Essentrics Workout

Essentrics® is a full body workout that rapidly changes the shape of your body through a dynamic combination of strengthening and stretching.  The technique develops flexible and strong muscles with immediate changes to your posture. The workout is also known as Classical Stretch, created by Miranda Esmonde-White. It is a popular fitness program broadcast on many local PBS stations.

Essentrics® is a full body workout perfect for men and women of all ages and fitness levels.  The workout is low impact, done in bare feet and the only equipment needed is an exercise mat.

Essentrics® will:

  • Rebalance your body
  • Unlock tight joints
  • Improve your posture
  • Change the shape of your body
  • Increase your flexibility and overall strength

This workout is a dynamic, full-body workout that engages all the muscles plus your joints – leaving you feeling energized, youthful and healthy.

You can watch a short YouTube video to see part of an Essentrics® workout that tones and thins the waist.  A complete Essentrics® workout tones the entire body and is usually 45 to 60 minutes long.  Click on highlighted YouTube text to see video.

For more information about the Essentrics® classes I offer in my area of Plano, Texas please contact me at kkg@kimberleeskorner.com or fill out the contact form below.

Essentrics® classes have started at the Carpenter Park Recreation Center in Plano on Coit Road.   Classes are on Monday at 10 am or on Wednesday at 9 am.    The classes are once a week and approximately 55 minutes long.  The next class session starts on January 7th, 2019.    You do not need to be a member of the Recreation Center to take this class.  Please contact the Recreation Center at 972.208.8087 to register or visit their website by clicking on the highlighted text.

There will be a FREE class at the Carpenter Park Recreation Center if you are interested in trying the workout.  FREE Class date is Friday January 4, 2019 at 10 am.   You do not have to register for the Free class.     For more information please contact me or call the Recreation center at 972.208.8087