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SculptHouse is Coming to Dallas

When Barry’s Bootcamp meets Pilates.
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via SculptHouse Nashville on Facebook

On January 1 (a perfectly appropriate time to announce a new fitness studio), SculptHouse announced they’d be opening a location in Dallas this year. This, unfortunately, renders our post about new studios coming to Dallas in 2019 outdated after just a few short weeks. But for Sculpthouse, we can be forgiving.

The Atlanta-based studio, which branched out of Georgia with the opening of a Nashville location last fall, gained its buzzy rep for being the first boutique fitness concept to combine the Megaformer (a zhuzhed up version of a Pilates reformer that made its Dallas debut at Studio6 Fitness in 2012) and treadmills (the fancy Woodway Curve ones). The studio also doubles as high-end activewear boutique, carrying brands such as Ultracor, Koral, Alo, and Alala. And much like Barry’s Bootcamp, SculptHouse schedules classes that target different areas of your body on specific days, so you can plan your workouts accordingly.

SculptHouse is scheduled to open this spring in Inwood Village, and is currently accepting applications for a lead trainer and a studio manager.

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