By: Cassie Woods | Category: Health & Fitness | Issue: June 2013
Debby Bailey and Clara Rosencutter show some of the equipment available at Classy Curves in Claremore.
Classy Curves has been providing an alternative to strenuous exercise to the people of Rogers County for a year and a half. Clara Rosencutter and her daughter Debby Bailey opened the Claremore location next door to Bailey’s Classy Cuts salon in November of 2011.
The facility features seven different toning tables that will firm, tone and reduce inches while shaping your figure through a series of isometric movements for upper, lower and mid body. They are also great for people with arthritis, bad posture, poor circulation and neuropathy. Toning tables allow the user to go through the motion with little effort, still improving muscle tone and strength.
“The toning tables are great because they allow our clients to reduce unwanted inches without strenuous workouts or starvation diets,” said Debby. “They combine the principles of physical and isometric movements without the strain or fatigue you would feel during regular exercise.”
Clara and Debby were first exposed to this type of exercise in the 70s when they regularly visited a facility owned by LaNelle Hammett in Claremore. Using the toning tables at that location, the mother-daughter pair lost a combined total of 30 inches. “It was exactly what we needed at the time, and we saw great results,” said Clara. “So when LaNelle sold her business, Debby bought three tables from her in 1999 to put in her salon.”
The tables were a good fit in the salon, but after a location change, Debby sold the tables a few years later. When Clara decided to join the new business venture, newer tables were purchased and they opened Classy Curves.
In addition to the toning tables, Classy Curves also features a VibaBody Slimmer. This machine moves the body from top to bottom to increase circulation and bone density and provide a full body workout. It helps firm and tone both skin and muscles, fight cellulite, and reduce pain and stiffness. “It basically does the same thing that the toning tables do,” said Debby. “It just allows you to work your entire body at the same time, as opposed to targeting a specific area with each table.”
Also connected to the facility is a salon offering facials, microdermabrasion and a massage therapist, as well as a full line of whole food nutrition. For more information on the nutrition line, visit www.classynutrition.com.
Located one mile west of Westside School in Claremore, Classy Curves is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. No appointments are necessary.
“We recommend a client visit Classy Curves at least three times a week, but prefer five,” said Clara. “Of course, the more you come, the better results you’ll get. We are usually busiest early in the morning, around the noon hour and then right after most people get off work. But we are always able to accommodate our customers.”
Classy Curves does not require a long-term contract. Clients can purchase one of three monthly plans for anywhere between $21.27 and $49.94. They can also pay per visit for as low as $2.66 per session. Classy Curves also offers a discounted rate to first-time visitors.