Event: Annual Get Fit Day 2016

Ballet Austin's

Ballet Austin’s annual day of FREE fitness is happening on Sunday, January 10, 2016! Make plans to attend Get Fit 2016 and kick off the new year celebrating health and wellbeing. The free day of fitness offers samplings of conditioning and fitness classes, Pilates, and more.

Sample classes during Get Fit include:

Arms & Abs | Ballet Fit | Barre Yoga Fit | Better Balance & Movement | Body Burn | Bollywood Fitness | Cardio Hip Hop | Cardio Dance | Foam Roller Stretch & Workout | Pilates Cardio | Pilates Ballet Barre Booty Workout | Pilates Mat | PILOXING! | Stretch & Resistance Band |Yoga 101 | Upside Down Workout | Zumba®

The day will also include healthy food samples, BeWell Talks, fitness demos, and free health screenings from Seton Women, Select Physical Therapy, Snap Kitchen, KIND, and more! Learn more about specific classes and downloadable a printable schedule before you arrive.

Don’t miss out on the prizes including:

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  • One Month Unlimited Dance & Fitness Classes
  • One Pilates New Client Package
  • Enrollment into One Pilates/Fitness Workshop
  • Tickets to a Ballet Austin Performance
  • Free Single Classes
  • Workout Equipment

When: Sunday, January 10, 2016
Time: 1-5 p.m.
Where: Ballet Austin’s Butler Education Center,  501 W. 3rd Street, Austin
Parking: Limited free parking is available on-site on a first come first-served basis. There will be free parking at the State Garage N directly across the street and north of Ballet Austin. Enter the garage from San Antonio St. between 3rd and 4th streets. Additional parking is available in the Silicon Labs Parking Garage located at 400 W. Cesar Chavez for only $3 per visit with a pre-paid pass. The parking passes for the Silicon Labs Garage are available for sale in our main lobby during normal business hours.

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