class $15
6-class Pack $75 (good for 12 months)
12-class Pack $140 (good for 9 months)
25-class Pack $225 (good for 6 months)
50-class Pack $400 (good for 6 months)
Zumba classes only $5!