Resistance Flexibility is Oprah’s Favorite Workout
The January 2016 issue of “O” Magazine, was released and showcases Resistance Flexibility as Oprah’s new favorite workout.
Resistance Flexibility (also known as Resistance Stretching) is a dynamic hands on technique that helps increase true flexibility, increase strength and muscle tone, increase range of motion, eliminate pain, and balance the body.Resistance Flexibility is completely customizable and is based upon your needs and goals. Every session is different because every person is different. Come and try a session in Chicago with Estelle. Flexibility training is gaining popularity and press because it helps people in unlimited ways.
Whether you are a Weekend Warrior, or just have the desire to live a life with less stress, aches and limitations. I can work with you to get you back to your best self. I can help you “Stretch Your Potential.”
If you have been unsure or feeling a bit intimidated about trying something new, now is a great time! I will design a session for you and it can be a very challenging workout, or therapeutic and help balance your body.
Ki-Hara, a sophisticated approach for improving physical flexibility and facilitating injury recovery, has traditionally been available to elite athletes performing at a professional or Olympic level. Ki-Hara uses concentric and eccentric movements to strengthen and stretch muscle tissues. One of the most avid proponents of Ki-Hara is Olympic swimmer, Dara Torres.
Harford, who specializes in personal fitness training, began taking the rigorous sessions to study and to become certified as a Master Trainer of Ki-Hara .
As personal fitness continues to evolve into long-term wellness and lifestyle, Harford believes that everyone should have the tools to take responsibility for their personal health. “The core principal of functional training is to mimic the activities and movements of everyday life,” explains Harford.
Harford’s clients range from triathletes, professional sailors and marathon runners to people suffering from multiple sclerosis, plantar fasciitis and other ailments like neck, hip, shoulder, back, knee pain and migraine headaches. Harford says, “Working with skilled athletes is very satisfying and providing everyday people with the means to build strength and live pain free is extremely rewarding.”