Archive for February, 2011

Barre3 featured in Marie Claire magazine

February 25, 2011

Barre3 is featured in the March issue of Marie Claire magazine. Here’s the video version you can do right now! Once you get the hang of it, pick up the pace and duration. You will be surprised at how challenging and effective it is!


Sadie Lincoln of barre3 is coming to New York to workout with Well+Good readers | Well+Good NYC

February 24, 2011

Sadie Lincoln of barre3 is coming to visit Well+Good readers

barre3 founder Sadie Lincoln

Workout With Us — and barre3 founder Sadie Lincoln

Breaking news!

Well+Good readers are invited to a closed Lululemon store for an exclusive workout with celebrated (and celebrity) fitness innovator, Sadie Lincoln, the creator of barre3.

Lincoln, whose flagship studio is based in Portland, Oregon, will be in New York City for a quick East Coast jaunt, and she’s set aside time in her packed schedule to train 35 lucky Well+Good readers.

Be sure to circle Sunday, March 13 in your fitness datebook: The class will take place at the Lululemon store in Lincoln Square (1928 Broadway, at 64th Street), at 9:00 a.m. And it’s free for Well+Good subscribers.

Check back on Monday morning when we open the reservation line to attend this very special Workout With Us event!

For more information about Sadie Lincoln and barre3, visit

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Sadie Lincoln will also be presenting at the ECA/OBOW NYC Fitness show in NYC on March 10 -13th at the Marriott Marquis hotel. you can go to for information

Fitness Magazine ranks barre3 DVD – Top 10 Best Workout DVD

February 12, 2011

“Why we love it.  The combo of ballet barre work, yoga and Pilates uses ‘slow and controlled movements’ to make your muscles feel it during and after, our sore testers say.  Switch between lower-body focused exercises, like lunges on toes, and upper-body exercises, like mini pulses that make your triceps burn.  Then finish on the floor with more butt and thigh toners.  The instruction, by Sadie Lincoln – her client Madonna is a fan – helps this DVD feel like a private lesson.  Just when you’re thinking ‘Am I doing this right?’ she’ll give you spot-on pointers.”