Tuesdays @ 8:00 pm
Inspired by ballet and other classic dance genres, this barre fitness class will help target muscles through high reps of small range movements, full body stretches and basic dance technique.
What to expect:
After a full body warm up, the class will start with some toning reps before moving to the barre. At the barre we will raise the heart rate and target muscles with repetitive movements inspired by the positions and exercises of ballet. Each class will end with a cool down of stretches to help your body ease back down while also improving your flexibility.
No experience required, the first few classes will ease you in with the intensity gradually increasing each week.
What to wear:
Any comfortable work out clothes, leggings, tank tops, t-shirts etc. Barre feet/socks recommended, no sneakers/shoes.
Special Introductory Barre Fitness Package –
Purchase our Special 8 Week Rockin’ Body BARRE for just $99.00 + HST
Are you looking to participate in more than just our Barre Fitness class? Maybe the Thursday night Bootcamp peaks your interest – or our Wednesday evening yoga – or a weekend with Strength class works for you. Than our flexible class package is what you need!
The passes are good for any class we offer – that includes Mom & Baby! So for those of you that can’t always get out with baby – this is a great chance to use your passes in the evening after little one is tucked in their beds.
For the most up to date schedule, please see the MindBody calendar below or download the MindBody mobile app and search for Fitness by the Lake
The GTA's ONLY fitness and yoga studio dedicated to expecting moms, new moms and families.
A baby, toddler and kid safe environment.
329 Lakeshore Road East
Mississauga, Port Credit, Ontario
Our Studio hours are based on our Class Schedule and varies in Winter, Fall, Spring & Summer.
Mom & Baby Classes run daily between 9:30 am -12:30 pm
Prenatal Classes run evening & weekends
Group (adult) Classes run evening & weekends
Personal Training Apts:
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