The Gyrotonic Method is an original and unique movement method that addresses the entire person by opening energy pathways, stimulating the nervous system, increasing range of motion, and improving strength and movement efficiency. With Gyrotonic exercises, each movement flows into the next, allowing the joints to move through a natural range of motion without jarring or compression. These carefully crafted sequences create balance, efficiency, strength and flexibility.
The Gyrotonic Method utilizes specialized equipment to guide, assist and challenge the exerciser.
People from all walks of life take Gyrotonic classes, including fitness enthusiasts, senior citizens, accomplished athletes and people recovering from an injury or living with a disability. Gyrotonic exercises help athletes improve their performance and rehabilitation clients recover more quickly and fully post injury.
The Gyrotonic Method is practiced in group or private classes under the instruction of a qualified Gyrotonic Trainer.
Injury or debilitating disease can have a profound impact on both our physical ability and our mental robustness as we strive to return to previous form or simply to increase our range of motion.
In conjunction with your medical practitioner, physical therapist or osteopath, KiwiStudio uses the GYROTONIC® method to work on rehabilitation and maintenance of your muscles, joints and ligaments to return you to strength and extend your movements.
As you perform each set of exercises, focusing on the breath stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, promoting a sense of calm and reducing stress
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 that coordinates movement, breath and mental focus.
The Gyrokinesis Method is practiced on a mat and chair without equipment. Without the feedback and guidance of equipment, participants in a Gyrokinesis class are more dependent on their own proprioception to explore movement sequences.