Barre Fly is a fitness studio unlike any other. Classes we offer include barre, pilates, barre booty lift, aerial yoga, lyra hoop, and our own signature classes (H)HIIT and BarreFly! Our classes are a complete body workout that are suitable for all ages and levels of fitness. You do not have to have any ballet training to take a barre class and it is not a dance class. Barre Fly takes the typical barre class up a level, literally. Our technique and sequencing ensures long lean muscles with no bulk.  

Barre Fly Classes have elements of classic barre, pilates, yoga, and anti-gravity core work. We focus on areas that are traditionally difficult for women to keep toned, hips, glutes, abs and arms. Our full body fitness classes works muscles to fatigue so you see fast results and feel stronger after just one class! 

We can talk about isometric movements and muscle confusion and how awesome you feel after completing a class but we really want you to come experience it for yourself- We hope to see you soon!




Q: What should I bring with me to class?

A: Please bring your own fitness mat with you to every class and a water to stay hydrated. Everything else will be provided for you. 

Q:I have never taken dance, is it okay that I come?

A: Yes! We use a ballet barre, and some familiar ballet positions but there is no need to have any type of dance background. Our classes are workout classes, not dance classes.


Q: I feel intimidated to just jump in to a regular class- where should beginners start?

A: Beginners should start at our Barre Fly Breakdown Class or Beginner Aerial Yoga Class to learn all of the basics and how to modify positions. All levels are welcome in every class and our teacher will give you options to take it down a notch or up a notch. We also offer beginners series which provide you with a very solid base to feel confident as you begins taking classes.


Q: When will Cleveland's downtown studio open?

A: We are officially open! Come downtown and enjoy!


Q: Are shoes required?

A: No- we do not allow any shoes in the studio. We highly recommend you wear grippy socks (most people prefer this), or you can wear soft sole dance shoes or go bare foot!




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