NEW! Studio B East by Bandier
Saturdays, July 22 & 29 and August 19 & 26 | Instructed Amanda Kloots | $35 per class
Studio B is a modern fitness studio where fashion, fitness, and music go to play. Located above the flagship BANDIER location in Flatiron, Manhattan, this popular exercise studio will pop-up in the theater at SAC for 4 Saturdays this summer with classes taught by celebrity instructor Amanda Kloots, who will help you look and feel your best all summer long!
Each week after the classes there will be a reception at BANDIER Southampton, 44 Main Street, with breakfast and fun experiences, such a mini facials with OGEE, legging customization with ALALA, and more!
Burn some serious pre-brunch calories at this high energy, dance party! Nonstop dancing to Amanda’s original and always changing dance routines promises to have your heart pounding and muscles burning. You’ll dance with a huge grin on your face and have more fun than you thought you could have working out!
About Amanda Kloots:
An Ohio native, Amanda has played many roles since moving to New York: Broadway dancer, Radio City Rockette, head trainer at Body by Simone, and dessert blogger! Amanda’s classes are a mix of dance and cross training with special attention on form and details to create a unique, fun workout that will have you drenched in sweat in minutes! Her creativity is unmatched, her energy is contagious, and her positivity everlasting. No matter your experience or skill level, you’ll be captivated by Amanda’s radiant persona and empowering attitude.
Join us at 10AM for “The Body”: A fun mashup of dancing, jumping, and toning to keep your body fit for summer!
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