Gyrotonic Exercise Classes Evansville IN

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(812) 437-7246
4411 Washington Ave # 100
Evansville, IN
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Club Fitness Zone the
(812) 425-4360
921 Main St
Evansville, IN
Deaconess Hospital
(812) 450-6026
600 Mary St
Evansville, IN
YMCA of Southwestern Indiana
(812) 423-9622
222 NW 6th St
Evansville, IN
Bob's Gym & Fitness Center
(812) 402-4775
8700 North Kentucky Avenue
Evansville, IN
Dr Joes Revolution
(812) 484-0102
915 Main St
Evansville, IN
Young Mens Christian Assn
(812) 423-9622
222 NW 6th St
Evansville, IN
Leaps and Pilate Studio
(812) 467-0717
220 NW 4th St
Evansville, IN
Cambridge Golf Club Maintenance
(812) 868-1280
801 Schroeder Rd
Evansville, IN
Club Fitness Zone
(812) 253-1100
222 Main Street
Evansville, IN
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Continuing Ed: Gyrotonic

The graceful Gyrotonic exercises are often compared to yoga and tai chi. Image courtesy of Kinespirit . By Nicole Rogers

For Pilates instructors looking to branch out into another movement method—or add variety to their studio offerings—the GYROTONIC EXPANSION SYSTEM® has become a popular choice. If you have yet to try it or are curious about learning more, read on.

Gyrotonic is a method of movement and an exercise system developed starting in the 1980s by Juliu Horvath. As with so many types of movement work, Gyrotonic was invented as a way to heal its founder’s own injuries. As a dancer, Horvath herniated three discs and suffered knee, shoulder and ankle injuries. He tried to rehab himself using Hatha yoga, which he felt injured him further. It was at this point that Horvath invented Gyrotonic intuitively by following what he refers to as “internal movement.” His pain diminished, and he lives a healthy, relatively pain-free life today.


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