Tips For Trainers

The Jewel of the Pelvic Floor

Special Topics // Tips For Trainers // September 26, 2017

Dominika Gaines is a GYROTONIC® Master Trainer and GYROKINESIS® Pre-Trainer. In her blog post, “The Jewel of the Pelvic Floor,” she gives us an insightful look at one of the most unique and foundational principles in both the Gyrotonic Method and the Gyrokinesis Method: narrowing of the pelvis. If you are unfamiliar with this concept, […]

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How to Feel Amazing During and After Pregnancy

Tips For Trainers // September 19, 2017

By Nina Didner Owner, Bodi Revive Certified GYROTONIC® & GYROKINESIS® Instructor Certified Personal Trainer It’s curious that one of the most incredible miracles the human body can do wreaks so much physical havoc. I’m talking about pregnancy. Yes, an amazing little creature emerges that parents instantly fall in love with, but the poor mother spends the next several […]

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Tips For Trainers, By Trainers: Working With Clients Who Have Suffered PTSD

Tips For Trainers // August 02, 2017

By Holle Knowles, GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® Trainer and Pre-Trainer As Gyrotonic Instructors, we have the privilege of becoming a trusted member of our client’s wellness support system. Along with the other professionals on their teams — therapists, doctors, counselors — we get to share in helping individuals create a fuller life. One of the […]

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Tips For Trainers, By Trainers: GYROTONIC® Modifications For Someone With Osteoporosis

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 […]

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Tips For Trainers, By Trainers: Working With Kids

Tips For Trainers // March 09, 2016

Not everyone is able to work with kids. You need to have a certain comfort level, or still be a kid at heart.

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Tips For Trainers, By Trainers: Working With Seniors

Tips For Trainers // March 06, 2016

We asked some trainers about how they work with clients over the age of 65, and how they use the GYROTONIC® Method and GYROKINESIS Method to help seniors maintain their health and fitness. Here’s what they had to say… Mariarosa Guglielmi GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® Master Trainer Mexico City, Mexico Seniors can safely participate in well designed and […]

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Tips For Trainers, By Trainers: Creating a Successful Studio

Tips For Trainers // September 08, 2015

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.

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Tips for Trainers, By Trainers: Teaching Group Classes

Tips For Trainers // August 06, 2015

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.

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