This Barre Studio Wants You to Pay for Class With a Donation to a DC Charity

Photograph courtesy Pure Barre.

‘Tis the season giving back and sharing the love. ‘Tis also the season for staying in shape—despite all the cookie exchanges, Friendsgiving parties, and omnipresence of pie. This week at Pure Barre, you’ll be able to do a little of both.

With their partnership with No Kid Hungry, Pure Barre is hosting two classes this week that are free with a donation. No Kid Hungry is a DC-based nonprofit which is working to end childhood hunger in America by providing kids with food and their parents with information on how to cook healthy meals.

On November 13, you can sign up for a 7:30 PM barre class at Pure Barre’s Capitol Hill location with a minimum $25 donation to No Kid Hungry. A second donation-based workout is scheduled for 10 AM on November 19 at Pure Barre’s Cathedral Commons location. The 50-minute classes rely on isometric movements that’ll both tone those muscles and make sure you feel the burn while you’re at it.

To sign up for one of the charitable giving classes, first head to No Kid Hungry’s donation site and donate at least $25. Next, head to Pure Barre’s online sign ups to nab a spot in a class.

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Caroline Cunningham joined Washingtonian in 2014 after moving to the DC area from Cincinnati, where she interned and freelanced for Cincinnati Magazine and worked in content marketing. She currently resides in College Park.