New Milford – Opened at 103 Dunbery Road by J.J. Rouge Fitness Arts and Wellness Aerial education A trip to the Running Bros. and the Barm and Bailey Circus can bring back childhood memories.

“In the circus, when you look at people in fancy clothes and people twisting silk into shapes – we offer that,” said Jennifer Ramy, a 2,000-square-foot studio owner.

In the 50-minute episode, “You are blocked from these devices. You can copy it, it means you can copy it, ”said Ramy.


J. Rouge provides classes for adults and children between the ages of 10 and 17. Of the four different air conditioning units, which include silk, hammocks and hoops, the studio offers a dance floor, flex and deep stretching units and a floor room called Rouge. Suitable.

“In every song, they focus on the muscle group,” Ramie said. Using small weights, students hold their hands in the air and she adds weights to the song to “make it more fun.”

Rami, 38, has a 14-year-old daughter who proved her fitness as a team at the American Athletics and Fitness Association.

Rami from J. Rouge also owns a Huntish Electric Inc. office in New Milford.

Rami, who has a master’s degree in physical education, says she has always been a member of the gym. Looking for a change of experience, she gained a degree a few years ago.

“I had been working all my life,” she said. “I started getting bored and wanted to taste things.”

She found air lessons and searched where they were given and took one – and she never looked back.

“The second time I went on a hop, I heard the girls clapping and saying ‘you can’ and when I felt their encouragement, I found the mistake. “I was absolutely busy.”

When she was a close member of a former aerial art studio, she decided to start her own.

Air conditioning

“Exercise is a kind of art,” says Ramsey.

“You’re basically a balloon player,” she told me. “Students hung on a cloth and put themselves in metal, made these beautiful combinations and shapes and partitions and created this beautiful physical art.”

Air classes are for all skill levels, and are especially focused on the beginner. Students can do a lot of outdoor activities in their first class, says Ramy.

Some students may feel overwhelmed at first, but this is not the case, says Ramsey.

“Almost everyone was shy in the first grade,” said Ramie. “We are not going to copy right away; we want to help the members develop their strength and self-confidence so that it becomes not just a one-time experience but a lifestyle fitness program.

Students start at the infant level, ”she added.

“We have floor exercises and air conditioning to help people along the way,” she said.

Air chambers require full use of the shoulders, arms and hips. She added that many people will notice a difference in class level in three months.

There is no standard test to get to the next level in air fitness; Rather, it is the decision of the teacher.

“All you need to do to ‘stay’ with us is consistent practice, patience, perseverance and self-confidence!” Ramsey said.

Both group and individual classes will be offered.

J. Rouge is preparing for a grand opening on November 6 for more information, visit jrouge.com Or J. Rouge Fitness Call us on Facebook or at 475-454-2139.

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