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ABOUT Classical stretch
American Public TelevisIon'S longest-running fitness TV show
The Classical Stretch television series is created, produced and hosted by Miranda Esmonde-White. The #1 fitness show on PBS for over 15 years—Classical Stretch has been helping people of all ages and fitness levels rebalance their bodies, increase mobility and keep joints healthy and pain-free. Based on the intelligent fitness technique ESSENTRICS—each 30-minute episode of Classical Stretch features a full-body workout with dynamic strengthening and stretching exercises: all-standing, all-floor or all-barre.
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about miranda esmonde-white
Miranda Esmonde-White is one of America’s greatest advocates and educators of healthy aging. She is best known for her PBS fitness show, Classical Stretch, which has been airing since 1999 and is rated the #1 fitness show on the network, and for creating Essentrics—the technique which Classical Stretch is based on.
Esmonde-White has filmed over 300 episodes of Classical Stretch workouts, many of them distributed worldwide on DVD. Following her career as a professional ballerina, Miranda developed Essentrics and became a flexibility trainer and consultant to numerous professional and Olympic athletes, celebrities and other notable clients.
Miranda’s New York Times bestselling book, Aging Backwards, is revolutionizing the way we understand the role fitness plays in slowing down the aging process while keeping our bodies young, attractive, strong and healthy. Based in Montreal, Miranda spends her time developing the technique, writing and training new instructors. She travels extensively giving lectures, leading weeklong teacher training sessions and hosting fitness retreats.
AGING BACKWARDS BOOKS
New York Times Bestseller in Aging & Health
Released in November 2014:
Harper Collins (USA) & Random House (CANADA)
The human body is designed to remain pain-free, energetic and healthy throughout its lifespan.
With Aging Backwards—gone are the days when we had to accept the negative consequences of aging as inevitable and a “normal” part of getting older. In reality, we should never have to surrender helplessly to chronic pain, hip and knee replacements, loss of energy and mobility, poor posture, weight gain—regardless of our chronological years.
Most of us are unaware that the process of aging is triggered by cell death. In Aging Backwards, Miranda explains how you can slow down and reverse the speed in which your cells die—showing scientifically, how anyone can stay feeling young and vibrant their entire life!
WHY I WROTE THIS BOOK
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