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Aug. 22nd, Sept. 12th and 26th
Rosewood Washington D.C., the luxurious urban retreat situated in the heart of historic Georgetown, is pleased to announce the launch of a fitness partnership with the local branch of barre3, a full-body balanced workout combining strength conditioning, cardio and mindfulness. Starting on Sunday, August 8, Rosewood will welcome talented instructors from the neighboring Georgetown location of barre3 to host 60-minute classes on the hotel’s open-air rooftop, open to both guests and members of the community. This empowering series, which includes two classes in August and two in September, will invite participants to enjoy a fitness experience that focuses on both the mind and body, all while taking in stunning views of the capital’s iconic skyline and monuments.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with our friends at barre3 to bring the brand’s unique program to our rooftop for our guests and neighbors to enjoy,” said Gabor L. Vida, managing director of Rosewood Washington, D.C. “At Rosewood, we are constantly seeking new ways to keep our community excited and engaged while working with local partners to showcase all that our area has to offer. Especially now, as people are increasingly looking for fun and social outdoor experiences, we can’t think of a better end-of-summer series than these invigorating classes that provide invigorating activity in an unmatched setting.”
Taking place on Rosewood Washington, D.C.’s panoramic rooftop on August 8, August 22, September 12 and September 26, the full-body workouts will leave participants feeling balanced in body and empowered from within. The hour-long classes will begin at 9:00 AM and be led by Barre3’s expert instructors, including Caroline Elia and Julianna Cavano. Designed for every fitness level, from beginner to expert, and complete with seamless modifications throughout, the classes ensure a safe, effective and challenging workout for every participant. Following each class, complimentary refreshments and light bites, including green juice and granola, will be provided to participants who wish to stay and enjoy the stunning space a little longer.
Nikki Hedren, lead instructor of barre3 Georgetown shared that, “We are really looking forward to this partnership with Rosewood Washington, D.C. and bringing our barre3 experience to the hotel. We hope to empower the participating guests and community members from the inside out through the barre3 method and introduce them to our unique approach to training their bodies and mind.”
Open to the public and complimentary for Rosewood guests, spots for each class can be reserved by visiting the Barre3 Georgetown MindBody page. For any additional questions on registering or class information, please contact barre3 at email@example.com. Participants are asked to bring an exercise mat.