2/F Power Plant Mall, Amorsolo Drive, Rockwell Center, Makati, Metro Manila

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Fitness Center
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 9:00p


  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

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Most Recent Reviews

Jen C.
3.0 Stars

I practiced barre3 for about a year. It was generally a fun but expensive experience.128540

1. It's inside a mall. You can have a good post-workout meal everytime.
2. I used to catch the last class daily--which is around 8-830pm. It's good for office workers who need a destressor before going home.
3. It really toned my body. My friends noticed it after 1-2 weeks. I guess the various movements incorporated in barre3 worked for me.

1. It's really expensive at 5400 a month (unlimited). Because of my job, the package was not that sulit for me.
2. The teachers are usually late.
3. The receptionist is not that knowledgeable about barre3 (what a newbie needs, what it is about, etc).

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Marie H.
4.0 Stars

Barre3 is a combination of ballet (hence, the term barre), yoga, and pilates. Mostly females attend, but I've seen a few brave men (possibly hubbies or boyfies of the female members) who attend a session or two. I guess it can be daunting for them.

I've been doing this on and off for 3 1/2 years now and attend sessions either at the Fort or Rockwell studios. Their Rockwell studio is smaller than the one at the Fort, but they have evening classes here that start much later. I'm sometimes able to catch the last class on weeknights, but nowadays the thought of braving the steadily worsening traffic is just too daunting. But once I make it here, I find it very convenient since it's inside the mall and I can run a number of errands (like buy grocery at the newly renovated Rustan's) before or after class. The mats are cleaned before and after every class and I confess I love the scent especially when I'm doing the child's pose.

The open-level class basically has the following routine:

Set-up for primary posture
Barre stretch
Leg work
Arm work
Core blast
Seat work (around this time I usually find myself looking at the clock wondering how much longer I have to hold out)
Core work (at this point I'm physically a wreck, with just my mind pushing my body to do that last lift or series or whatever)
Cool down (when I begin to resemble a human being again)

Class may vary a little depending on the instructor. Some focus more on yoga, others more on ballet. The session is conducted to music, not the zen type with the sound of wind chimes and birds chirping. Music tends to be a mix of various contemporary pop songs. Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines appears to be a current favorite. I find all the instructors very helpful and encouraging (and pretty too), although I do have my favorites because their workout/pacing suits me better. Barre3 was a great exercise regimen for me and has tremendously helped ease my back pains.

Sadly, last week also marked my last barre3 session. I had a complaint with management concerning my membership which was handled poorly. Still, I encourage you to try barre3 for at least 1 month so that you can effectively gauge if it's a workout suited for you.

Anyway, I've decided that it's time to part ways with barre3 after 3 1/2 years and try something new. Anyone know any good yoga (for beginners lang) or adult ballet classes in the Makati area?

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