Skip to content

Barre & Brunch



Story and photography by Joyce Taylor

As a treat for Mother’s Day, Jen Ashcraft-Hays, owner of Barre 11, hosted mothers and their daughters, for a fun Saturday morning Foundations level Barre 11 class (with a little extra pampering), followed by brunch. Teresa Tilley, Jen’s mother, came from Tullahoma to assist with the brunch, ever supportive of her daughter. What better way for mothers and their daughters to bond on the Saturday before Mother’s Day?

Barre 11 has Barre, yoga, and Tabata boot camp classes. According to Jen: “this is where fitness becomes intentional movement and mindfulness becomes a way of life, where intimacy, achievement and personal attention provide a sense of safety and where workouts are for celebrating the body, not for punishing it.”

For more information on Barre 11, visit www.barre11.com.

More Stories

  • Latest Issue 9 21

    Read More
  • Editor's Letter

    While we are all still standing guard against potential pandemic problems, we wish that the warmth of August could be stored in bottles to be poured out on the cooler temperatures to come later in the year! Still, there are many ways to appreciate the last of the summer heat while it is present... Read More
  • Demos Family Donates Food Truck to Liberty Station

    Peter and Kristen Demos have donated their Demos Brands food trailer to Liberty’s Station, the new social enterprise of Amelia’s Closet in Murfreesboro. “The Demoses have been instrumental in the development plans for Liberty’s Station,” said founding executive director Jody Powers. Read More
  • Local United Way Launches 65th Anniversary Endowment Campagin

    The United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties officially launched its 65th anniversary endowment campaign, with a goal of growing its Legacy Society, on June 17th at the home of Ted and Gloria LaRoche... Read More