Miranda Esmonde-White is a Canadian-born, New York Times bestselling author and one of North America’s greatest advocates and educators of healthy aging. Her award-winning PBS documentaries, Aging Backwards, Aging Backwards 2: Connective Tissue Revealed, and Forever Painless are revolutionizing the way we understand the role that our cells, muscles, bones, connective tissue, and joints play in slowing down the aging process.
Miranda will launch her next documentary and book, Aging Backwards: Fast Track in 2019—set to become the new universal age reversing guide with 6 scientifically-formulated methods to slow down the clock.
Following her career as a professional ballerina with the National Ballet School of Canada, Miranda developed her own fitness technique, Essentrics® in 1997, and became the flexibility trainer to numerous professional and Olympic athletes. Her top-rated fitness TV show, Classical Stretch has been airing on PBS and Public Television since 1999, with workouts available on DVD and streaming.
Sahra Esmonde-White is co-owner and CEO of Essentrics® and host of the original Essentrics DVD Series. As Executive Producer, she has seen over 320 fitness television shows and award-winning documentaries to fruition. She has been named one of the top health experts in Canada by both Fashion Magazine and Flare, two of Canada’s top women’s publications, and her DVDs have won "Top Workout" awards in both Canada and the UK. She works closely with celebrities such as UK model/actress/entrepreneur Lily Cole, Canadian actress Sarah Gadon, and professional athletes including the NHL’s Montreal Canadiens. With a Bachelor's degree in Economics and graduate studies in Public Health, Sahra has made her life’s mission to help people lead healthy lives through intelligent fitness and a thoughtful lifestyle.