2020 WINTER – Essentrics Movement

Thursdays at 1:10pm-2:10pm
January 16, 23, 30 and February 6

This course requires advance registration and payment.

 

 

Essentrics is a dynamic, low impact, one-hour weight-free fitness program that strengthens the muscles in the elongated position, which creates a long, lean and rebalanced body. The unique fluid movement of Essentrics slenderizes and tones the abdominal muscles, waist, thighs, arms and back, while improving posture, flexibility, agility and strength. Essentrics rapidly and safely conditions the full body so that it can be done daily, helping you feel energized, positive, healthy and strong.

Please note:  This is a one-hour class. Participants must be able to get up and down from the floor unassisted. Persons with a disease or condition that might result in health issues when engaging in low-level movement activity should not enroll in the course. A pre-participation medical screening form will be distributed and must be filled out on the first day of class.

 

June Bird earned a master’s degree in dance and has been teaching it for more than 30 years. Her background is in ballet, tap, jazz and modern dance.  She has taught dance movement in dance studios, after school programs, adult education, community colleges, nursery schools, public schools and assisted living communities.  She chose to teach Essentrics as it offers great benefits to maintaining better health and wellness for adults and the fact that is it fluid and “dance-like.”

Class will be held in the NCC Pitney Bowes Foundation Wellness Center, West Building, Lower Level 

                              4 sessions starting Thursday, January 16 at 1:10PM