Get Your Heart Pumping With CORE’s New Classes

Help raise funds for frontliners on Saturday just by signing up for a fitness class.

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Fifteen years since its opening, CORE.Cycle.Fitness.Lagree. has been keeping fitness fanatics fit and active with a wide array of boutique classes. CORE’s first location opened on April 1 in 2006, where it remained until 2015 when it opened a new chapter of CORE at East Avenue in Pawtucket, then more recently moved onto 229 Waterman St. in Providence. A few new faces, classes and deals grace the studio this spring to celebrate fifteen years in business. On Saturday, March 27 the studio is also hosting a Day of Giving. Proceeds from all classes will go to Rhode Island Hospital in support of its team of doctors, nurses and all health care providers who have worked tirelessly in the last year. Sign up to try Lagree, cycle or try CORE Body Barre.

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A Lagree class at CORE.

You can sign up anytime and join one of the in-studio classes or follow along with a pre-recorded class on the CORE@HOME platform, a virtual library of classes that launched last March in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. This spring, the studio is also bringing pilates back. The new pilates instructor will also be teaching a fun, lively Cardio Dance + Sculpt class. In addition to the new classes, CORE has also fashioned a new membership package for young professionals. Called “The Green Circle,” this membership features a $25 base membership fee and reduced class rates. Sign up for any of the classes at CORE, or follow along at home, and leave high on endorphins. To see a full schedule of classes and for more information, visit corefitprov.com.

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