Gabrielle Roth: The Power Wave Trailer

Gabrielle Roth: The Power Wave Trailer (2005)

12 April 2005

Innovative dance guru Gabrielle Roth is the instructor (and who better?) of her own brainchild -- a workout program that uses physical movement as a way to achieve spiritual awareness. "The Power Wave," the second installment of Roth's Ecstatic Dance collection, offers a high-energy routine that invigorates the body and spirit. You'll feel the stress lift off you in no time via this wonderful regimen.

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