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Gyrotonic Case Study Recruitment #1

LOOKING FOR PARTICIPANTS WITH BACK, HIP, AND/OR KNEE PAIN FOR CASE STUDY Contact Kindall to participate or visit the Case Study Recruitment Page.  Back, hip, and knee pain are quite common and could be caused by factors such as Scoliosis, improper rehabilitation, or poor postural alignment. Learn how the GYROTONIC® method can help you decompress the joints,…

May 12, 2016
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Take Home Tips #1: For Dancers

Here are a few tips my dance clients receive during and after a GYROTONIC® class that I would like to share. These tips are essentially all taught during a dance class, however, private and semi-private training allows an individual to focus on the areas that need more improvement to provide even more depth…

March 1, 2016
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My Gyrotonic ‘Infused’ Well-Being Routine

Are you a practitioner of the GYROTONIC® Method and/or the GYROKINESIS® Method or curious about how to incorporate these methods into your daily routine?  There are a number of ways to practice both of these methods on and off the equipment (which have seriously changed my life). From being a GYROTONIC® trainer and dancer for many years, intertwining the GYROTONIC® Method…

August 26, 2015
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Why is Lady Gaga Training with the Gyrotonic Method?

Never thought I’d write a “celebrity” post but it’s seems completely unavoidable these days. Although it’s in the best possible way as these well-known figures seem to be enjoying some of my favorite things in life: Cronuts and the GYROTONIC® Method. So, why is GYROTONIC® exercise, once again, making the headlines amongst Celebrities…

August 6, 2015
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Arch and Curl: A Way to Spinal Health

Why do we Arch and Curl in the GYROKINESIS® and GYROTONIC® Method? Here are a few points on how arching and curling can help maintain a healthy spine. Mobilizes the Spine Why mobilize you say? To helps stretch the thoracic spine and reduce back pain. Think about how much gravity can…

June 23, 2015