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Aging Backwards

Improve Your Posture Through Essentrics®

Date

Jan 26, 2022

7:00PM – 8:30PM

Tuition

Member: $24.00

Standard: $34.00

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Miranda Esmonde-White doing a stretching exercise.

Develop good posture and encourage healthy organ function with Miranda Esmonde-White, creator of the Essentrics® stretching technique.

Miranda Esmonde-White says a gentle stretching workout can prevent and reverse the signs of aging.

Good posture is the signature of a healthy vibrant body. It not only provides an appearance of confidence and youth, but it also encourages healthy organ function—cardiovascular, neurological, digestive, and skeletal.

Gentle, full body stretching is one of the most efficient ways to strengthen the hundreds of muscles required to hold the spine upright—opening space for all your organs to function comfortably. That’s why Miranda Esmonde-White developed the Essentrics® stretching technique. It incorporates the most up-to-date scientific studies on achieving a healthy, flexible, strong body without equipment or high impact movement.

In this Omega Teachers Studio, Miranda reveals the gentle, flowing body exercises from Essentrics® that target all areas of our bodies related to poor posture. Through her stretching and strengthening workout and an interactive discussion on the fundamentals of posture, you:

  • Increase your body awareness
  • Raise your energy
  • Improve your range of motion and body alignment
  • Stay motivated and committed to keeping your spine strong

This class is all-standing with some light chair work, and is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels. A question-and-answer session follows the workout.

Join live on Wednesday, January 26, 7:00-8:30 p.m. EST (4:00-5:30 p.m. PST). For registered participants, this class will be available on demand through March 27.

Special Bonus:All participants will receive a free 30-day streaming membership to Essentrics TV. Login instructions will be sent on the day of the workshop.

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Jan 26, 2022 / 7:00PM – 8:30PM

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