THE DAILEY METHOD BRINGS A DIFFERENT KIND OF BARRE TO BIRMINGHAM
|Dailey Method Staff|
BIRMINGHAM, Mich. January 21, 2013 – The Dailey Method® Birmingham opened in January 2013. The spa-like studio is located in Birmingham Place and features a large fitness studio, on-site child care, shower facilities, free parking, and a wide variety of athletic and boutique inspired apparel. Owner Carly Goidosik was joined by local officials and members of the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber to inaugurate the studio with a ribbon-cutting.
The Dailey Method is a one-hour class combining ballet barre work, core conditioning, stretching, and orthopedic exercises. The classes effectively strengthen, tone, and lengthen the entire body providing quick physical results.
The Birmingham studio is owned by Carly Goidosik in partnership with founders Jill Dailey and Doug McIntosh. Carly holds a Kinselogy degree from Michigan State and served as Master Teacher Trainer at The Dailey Method La Grange outside Chicago. With her exercise science background, Carly believes The Dailey Method encompasses every fitness component in the most efficient and effective way and loves to witness how it empowers others to be their most vibrant selves. "It is a mind and body transformation."
The Dailey Method is located in Birmingham Place at 34665 Woodward Avenue in Birmingham. Call (248) 723-8901 or visit www.thedaileymethod.com/birmingham.html to schedule or for more information.
The Dailey Method is a member of the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber, a membership organization dedicated to promoting the economic development, strengthening the business climate and improving the quality of life in Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield Township and Franklin, Mich. For more information, visit www.bbcc.com.
Photo credit: Doug Ashley
Pictured in front of the ribbon from the left: Mary-Lynn Longsworth, instructor, The Dailey Method; Joslyn Drysdale, instructor, The Dailey Method; Andrea Brown instructor, The Dailey Method;
Behind the ribbon from the left:
Robert Bruner, city manager, City of Birmingham; Jon Kottler, Huntington Bank; Danielle Workman, Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber; Geoff Hancock, Ecotelligent Buildings; Catherine Grace, Birmingham Patch; Carly Goidosik, owner, The Dailey Method; Linda Hatfield, Birmingham Bloomfield Credit Union; Bob Kupfer, Tiffany Florist; Paul Taros, Taros & Associates; Rackeline Hoff, commissioner, City of Birmingham; John Heiney, Birmingham Principal Shopping District
Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber