* You can cancel your reservation via your account up to 12 hours prior to the start of class. If outside of the 12 hours before class, members and those on unlimited class passes: a late cancel or no-show will result in a $15 fee for barre ($11 for core & cardio). For those on a class pass: a late cancel or no-show will result in the loss of the class and you will charged as attending. You may still cancel your reservation outside of the 12 hours before class to allow another client to get into class, but the late cancel policy still applies * Private/duet/small group sessions require a 24-hour cancellation. Outside of the 24-hour cancellation, you will be charged as attending. * Please be aware that spaces will be released…
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Be Ski Ready this year and go Top to Bottom nonstop on Day 1 with 7 weeks of Ski strength and conditioning This 7-week program will run through a progression of workouts designed to build strength, endurance and power to help you go the distance from DAY 1, while staying INJURY FREE! Workouts will be 1 hour including warmup as well as 10-15 minutes of flexibility at the end of each class. These workouts will be taught in a HIIT format with a series of isometric (static) and plyometric (dynamic) exercises focusing on lower body & core strength, as well as balance & agility! Classes will be held on Tuesday evenings 7:00pm-8:00pm Nov 7-December 19 Take the time Avant le Ski and enjoy your Apres Ski even more!!! 7 Week Program Cost- $120.00…
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