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Boutique fitness brand Barrecore will be opening its seventh London studio in Moorgate next month.

The 800sq m (8,611sq ft) facility is nearby Moorgate Station and the Crossrail Station, which is due to be completed in 2018.

Sharing space with Digme Fitness, an indoor cycling concept, Barrecore will be offering two studios, a retail area and a juice bar.

The timetable will be initially offering a choice of five classes, including the 45-minute Signature Express, targeted at workers.

Barrecore, which is a ballet, pilates and yoga workout, uses body weight as resistance to work the entire body, creating longer, toned muscles, reducing body fat and strengthening the muscles.

Peter Woods, Barrecore chief executive officer, said: “We are thrilled to announce that we will be opening our new Moorgate studio on 10 April. Busy Londoners are an important audience for us and we are delighted that we will be able to offer our Barrecore classes conveniently in the heart of the City of London.”

The new studio will be the 11th in the country. As well as London, Barrecore has sites in Alderley Edge, Bristol, Harrogate, Leeds.

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