What is Killed By Kiki?

Providing a personalized and entertaining approach to fitness, ​Killed by Kiki is a one-hour Barre-based workout that targets specific, and often underutilized but essential muscle groups. These low-impact, but killer classes will improve core strength, posture, flexibility, muscular endurance, and in turn develop tighter, longer, and leaner muscles.

Killed by Kiki offers both Virtual and In-Person Classes and Privates.

How do I sign up?


When are Open Virtual Killed By Kiki Classes offered? 

SAT 10am EST

SUN 11am EST 


I can't make it to a Virtual class, can I get a recording of it?

YES! If you cannot make the Class times, you can simply email, text, or DM me to let me know you will be taking the On Demand Class option. After class, you will be sent an enhanced Video Recording of the class and will have 24 hours to view it.

What does an In-Person Private session with Kiki look like?

Kiki splits her time between NYC and The Hamptons and you can train with her in either or both locations at your home, following COVID-19 safety guidelines. 

Based on a standard Killed by Kiki Barre class format, Kiki will tailor the session to meet your personal needs.  This is a perfect option for beginners, those looking to fine-tune their Barre technique, and for anyone who is looking for a specialized, challenging Barre-based workout.

In-Person Private sessions are also a fun way to work out with a group of friends or family in the comfort of your own home!

Rates vary depending on location and the number of people per session. Please email Kiki for more information! 

What do I need to prepare for Killed By Kiki? 


The majority of Killed By Kiki is a “Barre-less Barre” Class and most of the exercises are performed using your own body weight. To make the most of the class, Kiki recommends:


- Ideally two sets of weights (Lighter set: 2-5lbs, Heavier set 4-8lbs). If you do not have weights available, soup cans, water bottles and Kiki’s personal favorite, wine bottles will absolutely suffice! 


- Barre, countertop, or chair to act as something to hold onto when challenging balance and working the leg musculature.


- A yoga mat or carpeted floor is recommended for plank, pushups, booty and abdominal concentrated work.


- A positive attitude and a willingness to be pushed out of your comfort zone! ;)