Callanetics


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Callanetics

A proprietary exercise program consisting of small muscular movements and squeezes to activate large and deep muscles. Developed from classical ballet exercises and T’ai Chi, Callanetics contrasts to impact-type exercises and is said to promote strength, endurance, flexibility, balance, discipline and speed, sa well as reduce appetite.
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Libby says it is the small spiralling, rotational moves that differentiate her classes from the traditional form of Callanetics.
It has a feel of the old Callanetics type of exercise which Mary fell in love with years ago and brought to the UK when she opened Scotland's first Callanetics studio in 1991.
Nia technique, yoga, belly dance, African/Brazilian dance, Callanetics body-shaping, Luna yoga for women.
June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Callanetics Studio at Studio City will celebrate its grand opening in conjunction with the Hi-Koo Hollywood/Robert A.
BLAIR GREY ENTOURAGE: 8 MONTHLY COST: pounds 580 CALLANETICS instructor Blair Grey likes to look after herself with a whole range of treatments from teeth whitening to Botox.
I know a lot of mums drive and might have to, but if you could manage it, 3) Flexibility: stretching, yoga, pilates or callanetics.
BACK ON TRACK: Hazel Kaneswaren, and, inset, with Oisin; ON THE GO: Sheana Keane with adorable Isabelle who keeps her busy; GENTLE EXERCISE: Lorraine Keane is a Callanetics fan, and with baby Amelia
Other selections in the best- selling series include "Callanetics," "Beginning Callanetics," "Super Callanetics" (all $24.
THE former Miss Scotland keeps her size 10 figure by doing Callanetics, eating healthily, rarely drinking alcohol and never smoking.
All three programs, "Quick Callanetics -- Legs," "Quick Callanetics -- Stomach" and "Quick Callanetics -- Hips and Behind," feature Pinckney demonstrating the precise motions of her completely safe, no-impact exercises in 20-minute routines.