Hannah Bronfman Is Coming To Chicago and You Can Meet Her To Dance

photo credit: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images
photo credit: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

You might know Hannah Bronfman as the celebrity DJ, wellness entrepreneur, Adidas ambassador but most likely first as the uber Instagram influencer with envy inducing feed married to fellow (hottie) DJ Brendan Fallis. Bronfman has been hosting her dance classes in NYC for a few years now (remember the Beyonce classes?) and often times sharing it on her insta page. She recently published a new book and with Chicago Ideas she is bringing the dance party and book to Chicago.


photo credit: Bryan Bedder/Getty Images
photo credit: Bryan Bedder/Getty Images

The early morning workout sesh starting at 7am will be on Thursday, Feb 21 at Chop Shop (2033 W North Ave. Chicago)


Hannah Bronfman is a champion for health and wellness. As the founder of HBFIT—a guide to all things beauty, health, and fitness—and the author of the newly released Do What Feels Good, Bronfman is committed to helping everyone, everywhere, live a life that makes them feel great.

Join Hannah Bronfman for a morning of movement, mindfulness, and community. Together, you’ll take BODY WORSHIP, a body-positive cardio dance experience that incorporates lead-and-follow choreography and promises a good sweat. Immediately following, Bronfman will sit down to share the health and wellness journey that led her to Do What Feels Good.

We’ll close out the morning with a book signing.

The $40 ticket price includes a copy of Do What Feels Good: Recipes, Remedies, and Routines to Treat Your Body Right



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