Andrea Isabelle Lucas

Group: 2nd Friday of Every Month

Founder and CEO

Cambridge, MA





About Andrea Isabelle Lucas:

Andrea Isabelle Lucas is the founder and CEO of Barre & Soul® (a boutique chain of innovative yoga and barre studios spanning several states, expanding nationally), and keynote speaker who’s shared the stage with Michelle Obama and Billie Jean King. She’s also creator of Barre Guild Academy, author of “Own it All” and a podcaster who hosts leading thinkers, sharing tips on how to make a difference in your life and the world. Her voice is inspirational and down-to-earth. Feminist and unapologetic about it. Empowering, with a badass spirit and cat eyeliner for days. Andrea has journeyed from a teen mom, former stripper, domestic violence and personal poverty survivor, to the creator of a multi-million dollar business – her studios earned the prestigious Best of Boston Award; her proprietary teaching method is acclaimed around the world. Andrea’s writings have appeared in Forbes, HuffPost, xoJane, Entrepreneur, and more.

Modality: Barre

Number of locations: 6

Virtual Fitness Platform: Zoom

Additional Tech Platforms: Brandbot

About Barre & Soul®:

There are some things worth believing in with all your might.

Things like the perfect leather jacket and mimosas for breakfast.

Another one of those things is the obsession that happens when you discover something you never knew existed before—something that could change everything.

That’s what we’re humbled to say Barre & Soul® has been for so many of our students: a total, wild card game changer. So many times we hear, “I kept meaning to sign-up, but I never did, and I never did, and I never did, and then one day, I finally just said ‘HEALTH YEAH’—and then basically went on to discover the meaning of life.” (Or, at least, that exercise didn’t have to suck.)

Because the way we work out at Barre & Soul® isn’t like anything you’ve ever done before. Sure, you might’ve taken a barre class, and you’ve probably done a yoga pose now and again, but here, it’s not just about the exercise, but what it means when we do it.