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Discover the Benefits of mSwing

mSwing is a unique fitness program that uses a single light weight to create fun, challenging, and effective workouts. The natural, flowing movements in mSwing workouts are designed to make you feel like you’re not exercising, but moving with momentum. Yet you'll...

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What is mswing?

mSwing is not an aerobics class. It's about learning to move your body in a way that will integrate into your life for the rest of your days. It's fun and it can be done by anyone and everyone. Why? Because since the beginning of time, people have been swinging things...

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's mSwing! What is it? Is it a training program? Is it for group exercise or personal trainers? What IS IT? These are questions that both Mark Davis (co-creator of mSwing) and I expected to get from a little promo clip on Facebook...

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This is ground breaking information regarding collagen and fascia and its ability to repair so many structures in our bodies! The information was fabulous- informative and presented in such an understandable format. The M Swing movements are adaptable to all fitness levels, creative and a nice level of cardio. I have been incorporating a section into my bootcamps, and the reaction has been nothing but positive. Well done again Marietta and Mark, this is a great course!

Belinda Eady

Group Fitness Trainer

As a medical practitioner who had struggled with vertigo since my 30s, I had intermittently accessed various treatments for flare ups which would settle it down. However, it never completely went away and was always there in the background. I remained cautious about turning my head suddenly or spinning around.

Since doing mSwing classes with Marietta over the past 4 years, I have had minimal trouble with vertigo flare ups.
I can now turn my head rapidly from side to side, do spins in step class and fully extend my neck and look up to the ceiling….. all things that I have not been able to do for many years!

So I agree with Marietta’s sentiment that mSwing can help with vestibular symptoms and improve function in this area AND I can now do the fun turns in many step and low impact aerobics and Zumba classes. Thanks very much Marietta!!

Disclaimer: This is my personal opinion based on my experience and not medical advice.

Dr Lesley Palmer