Revolutionary Resistance Is Shaping LM

11/17/2015
Revolutionary Resistance Is Shaping LM

By Samantha Orszulak

Tired of your gym? Sick of your bike? Bored from running on the street?

The answer to all your work-out woes may be ChaiseFitness. Located at 180 Maiden Lane on the 3rd Floor, ChaiseFitness specializes in the “reinvention method” — a muscle-toning combination of Pilates, ballet and aerobics. The classes were created by ChaiseFitness founders and mother-daughter team Lauren and Rachel Piskin. Their rigorous routine can help improve your flexibility, posture, balance and appearance — all at once!

And if this all sounds a little intimidating, don’t worry — new clients can take a beginner’s course to help them get started. Membership packages and deals are also available.

Let the reinvention begin!

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