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Allure Fitness and Dance studio opens on Albany Street

Albert’s building back in use after two years of renovation

Photo by Jason Emerson.

— The dance and fitness classes being offered at Allure are numerous: yoga, Zumba, pilates, kickboxing, IntenSati, Latin dance, jazz dance, hip hop dance and ballroom dancing. There are also dance classes for children and cheerleading classes, and a CPR training course. All the classes are run by the individual instructors who contract with the studio. They are all pay-as-you-go, with no registration (except for ballroom dancing) and no membership required to attend, Allison said.

Allure will not compete with other fitness businesses in town because it does not — and will not — have any workout machines and has no memberships, Patty said.

The schedule of classes at Allure will change each month, and they are open to suggestions from the community as to what other classes people might like to see offered, Allison said.

“It’s very fluid,” Patty said. “We’re just a rolling stone, sort of. We’ll see where it goes,” Patty said.

Allure Fitness and Dance offers classes Monday through Saturday, and all classes are for men and women. A full schedule and further information can be found on Allure’s Facebook page at facebook.com/pages/Allure-Fitness-Dance/166335510177398. A website for the business is coming soon.

Jason Emerson is editor of the Cazenovia Republican. He can be reached at editor@cazenoviarepublican.com.

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