Welcome To The Dailey Method Paris
The Dailey Method® is San Francisco’s original barre class and, since 2006, can be found exclusively in Europe at The Dailey Method Paris Studio in the 16th making it the Premier Barre Class in Paris!
It is a unique combination of ballet barre work, core conditioning, muscle strengthening, yoga, and orthopedic exercises.
Our challenging one-hour barre class effectively strengthens, tones and lengthens the entire body. All movement is controlled and very focused, effective, and safe. Proper alignment is our primary focus. Then each set of exercises is followed by a series of active stretches to develop more sculpted and supple muscles.
The entire body and mind is constantly working throughout class. Through this process, combined with our hands-on training, ones body, posture, and physical awareness will be transformed.
Founded in 2000, The Dailey Method® has been changing minds and bodies for 16 years with 60+ studios open across the US, Canada, Mexico and Paris, France.
Dailey Interval is our 45-minute cardio interval class that is a great compliment to our traditional Dailey Method classes.
Based on the same foundation and alignment principles as Dailey Barre, Dailey Interval provides amazing heart strengthening benefits by combining periods of high and low intensity movements.
Your heart rate will be elevated and then brought down multiple times within each class for optimal caloric burn.
Teen Dailey is our same signature barre class but for teens to take together with their friends in a friendly environment with upbeat music - classes taught in English!
Students will gain body awareness and proper alignment tools that will follow them the rest of their lives.
Dailey Method Master Class at The Grand Palais!
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Women Who Mean Business
« Kelly Dailey is one woman who has succeeded. She opened her fitness studio in March 2006 and teaches The Dailey Method at her tranquil premises in Paris’s chic 16th arrondissement…. « If I’de known how hard it was going to be I don’t know if I would have done it » says Kelly, » you can do things in France. The favorite motto here is – ce n’est pas possible – but it is, it’s just harder than elsewhere.
The French Paper, May, 2009