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One of our favorite RFC haunts continues its mission to bust more LA butts. After rolling out its Highland Park studio last summer, hot trainer haven Pop Physique is headed to Larchmont Village and Old Town Pasadena.
The activewear-inspiring barre studio tells us it's opening mid-June inside Pasadena's historic Indiana Colony building, which is already home to cool grub and drink hubs Pressed Juicery, Coolhaus, The Pie Hole, and Intelligentsia. Pop Physique also reveals that its Hancock Park space will be located "in an adorable bungalow [with] a lounge and retail area" at the north end of the retail-happy stretch near healthy eateries Cafe Gratitude and Lemonade; it's expected to open in mid-April.
Stay tuned for the exact opening dates; in the meantime, hit up the fitness chainlet's other locations while its Coachella prep sale (5 classes for $45!) is still going down.