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Sara Sybert

Sara Sybert
Editor & Director of Strategic Communications - Sara is a graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, with a bachelor's degree in English literature. When she's not working she enjoys spending time with her husband and two children. To contact Sara, send her an email at

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See how one Oakley-based salon is all about bringing you peace, tranquility and safety as soon as you walk through their doors.

Jasmine Hicks finds inspiration in the words “peace” and “tranquility” so when she decided to venture out on her own and open a salon, she made sure to incorporate those two words into the structure and mission of her business. 

“I took the time to study not just what a peaceful salon has and is, but to study more of what the human body needs to bring peace to the mind, body, and spirit, which has a huge affect on our hair, skin, and nails,” explains Hicks.

At her salon, Blown Hair Studio, you’ll find a holistic, eco-friendly, motivating, and family-oriented hair and nail salon that taps into the body’s five senses while servicing guests of all ethnic backgrounds and all ages.

At Blown Hair Studio, there are a plethora of services offered to all textures of hair including color, blow-outs, haircuts, and different treatments such as Aloe Vera Steam Treatment. Additionally, Blown Hair Studio offers nail services.

Hicks says that what makes Blown Hair Studio unique is its passion for tapping into the body’s senses from the moment you walk through the door. “From the relaxing aroma that you smell to the wall of affirmations to the greenery that you see,” she says. “Blown Hair Studio leaves customers feeling rejuvenated, refreshed, relaxed, and beautiful all in one visit.” 

Blown Hair Studio is located in the heart of Oakley at 3300 Brotherton Road in Cincinnati. 

Hicks says that Blown Hair Studio will be offering “COVID-safe” events in its attached patio area. “We’ll offer networking, young women and women empowerment events, and family-oriented small events,” she says. “Blown Hair Studio looks forward to entrepreneurship empowerment events as well as visits to foster homes to offer services to help build the self-esteem in young men and women.”

You can keep up with Blown Hair Studio on Facebook and Instagram.

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Using the homeschool option this year? A local nonprofit organization is offering a way to help keep kids clean, safe, and supported this school year.

Cincy Chic: What is the Remote Learning Center of Anderson?
Mary Beth Knight, RCL Administrator: It is exactly what it sounds like, the answer to so many working parents’ dilemma; How are we going to manage remote learning for our children while working from home, or from the office? The RLC of Anderson is a clean, safe, supportive environment in which children from 1st-8th grade can participate in their school  or districts’ online learning program with academic assistance from certified teachers and safe (socially distant) interaction with a limited number of students.

Cincy Chic: What’s the inspiration behind it? 
Knight: We are parents and teachers, and we struggled with trying to juggle helping our children with their  online learning while  we were working/teaching from home. We just couldn’t shake the feeling that there had to be a better way. It was devastating to watch our own children cooped up in their rooms, with no interaction, and, at times,  asking them to wait for us to finish our lesson or zoom before we could assist them with their work.   Needless to say it was a less than ideal situation for children and their parents. 

We know that many parents,  including ourselves, need a plan. There  are just too many “what ifs” and while we understand the need for flexibility in an ever changing scenario due to  Covid 19, we know that families need the peace of mind that having a solidified, safe plan can bring. 

Cincy Chic: Who’s behind it? 
Knight: The RLC of Anderson will be managed by MyWhy, a 501 c 3 who’s mission is to provide healthy food and athletic/movement based activities to grade school children in Cincinnati living in poverty.  The RLC of Anderson hopes to offer a number of “scholarships” for area families in need, and we will base that on the number of paying students that we serve. 

Cincy Chic: How can parents utilize the Remote Learning Center of Anderson if they’ve chosen to homeschool their kids this year?
Knight: We offer a 2 day, 3 day or 5 day a week option, and parents can choose to drop off at 8, or 9 am and pick up at 3pm or 4pm. 

We offer flexible scheduling, as we know some districts schedules will be rotating between 2, and 3 days per week.

We have space for up to 40 children, but will most likely limit our numbers to 30 in case districts switch to an all remote plan so that we can then serve our students all five days.

Cincy Chic: What makes the Remote Learning Center unique? 
Knight: With such a small number of students we will have a 1 teacher to 10 student ratio. We will disinfect the facility daily, and the bathrooms after each use, offering our families the peace of mind they are looking for.

The center will also offer indoor and outdoor PE, fitness, yoga and art, as well as active brain breaks between subjects in small groups of 4-6 students, all 6 feet apart. 

Students will be able to enjoy time with their peers, instead of being secluded at home while learning.  Parents are welcome to come and enjoy lunch with their children, or even take them out to lunch then return the student to finish the days’ academic work.

Cincy Chic: Is there anything new on the horizon? 
Knight: If need be we will open a second location in Anderson to accomodate another 30 students.

Cincy Chic: Where is the Remote Learning Center located? 
Knight: The Patriot Center – Clough Pike, Cincinnati Oh 45244

Cincy Chic: Where can readers go to learn more and follow along?
Knight: Readers can learn more at the Remote Learning Center of Anderson’s Facebook page. To contact us or find out more, please send an email to, we will set up a time to call potential students’ families. Registration will close August 20, 2020!

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Check out a recap of the small and local businesses we've featured this week on our new sister page Spend With Cincinnati.

Cincy Chic recently launched a new sister account called Spend With Cincinnati. The goal of Spend With Cincinnati is to share how the public can still support small and local businesses during the COVID-19 outbreak. Below is a recap of what we’ve featured this week:

Anna’s Gourmet Popcorn: Calling all my popcorn lovers! @annasgourmetpopcorn is a must have if you’re anything like me and are obsessed with popcorn! They create gourmet popcorn with a twist! Try out their fun flavors like strawberry vanilla, birthday cake, cheddar, and so many more!
🍿 They are currently offering curbside pickup and online delivery! Click the link in their bio to head over to their website and get your order started!🍿

The Bloom Hive Pressed Florals: Check out how beautiful these creations from @thebloomhive are😍! They are passionate about showcasing the beauty of presses flowers and plants through their homemade glass and copper hangers! All pieces are made with unique real plants and flowers to bring some beautiful color to your home! Click the link in their bio to check out all their amazing products on their website and get your order started today!

Mainstream Boutique Cincinnati: Quarantine has definitely made it hard to not become a huge homebody lately! Vamp up your wardrobe this week with @mainstreamboutiquecincinnati !! They are on a mission to “empower, strengthen, and celebrate women through fashion!” Check out their page to see all their amazing clothes and more!

1215 Wine Bar & Coffee Lab: Looking for some #winewednesday plans? Check out @1215winecoffee 🤩 They are open for carry out and delivery to bring your wine night right to your home! PLUS: make sure to grab a coffee while picking up your wine! Open: Tuesday-Saturday 9am-3pm Order online, call ahead, to walk up to their front door!

Daisy Jane’s Flower Truck: Flowers on wheels? Doesn’t get much better than that! Since 2018, @daisyjanesflowertruck has been cruising around bringing Cincinnati beautiful flowers! TODAY: they are at @fernshopcincinnati so make sure to stop buy and check them out! Bring home a beautiful bouquet made just for you! PLUS: know of anyone looking for a fun way to celebrate a wedding or other big event? Click the link in their bio to book their truck!

Cincy Steak and Lemonade: A nice refreshing lemonade is always the best way to end a summer day🤩 @cincysteakandlemonade is open from 10-10 everyday serving up their delicious lemonades and food creations for you! Try out one of their Philly cheesesteaks paired perfectly with a blue raspberry lemonade!

HomeMakers Bar: Happy Friday! Looking for a fun way to celebrate your last #happyhour of July? @homemakersbar is here for you! Enjoy their delicious food and cocktails at home with their online ordering or stop by and sip with friends and family! PLUS: looking for something fun to do? Check out their private cocktail classes! Learn how to make your favorite cocktail made to perfection! Head over to their website for more details and how to sign up!

Agricola Creative: Quarantine and 2020 in general have definitely been a time of taking life “one day at a time!” @agricolacreative creates beautiful lettering just like this one for you and your home! Click the link in their bio to see all of her amazing creations and get your order started today! PLUS: looking for something custom? DM or email for all your custom needs!

Streetside Brewery: Saturday morning coffee anyone? @streetsidebreweryCarmel cream coffee and vanilla blonde ale is back! Check out their page to see all their amazing beers and more! Order online for curbside pickup and enjoy a nice Saturday night drink from the comfort of your home!

Drunken Popcorn: Alcohol and popcorn? Two of my favorite things! @cincy_drunkenpopcorn creates the perfect popcorn with a fun twist…alcohol! Try out their blueberry dancer made with vodka! Not a vodka fan? Try their brown sugar baby made with Cognac! There’s so many flavors and alcohols to choose from! Head over to their page to see all they have to offer and send a DM to purchase this yummy creation today!

Cedar Scratch Kitchen: Looking for a nice Sunday morning brunch? @cedarmainstrasse is here for you! Sip on a yummy mimosa, Bloody Mary, and other specialty drinks while enjoying their delicious food!

Tuesday-Thursday: 8:30-2
Friday: 8:30-3
Saturday-Sunday: 9-3

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Click here for a recap of what was featured on our home design website Cincy Home Chic Home!

Here’s a recap of what we featured on our home design website, Cincy Home Chic Home:

A Modern Twist

Walworth Junction: Site of Homearama 2020!

Word Art

Contrasting Elements

Real Estate is an Essential Business During Covid-19. Learn How It is Safely Continuing

The Layers of Design

How Do Interest Rates Impact Buyers

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    With spending more time at home than ever before, you may be itching for a change. We chat with Montgomery-based Build Collective about the local housing market, and how not even a pandemic has slowed this one-stop-shop for buying, selling, and building.

    When it comes to real estate in the Greater Cincinnati area, whether you want to build or buy, Build Collective wants to be the team you turn to. 

    “Build Collective is a one-stop-shop real estate team,” explains Build Collective’s Marketing Manager Becky Mannix. “We are a full-service firm that assists buyers, sellers, and custom building clients with every step of the process.”

    At Build Collective, clients find a range of services that include listing sales, home buying, land and lot acquisition, market evaluation, architecture design consulting, builder selection, and everything in between. 

    The goal at Build Collective is to make the process of buying, building, or selling a home a lot easier than what you would find somewhere else. As one of the top sales groups in the Tri-State area, Build Collective and its team led by Mike and Bill Hines prides itself on the quality of services they provide. 

    The history of Build Collective dates back to 2011 when Mike and Bill Hines, former land developers, wanted to create a business that was designed to assist buyers build a custom home and acquire the best lots in town.

    “Our specialized construction and development experience, not to mention our more than 30 years of relationships with virtually every builder in Cincinnati, has uniquely qualified us to best help buyers build their dream home,” says Mannix. 

    In the midst of COVID-19, real estate has been deemed an essential business. Therefore, Build Collective has continued to work with clients on buying, building, and selling needs. 

    “Listings are still out there, so we’re available to help you buy or sell if you need to,” says Mannix. “We’re going to make sure we take care of you.”

    As they work with clients during these unprecedented times, the Build Collective team ensures that they are following all local, state, and federal guidelines. This includes limiting the number of open houses so that there is less traffic and movement in homes that people are still occupying and to reduce the number of people visiting homes that are newly constructed. Additionally, Build Collective has used their camera, Facebook Live videos, and even done walk-throughs on phones with clients so that they can have better visuals on the homes they’re interested in buying since they can go inside. 

    Of course, all situations are handled on a case-by-case basis, since no two situations are the same. “All decisions are made to help protect clients and the company, so if you have a question, please reach out to us so that we can make a decision and take the best plan of action,” says Mannix.

    Build Collective is located in the heart of Montgomery, and prides itself on their location to serve clients in top markets and areas that revolve around the I-71 corridor. 

    To learn more about Build Collective, visit You can also follow along on Facebook and Instagram. Additionally, Build Collective is also heavily involved with Cincy Home Chic Home.

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    This team of mortgage gurus make the home buying process easier, more affordable, and offer newly expanded services from their new digs in Hyde Park and Fort Mitchell.

    With the world’s first digital mortgage, Guaranteed Rate is dedicated to helping aspiring homeowners get a low rate on the best mortgage, as efficiently as possible.

    “Purchasing a home is a big deal,” says Tammy Peko, Operations Assistant at Guaranteed Rate’s Cincinnati branch. “That’s why we built a mortgage company that places you and your needs at the center of everything we do.”

    The team at Guaranteed Rate uses cutting-edge technology to simplify the mortgage process. The new technology that is unique to Guaranteed Rate allows clients to choose what type of loan they want, receive free credit scores, securely upload and digitally sign their loan and finally, receive approval — all online. 

    Peko says Guaranteed Rate was created by real estate and mortgage professionals who are dedicated to putting the customer first in every aspect of the process. “This meant that they had to simplify the process and bring the lowest rates, the highest level of transparency, and even higher level of service to homebuyers and those looking to refinance,” she adds. 

    What makes Guaranteed Rate unique, Peko says, is the fact that Erdmann is able to work with more than 20 different lenders to find his clients the most aggressive rates. “We have unique options for financing including but not limited to renovation loans, new construction loans, home addition loans, and first-time home buyer grants,” she explains. 

    Thanks to all-time record low interest rates on mortgages, business at Guaranteed Rate is up 250 percent this year. “We have hired 10 new employees in just the last month to keep up with the great customer service experience we provide our clients,” says Peko.

    The team at Guaranteed Rate is finding clients more than just mortgages, they also offer refinancing along with construction, VA, and USDA loans, in addition to debt consolidation. 

    Peko says that Erdmann’s offices strive to be a one-stop-shop from loan intake to processing all the way to closing within their two locations. “We also have two of the nations top 100 loan officers in the country working from our Hyde Park location: Ron Erdmann Jr. and Drew Stacey,” she adds. 

     Peko says that Guaranteed Rate will soon be expanding into the northern region of Southern Ohio including Dayton, Mason, and Springboro. 

    Guaranteed Rate recently opened new offices in Hyde Park and Fort Mitchell. The Hyde Park office is located at 2101 Grandin Road, Suite B, while the Fort Mitchell office for the Northern Kentucky area is located at 2131 Chamber Center Drive in Lakeside Park, Kentucky. 

    To learn more, about Guaranteed Rate, visit their website here. You can also follow along with housing news and Guaranteed Rate updates on Facebook and Instagram

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    Changing times call for evolved ways of working with clients on home design. Click here to read more about how a design firm is reflecting clients’ styles through virtual meetings.

    Amy Holt spent years working as a kitchen and bath designer, but she also had a burning desire to pursue interior design. After getting her name out in the industry, winning awards in local home shows, and building a brand of her own, she launched Designs on Madison, an award-winning interior design firm based in Cincinnati.

    “Designs on Madison is home to nine talented designers with a kaleidoscope of styles and years of experience, and provides residential and commercial interior design including kitchen and bath design,” says Office Manager Lauren Olthaus. 

    Olthaus says that Holt opened Designs on Madison to continue to offer clients a design process that is both effortless and enjoyable.

    “With a variety of designers, our clients can be placed with someone who reflects their style,” she says. 

    Trends are constantly evolving in the housing industry, and Olthaus says that Designs on Madison has seen a big increase in wallpaper, whether it’s a statement pattern and a color for a powder room or a more muted and textured look for a dining room. 

    “There are so many options to choose from and it really gives a room a nice finishing touch,” she says. “As for paint colors, various shades of gray were popular for a while. We are seeing a switch to lighter shades of gray and more use of whites. Another fun trend is using black paint for accents like on a ceiling, accent wall, or door for a dramatic effect.”

    And since the world is much different than it was just four months ago, Designs on Madison has evolved in its design work since the COVID-19 pandemic. 

    Clients are still interested in updating their homes, but with these uncertain times, clients are gravitating toward doing a refresh of rooms rather than completely redoing them.

    “This can be a new piece of furniture or updated accessories and art; or even adding wallpaper,” says Olthaus. “Also, we’re getting more calls for remodeling current homes now that people are staying in more and not wanting to move.” 

    Social distancing is also applying to housing professionals, as Olthaus says the design team at Designs on Madison is utilizing virtual meetings more than ever before to meet the needs of their clients. 

    Work may be different, but it hasn’t slowed at Designs on Madison. Currently, they are working with Sterling Homes on two houses for this year’s Homearama at Walworth Junction in the City of Cincinnati. “The homes in this year’s show are geared toward luxury city living and have views of the Ohio River versus the traditional large neighborhoods in the northern parts of Cincinnati,” adds Olthaus. 

    You can learn more about Designs on Madison at There you can see photo galleries and projects. Designs on Madison also has weekly posts on Facebook and Instagram showcasing current projects and offering design tips.

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    Thinking of putting your home on the market? This locally based business wants to be a one-stop-shop to help prepare your home to sell.

    Cincy Chic: What is HOMEstretch?
    Derek Shewmon, Co-Founder of HOMEstretch: HOMEstretch is a “one-stop” service that helps families prepare their homes for sale. We specialize in home clearouts, interior and exterior painting, landscape clean-up, and deep cleaning. Our goal is to make the home preparation process as simple and streamlined as possible by providing one point of contact and an exceptional and trusted service offering.

    Cincy Chic: What’s the inspiration behind it?
    Shewmon: My business partner, Nick, and I worked together at Everything But The House. We were inspired by EBTH’s mission of helping homeowners deal with difficult situations such as the death of a loved one or downsizing of a home. Additionally, we witnessed how stressful the process of moving can be on families. EBTH does a great job helping families monetize valuable items on its marketplace, but Nick and I noticed that homeowners had bigger needs with the necessary “home prep” services such as removing unneeded items, painting, and cleaning. We felt that the home service industry was very fragmented and had a bad reputation in terms of customer service, communication, and punctuality. We created HOMEstretch to fill that need of a “one-stop”, premium service that could help any homeowner going through a life transition.

    Cincy Chic: Who’s behind it?
    Shewmon: Nick Lobert and Derek Shewmon are the founders. Nick’s family has been in real estate for decades, and he has a true love and knowledge for the space. Nick has a sales background and spent a portion of his career helping real estate and technology companies grow. Derek has an entrepreneurial background, having founded and sold a software company and is an adjunct professor at UC teaching entrepreneurship to undergraduate and graduate students.  Derek and Nick went to grade school together at Sycamore and rekindled their friendship when their careers crossed paths at EBTH.

    Cincy Chic: What services do you offer clients?
    Shewmon: Most essential cosmetic improvements on a home. We specialize in clearing-out unneeded items of a home for individuals who are downsizing or dealing with the loss of a loved one. In addition to home clear-outs, we offer interior and exterior painting, carpet installation, landscape clean-up, pressure washing, window cleaning, and deep cleaning.

    Cincy Chic: What makes HOMEstretch unique?
    Shewmon: Our value proposition is that we are a “one-stop” service to get a home ready to list. Instead of having to call, schedule, and deal with 4 or 5 vendors, you make one call to HOMEstretch. We pride ourselves on delivering exceptional customer service and communication to all of our clients. We understand that moving is  stressful, and it’s our goal to minimize the stress for our clients as much as possible.

    Cincy Chic: Is there anything new on the horizon?
    Shewmon: HOMEstretch has been in business for 1.5 years. Our focus has been on delivering a quality and consistent service experience to all of our customers.  Our next phase in the upcoming year is continuing to get our brand and service out to new homeowners and real estate partners in Cincinnati with the potential to expand into new cities.

    Cincy Chic: Where can readers go to learn more and follow along?
    Shewmon: Readers are more than welcome to visit our website or  see us on  Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and NextDoor. If you’d like to give us a call, you can reach us at 513-518-5919.

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      Let the stress melt away with a mini vaca like no other, just a short drive north to Granville, Ohio. See how two retired road warriors turned their knowledge of what makes an excellent excursion into one of the best bed and breakfasts in the world.

      Jeff and Bobbi Noe are the husband and wife team behind the Welsh Hills Inn, a place TripAdvisor and Select Registry says is one of the best bed and breakfast in the world. Yet, it’s just a short drive away to Granville, just outside of Columbus. 

      “There are over 5,600-square-feet of accommodation with wide plank, heart-of-pine floors, large guest rooms and suites, luxurious bedding, and spacious bathrooms,” says Bobbi. “antiques, oriental rugs, and an extensive collection of eclectic, original artwork adorn the Inn and guest rooms. Since opening the doors of The Inn in September 2010, we’ve been privileged to host guests from all 50 states and 27 countries around the globe.”

      The Noes say they were inspired to open the Welsh Hills Inn after they caught the “bug” of staying in small bed and breakfasts and inns while traveling throughout New England, more specifically Martha’s Vineyard and Maine. 

      “In the back of our minds we always thought ‘maybe someday,'” says Bobbi. “Well, when we were looking for a home in Granville back in 2007, an 18-month adventure to find just the right place, we were looking for a property where ‘someday’ we could open up a small inn. That someday came a little over three years later, in September 2010, when The Welsh Hills Inn opened its doors to our first guests.”

      The former road warriors had finally fulfilled their dream of opening an inn and haven’t looked back. They love having the opportunity to provide their guests with a relaxing getaway on a beautiful property. 

      According to Jeff, the best time to visit the Inn is from May through early fall, when guests can relax and enjoy the outdoor heated pool and courtyard garden. 

      “Our tagline is “Relaxation. Redefined.’ and that’s what we aim to offer — whatever your idea of relaxation is, we want to offer that to you in the absolute best way possible,” says Jeff. “Kick back in the Adirondacks and enjoy a roaring fire in the outdoor stone fireplace nestled next to the woods. Watch the sunrise in a rocking chair on our wrap-around porch. Explore the wooded hiking trails, stocked fishing pond, lighted clay bocce ball court, target range, and clay shooting. Have some quiet time reading in one of our shaded hammocks or take a dip in the pool.”

      They also offer on-site professional massage services with aromatherapy, tension relieving hot river stone therapy, Swedish relaxation, deep tissue massage, and reflexology in the Inn’s Trem Pell Studio Spa. There are several packages available through the Inn that include couples massages, a babymoon package, and even an intimate wedding package.

      There are many amenities available for guests at The Inn including spacious guest rooms, en suite bathrooms, a full gourmet breakfast, plenty of outdoor living options, and more.

      When asked what they enjoy the most about running Welsh Hills Inn, they said it’s their guests who make their business so great. “Hands down, the people that we have been privileged to meet over the course of the last 10-years who come from all walks of life,” says Jeff. “So many have become frequent, returning guests over that time and brought us heartfelt friendships. We’re now at the point where, many times when The Inn is full, it’s like having your friends and family come to stay. We get to be a small part of so many special times in our guest’s lives – anniversaries, birthdays, reunions, lifelong friends gathering together, intimate weddings, elopements, proposals, and so much more.”

      The Noes provided information on what they’re doing to ensure the safety of their guests staying at the Inn during COVID-19. You can find a list of COVID-19 updates for your getaway here

      The Welsh Hills Inn is located at 2133 Cambria Mill Road in Granville, Ohio. It’s approximately 30 minutes from downtown Columbus, Ohio State, and the John Glenn Columbus International Airport.

      To learn more about The Welsh Hills Inn or to book your stay, visit You can also follow along on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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      A local fitness studio wants to bring you safe, socially distanced classes - for free! Click here to read more.

      It’s difficult trying to stay healthy during a pandemic. Many gyms and fitness studios are in search of ways to connect with their clients without sacrificing their health and well-being. 

      To help the community stay fit while staying healthy, Pure Barre Cincinnati-oakley has teamed up with 3CDC to offer complimentary classes at Washington Park. 

      “Many people are looking for a way to get fit right now while staying safe and maintaining social distance in light of COVID-19,” says Kendra Northgard, Co-Owner of Pure Barre Cincinnati-Oakley. “We created these classes to enable anyone and everyone to participate in our workouts safely, outside in a convenient and beautiful environment. Plus, it’s completely free! If you’ve ever been interested in trying Pure Barre, this is a great way to do it.”

      To put on the classes, Pure Barre Cincinnati-Oakley worked with its long-standing partner 3CDC. Together, they wanted to bring these classes to more people to show them that these classes are for everyone. “Anyone can get fit with Pure Barre regardless of your shape, age, gender, or fitness level,” says Northgard. “All are welcome, and no special skills are required.”  

      The classes are held every Wednesday at 7:00 pm now through August 26 at Washington Park in Over-the-Rhine. 

      You can learn more and register for an upcoming free class at Northgard says to plan to arrive early as space is limited and spots are filled on a first come first serve basis to ensure safe social distancing. “Wear comfortable workout attire and bring your own yoga mat, towel, and water,” she adds. “Mask wearing is encouraged.” 

      You can also visit the studio and try out a class if you’re unable to get to the free classes at Washington Park. Pure Barre Cincinnati-Oakley is located at 3083 Madison Road in Cincinnati. You can sign up for a class at or by calling 513-321-5800.