Tips for Trainers, By Trainers: Teaching Group Classes
If you are an trainer of the GYROTONIC® and/or the GYROKINESIS® Methods you know that teaching a group class can be challenging, especially when you have students with varying degrees of ability.
Tips For Trainers, By Trainers: Creating a Successful Studio
Have you considered opening your own studio? Or, do you currently own and manage a studio? The variables involved can be exciting and also overwhelming. So, we’ve asked a few successful studio owners for tips on how they approach such a venture.
Tips For Trainers, By Trainers: Working With Kids
Not everyone is able to work with kids. You need to have a certain comfort level, or still be a kid at heart.
News & Events
GYROTONIC® Communications Director and Educational Assistant to Juliu Horvath, Sarah Simpson and I sat down for an interview with GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® Master Trainer, Angela Crowley, to talk about working with elite athletes and using these methods to help them enhance training and performance. Sarah: Thank you for taking the time to visit with us, Angela. First, […]View Article
Tips For Trainers // May 01, 2017
By Dr. Justine Bernard – Physical Therapist and GYROTONIC® Master Trainer. There is a lot of fear surrounding the diagnosis of Osteoporosis: porous bones, and yes- the very real risk of fracturing a bone, which does double with the diagnosis of Osteoporosis. This is why the exercise modification for someone diagnosed with Osteoporosis is generally […]View Article
Interviews // April 26, 2017
GYROTONIC® Master Trainer Justine Bernard took time to sit down with me and share her perspective on being a physical therapist, using the Gyrotonic Method as a therapy tool for the diverse patient base coming in to her studio, Elements Fitness and Wellness Center in Washington D.C. Cina: Justine, thank you so much for taking the time to […]View Article
Interviews // April 03, 2017
Golden Girls Virginia Holte and Megan McLaren sat for a discussion on a break during their Gyrokinesis Level 2 course in Münstertal, Germany. They share their perspectives on being over 60 and involved in the Gyrotonic Method and the Gyrokinesis Method. Cina: Thank you for meeting with me, ladies! I’m excited to hear and to […]View Article
News // March 30, 2017
The Gyrokinesis Method is a movement method that addresses the entire body, opening energy pathways, stimulating the nervous system, increasing range of motion and creating functional strength through rhythmic, flowing movement sequences. It is an original and unique method, which coordinates movement, breath and mental focus.View Article
News // March 27, 2017
The Gyrotonic Method is an original and unique movement method that addresses the entire person, opening energy pathways, stimulating the nervous system, increasing range of motion, and improving strength, and movement efficiency. The Gyrotonic Method is practiced in group or private classes under the instruction of a qualified Gyrotonic Trainer. With Gyrotonic exercises, each movement […]View Article
Interviews // February 28, 2017
Note: This is Part 2 of a recent conversation with Juliu. You can read Part 1 in the blog archives, posted on Nov 1, 2016. When we left the conversation, Juliu and I were discussing why new “awareness,” comes at a particular time. Continued… CINA: Do you think these manifestations continue to happen, direct to […]View Article
Interviews // November 01, 2016
Recently, I started making a point to ask Juliu about various things regarding the GYROTONIC EXPANSION SYSTEM®, his life and his future creative endeavors. Below is the first part of one of our recent conversations. This particular discussion explores some of Juliu’s more esoteric and philosophical perspectives on the methods and his experiences in developing […]View Article
News // October 18, 2016
By Cina Canada I recently sat down with Gina Muensterkoetter, GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® Master Trainer, and Personal Assistant to Juliu Horvath (creator and founder of the GYROTONIC EXPANSION SYSTEM®) at their home in Münstertal, Germany. Gina talks about the two methods that make up this system, the structure of the education, and her perspective on […]View Article