MOUNT KISCO -- Heather Queiroz of Mount Kisco is helping local residents keep their New Year's resolutions to get in shape by debuting her new business, NextBarre, along with the help of co-owner and NextBarre founder Diana Pecci.
This revolutionary barre class merges simple exercises with challenging movements for the most effective core conditioning. Incorporating aspects of yoga, Pilates and ballet, this class is challenging and safe. In addition to the core NextBarre class, the Mount Kisco studio offers a NextBarreBasics class, which is ideal for beginners.
Queiroz was inspired to bring NextBarre to the area after taking classes in California and experiencing changes in her body that she had not found with any other workout.
“Having tried just about every type of workout program available – including other barre classes – NextBarre was the first one where I experienced meaningful changes to my body. In a relatively short period of time, my muscles became leaner and my body was stronger with the kind of definition and sculpting I had been seeking for years,” notes Queiroz, who is also a Master Instructor.
“I knew that if I was seeing those kinds of changes, other women could also benefit and became committed to working with Diana to expand the business.”
NextBarre was created in California by Pecci and has gained momentum as one of the most effective fitness routines available.
As a resident and a local business owner, Queiroz is committed to using NextBarre as a platform to develop a special community of women supporting each other as well as the community as a whole.
A grand opening celebration will be held on Saturday, Feb. 7, which will be attended by Pecci.
NextBarre Mount Kisco is located at 293 Lexington Ave. (between Elm and Moore avenues) in Mount Kisco.
For more information and a full class schedule, visit http://nextbarre.com/locations.
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