Happy 1st of April, internet world!
Hope no one fooled you too badly today. I have been very excited to get this blog rolling. Thank you to everyone for the positive energy and London for the sunshine and flowers.
For those of you who may or may not know, I am a certified GYROTONIC® trainer and contemporary ballet dancer who has been living in London for the last 4 years. I have also studied Dance Science at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. My passions are movement, fitness, well-being, dance, and sharing them all with you.
Today’s post will be a little recap of what will be in store for the rest of my blogging life. I have created this ‘highly exposed electronic source’ to share and acknowledge the importance of taking care of the body and mind through experience, research and the GYROTONIC® Method.
I wanted to a space where I can break down the facts and, most importantly, make the Gyrotonic Method and everything else in between accessible to you (which means loads of discounts, workshops, feature blogs, and other great stuff).
Over the coming months, the points I mention below will be explained in full, but I would like to, firstly, pick out some key points to share about the Gyrotonic Method.
Top facts about the Gyrotonic Method:
It makes you feel great
Some of the top athletes in the world are using it
It’s easier than it looks (honest!)
It helps with posture, core strength and flexibility
It mobilizes spine
Encourages flow of energy
What does this mean for you?
it can be a part of cross-training
suitable for injury recovery
will find overall improvement in other areas (such as running or even walking)
a more calmer and happier you
How can you start?
Londoners can contact me to inquire about bookings. Studio locations are listed under the ‘Take A Class‘ page.
Not in London? Or need another location?
Not a problem, Gyrotonic is available globally. You can find a studio nearest you here.
Well, that is actually it for today. Thank you again for tuning in! I am really looking forward to blowing up your news feed.
Until next time,