By PEOPLE MAGAZINE
By PEOPLE MAGAZINE
"Fancy a touch of royalty with your demi-pliés? Look no further than the Chelsea branch of barrecore in London, where both Princess Beatrice and Pippa Middleton are regulars." - People
Look no further than the Chelsea branch of barrecore in London, where both Princess Beatrice and Pippa Middleton are regulars.
“Beatrice has been one of our longest clients that we’ve had,” founder Niki Rein tells PEOPLE. “She’s been coming since we opened the first studio in Chelsea [in 2011]. She’s great.”
Meanwhile, ultra-sporty royal sibling Middleton is a recent convert to the 60-minute signature class (at $42 per class), which uses high-energy, low-impact movements inspired by ballet, pilates and yoga and incorporating a barre. (Think pulsing squats on tippy toes that seem to go forever.)
“It’s extremely effective at creating really stronger dancer-like bodies,” says Rein, adding: “It elongates the muscles, strengthens the core, lifts the pelvic floor and you get that runner’s high at the end of the class – a real buzz of energy so you make better choices for the rest of the day.”
The Seattle-born Rein previously worked with celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson in the U.S (where she trained Gwyneth Paltrow and other A-listers) before moving to London in 2009.
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Creating your own personalised playlists on Barrecore is easy - to start, simply find a video you like, then click the button that looks like this:
You can name your playlist, add as many videos as you'd like to it, and remove/reorder the videos in your playlist to suit your training needs.
To remove a video from a playlist, simply click the 'x' on the video in the playlist view that you no longer want to watch, and confirm to remove.
To re-order it, just click the left '<' and right '>' arrows of the video in the playlist, to swap it with the video next to it.
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