By Gretel Lee
Good things come in pairs, as it is with this mother-daughter duo. Meaghan and Aunty Maria (as we affectionately call her at the WeBarre studios) are unlike any other. Fashion adviser, life coach, travel companion and high-tea buddies are just some ways to describe their tight relationship, with Aunty Maria attending the Barre classes that Meaghan teaches. When asked if it’s stressful having her mum in her classes, Meaghan quips, “At first it’ll be pretty stressful because she’ll be the most ‘judgey’ client ever. But after awhile, I’ve learnt to keep calm and do what I do.” Read More
Ask her almost anything about fitness and the human body, and she’ll probably be able to answer you. Most of us would know her to be a Pre and Post-Natal specialist, apart from the myriad of Pilates and fitness certifications she has under her belt . But did you know she’s also a water sports enthusiast, a former Bassoonist, and is the mom to a long haired, mini-dachshund?
By Gretel Lee
If Barre were to be described as the yin and yang of dance and fitness, then this is aptly reflected in the personalities of WeBarre Co-founders, Anabel Chew and Linda Tang. One describes herself as a hopeless romantic, while the other’s said to be the man in the relationship. But the two walk the same pace where the business of the studio is concerned. Read More