Barre-to-Brunch: "Derby" at M/Body

To Benefit the Students of Young Women's College Prep!

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MARK YOUR CALENDAR - A Special Event is Happening This Weekend!

M/Body is hosting their last BARRE-TO-BRUNCH event until September this Saturday from 11:00am - 1:30pm, and all proceeds benefit YWCP!


This Barre-to-Brunch event will be a fusion of fun and fitness all in the Southern tradition of the Kentucky Derby! Get your sweat on in M/Body's Barre class followed by a heathly catered bruch, fun fresh adult beverages, spa services from the DelMonte Spa, derby hat-making with Wisteria, "tailgating games", some chances for some fun "gambling" and just a ton of fun.


How to save your spot? Simply visit mbodyrochester.com, click "schedule" and scroll to May 7th.


You truly won't believe all that is included. The workout alone is worth it...but then add in the catered brunch, beverages, spa services available, limited edition M/Body tank top and simply the most fun people you'll be around!


Space is limited so register TODAY!

Barre-to-Brunch: "Derby" at M/Body

Saturday, May 7th, 11am-1:30pm

1048 University Ave

Rochester

For more information, visit the event page on Facebook.

Photos from past Barre-to-Brunch events at M/Body!

About YWCP

YWCP Charter School is Rochester's only all-girls public school. It opened its doors in August 2012 to its first class of students, and will grow over the next two years to serve 450 students in grades 7-12. YWCP is an affiliate of the Young Women's Leadership Network, which supports five highly successful single-gender schools in NYC and 11 affiliates across the country.


The mission of the YWCP Foundation is to break the cycle of poverty for young urban girls by increasing their economic self-sufficiency through improved leadership skills, career awareness, college readiness, and college access. To accomplish this, YWCP Inc. creates, implements, and supports innovative programs that educate the whole girl - academically, socially, and emotionally. These programs include the Girls' Leadership Conference, 9th Grade Summer Bridge, and "Cool Women/Hot Jobs."