On Sunday, September 30th in USQ Park, NYC turned the concrete jungle into a fitness playground and women came together as a community to celebrate not just their grit, but their beauty.



What we created together yesterday was nothing short of magic. By joining together as a community, we are making change. We are changing our inner dialogue about self-doubt and we are redefining beautiful. All 1,000 of you who tapped it back, strutted your stuff, and cheered on your peers, demonstrated that confidence, sweat and hard work is BEAUTIFUL.

Because of your unyielding efforts, we were able to raise $125,000 for Movemeants impact programs. This translates to impacting hundreds of girls all over the country who will now have role models, resources and a myriad of opportunities to connect with their bodies and move like never before.

With more than 20 million girls in the US between the ages of 5-18 that will benefit from movement, our work has just begun which is why we are so excited to expand our programing into new regions!


KIPP Washington Heights Middle School will be the first beneficiary of our 12-week Middle School Body-Positive Curriculum and our programs are expanding quickly! Know a school or girl who could benefit from our programing? Submit an application on our website and help us fundraise so we can continue to grow!

Another $25,000, will help us expand to even more schools in the New York area. We would love to be in every borough, but we need your help to get there

View all pictures from We Dare to Bare NYC 2018 on Movemeant Foundation’s Facebook page.





At our events, you get to choose how you want to move. Select from three different types of classes, all at a price point that fits your budget.

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Doors open at 10am: We advise you to check in at the registration tent at least 30 minutes before your class time. Most classes are sold out, unclaimed spots will be released to waiting lists 10 minutes before start time. Please make sure to double check the schedule to verify your class time.

Q&A with Jen Widerstrom, Katie Willcox, and Jenny Gaither: Join our Q&A with Jen Widerstrom, Jenny Gaither, and Katie Willcox at 10:00a from the Luna Bar Stage! To kickoff the event at 10:00a sharp, our Founder & Master SoulCycle instructor, Jenny Gaither, will lead a Q&A with Jen Widerstrom from NBC'sThe Biggest Loser and Katie Willcox, author of Healthy Is The New Skinny. This is your chance to ask the most influential females in the fitness industry all questions about health, wellness, and body-positivity and confidence.

Fundraising: If you are signed up for a SoulCycle class, you are committed to fundraising at least $350 for General Admission and $2,000 for VIP. If you have not hit your fundraising goal by Saturday morning, you will be required to pay the balance when you checkin at registration.

Pack light: Movemeant Foundation & We Dare to Bare are not responsible for lost or stolen items. Do not bring valuables to the park.

Food & Drinks: Our incredible We Dare to Bare partners will be providing complimentary samples, giveaways and snacks! Such as Splenda's 'build your own' yogurt & granola station, Love Crunch's granola smoothie bar, Chameleon Cold Brew Coffee and FoodKick's supercharged snack and hydration stations!

Sweaty Betty Sports Bra Pick-Up:

Sweaty Betty | Flatiron
168 5th Avenue, NY 10010
Thursday 9/27: 12-2pm + 6-8pm & Friday 9/28: 12-2pm + 5-7pm

 **We're going to make a statement rockin' our sports bras all together! It's preferred that you grab your apparel on Thursday or Friday to get excited and comfortable in your clothes. For those who can't, day-of pickup and changing rooms will be provided for your convenience. SoulCycle is gifting all attendees who pick up their sports bra at Sweaty Betty's packet-pickup, one free class. A selection of classes around NYC will be provided, and class must be attended between Tuesday, October 2nd, and Monday, October 8th. Sweaty Betty is also offering 15% off all retail sold onsite at the event only!

Weather: We are expecting a sunny and beautiful day ahead so plan accordingly with sunscreen! If circumstances change, the event will go on, rain or shine.

Yoga mats & shoes: We will provide SoulCycle shoes and yoga mats.

Raffle + Golden ticket: Raffle tickets will be sold at the Movemeant Retail booth onsite and you DEFINITELY want to win the prize: of goodies from our partners. Secondly, as an additional treat, Sweaty Betty is offering a gift bag valued at over $200 to the winner of the photo-booth challenge. All you need to do it pop over to the Sweaty Betty pop-up shop and take a photo in their booth. One lucky winner will print out their photo on a golden ticket. Please bring that to a Sweaty Betty attendant to receive your prize!

VIP-only Meet & Greet with Jen Widerstrom | 11:30 am at the VIP Lounge: Jen Widerstrom is the official teammate of Movemeant Foundation and the global partner of SHAPE Women’s Activewear Collection, Fitness Director of SHAPE Magazine, and the best-selling author of Diet Right for Your Personality Type. **VIP guests-only: Join our 30-minute Meet & Greet with this fitness icon at the VIP lounge*


The first 700 paid participants to register receive an specially-designed We Dare To Bare Sports Bra from London's leading activewear brand, Sweaty Betty and an exclusive bag with everything you need to sweat it out, valued at $100.

VIPs receive premier SoulCycle seating, the newest pair of premium Sweaty Betty leggings and sports bra (valued at $185),  catered lunch, beverages and snacks available all day, exclusive access to VIP tent and more!

Visit our FAQs page. 

Have a specific question? Contact us at info@movemeant.org



We are looking for passionate, energetic and friendly supporters to volunteer at  We Dare to Bare New York City. To learn more email us at volunteer@movemeant.org or sign up below.




At Dare To Bare, you're not just helping yourself but you're also helping others. We team up with charity partner Movemeant Foundation to raise funds and awareness to bring critical public school curriculum and scholarships to girls who need it most.