Barefoot Cardio and Strength with Allison Kimmel
lululemon Hub[masked]th ave, New York City
Monday’s 6:05pm; Saturday’s 10:15am
class is 45 min
This barefoot cardio and strength class infuses yoga, Pilates and barre for an intense full body workout. This is an open level class that is suitable for beginners yet promises to challenge all levels.
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Allison is a former professional dancer and has been teaching and training for over ten years. With expertise in multiple modalities including body weight and strength straining, boot camp, barre and yoga, Allison is able to teach a multifaceted fitness class for all levels. Her years of personal training has given her experience with all types of clients and is able to accommodate and safely train clients with injuries, special goals and those who are pregnant. Because of her love for fitness, Allison creates a fun and challenging environment that even those who “hate working out” will enjoy.
Allison spent two years in New York and on the European tour of Melodrama where she worked as the private trainer for Grammy award winning singer, Lorde.
In addition to her roster of private clients in Manhattan and Brooklyn, she also trains in the corporate offices of venmo, pinterist, Spotify, Uber, fresh direct and Calvin Klein.
NCSF certified personal trainer
Certified yoga instructor (Laughing Lotus)
Pre and Postnatal specialist
Former Group fitness instructor for Equinox (3 years)
Former personal trainer for Equinox (5 years)
Current instructor for Exubrancy
Bootcamp, circuit training, weight lifting, sculpting, Pilates, barre method, fitness for seniors, yoga and dance based training
Pre post natal, pain therapy, postural assessment and correction of imbalances, sports specific training
Bachelor of fine arts in Dance:
Marymount Manhattan College
2010 Cum Laude
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