Tracey Ferguson (right), a certified Essentrics Instructor, with Miranda Esmonde-White, the creator of Essentrics.
Essentrics™ is a FULL body fitness program designed with leading edge evidence-based research. This dynamic head-to-toe workout engages ALL 650 muscles and promotes body shaping, weight-loss, and pain relief. It combines fluid stretching & strengthening exercises to REBALANCE your body, help PREVENT injuries, and ENHANCE daily life activities. The Experience
With a diverse music playlist accompanying each class, this equipment free, low-impact workout leaves you feeling ENERGIZED, healthy & strong. Benefits include improved POSTURE, greater joint MOBILITY, strong MUSCLES, burned CALORIES, pain RELIEF & injury HEALING.
Essentrics draws on the FLOWING movements of tai chi which create health and balance, the STRENGTHENING theories behind ballet which create long, lean, flexible muscles and the HEALING principles of physiotherapy which create a pain free body.
Essentrics was created by Miranda Esmonde-White (above left), former dancer of The National Ballet of Canada. She is best known for her PBS fitness show, CLASSICAL STRETCH, aired since 1999 and rated the #1 fitness show on the network. A flexibility trainer to numerous professional and Olympic athletes, she continued to develop ESSENTRICS with her daughter Sahra. She also found time to write two best-sellers: Aging Backwardsand Forever Painless. Be sure to check out: www.essentrics.com.
Strengthen the entire body Improve posture & reduce back pain Gain flexibility Improve balance Boost metabolism Assist weight-loss Reduce joint pain Heal/Prevent Injuries Defy Aging Feel fabulous!!!!
Testimonials about Essentrics of Hampton Roads:
"I have gotten my overall strength back!"~ Teri
"Essentrics gradually helped get rid of neck and shoulder pain, pain in hip due to osteoporosis. My body was stiff in the beginning of classes due to osteoporoisis and arthritis." ~Glenda
"Essentrics is a great class for fitness, strength, and balance without all the wear and tear of jumping around." ~Susan