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Welcome to Ann Smith Exercise

“My exercise system was inspired by years of classical dance training – slow, continuous stretching that flows from the inside of the torso and creates a healthy, well-proportioned body with a smooth, strong muscle network.  It’s easy, painless and energizing, and it works for men and women of any age, body type, or level of exercise experience.  It also challenges the body without stressing, which is important in developing and maintaining a flexible strength and good health as people age.”

- Ann Smith

Ann Smith Teaches Stretch Exercise Class in Carmel

Ann Smith took her stretch exercise to Carmel, California recently.  And as with all her lecture-demos sessions, this one was also well attended and received.

The Carmel Foundation was the host for the hour-long  class with the noted exercise personality.  Ann shared her movement philosophy and encouraged attendees to invent their own exercises after following her lead. The key, she says, is to stay active.

Ann has been teaching guest classes throughout the U.S. as an Ambassador for the 50-Plus Fitness Organization of Palo Alto, CA, part of a national effort to get people over 50 moving.  She continues to do lecture/demos and guest classes. and at age 86, is a real life example of the importance of movement and a positive lifestyle.

For information about hosting an Ann Smith lecture-demo, contact Lawton Gallagher Group, or call Dee at 231 947-2304.

I have recently purchased three of Ann Smith’s DVD’s – Rise and Shine, Moving to Mozart, and her newest one.  I absolutely LOVE them. She is elegant, graceful, and beautiful. The music is wonderful and I have it swirling in my mind throughout the day. I feel relaxed and yet also energized after doing an exercise session with her DVD’s. I am so thankful for these wonderful exercise routines, and I hope that Ann will continue to spread her message of beautiful and graceful movement for many years to come.”

Gracefully moving,


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