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 I believe we live in a world in which we are slowly loosing connection with our bodies and I am convinced that, by enhancing this connection, we may be able to achieve greater wellbeing. My mission is to support people in discovering, exploring and enhancing this connection. 


In this website, you will find all the information about my GYROKINESIS® lessons.

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Gyrokinesis exercise

GYROKINESIS® is a registered trademark of GYROTONIC® Sales Corp. and is used with their permission.


What is the

The Gyrokinesis method is a holistic 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 method, created by dancer Juliu Hovarth, explores the different movement possibilities of the spine, building spinal support to make more movement possibilities available to its practitioners. The Gyrokinesis method enhances the connections of within the body, increasing body control and awareness, and bringing a deep sense of well-being to its practitioners.


The Gyrokinesis exercises are practiced with a chair or stool, in a mat or standing. The method differentiates itself from other movement practices in that it promotes a fluid movement - instead of static positions - with multidimentional patterns - as opposed to linear movements.

Online Options

  • Free Intro Lesson

    Free option to learn the basics of the Gyrokinesis Method
    Valid for one month
    • 30-min free intro session video
    • Access to our newsletter
  • Online Course

    GYROKINESIS® method course / 7 videos
    Valid for 3 months
    • 30-min intro lesson
    • Lesson 1: Basic shapes
    • Lesson 2: Flow and breath
    • Lesson 3: Squeezing breath
    • Lesson 4: Standing series and psoas stretch
    • Lesson 5: Spiralling
    • Lesson 6: Movement quality and flow
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