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GYROKINESIS® features elements similar to yoga and dance, but unlike yoga, you won't stay in certain poses or positions for long. Instead, this method focuses on rotational movements that flow from one to the next. Classes are typically taught seated on a bench or stool and may also include some floor work. The motion patterns systematically and gently exercise the spine and joints in a circular way, creating a musculature that is strong but supple, says Matt Aversa, vice president of Gyrotonic International Headquarters.
Search for a studio near you to try a class, or try a GYROKINESIS DVD at home by visiting Gyrotonic.com. (Want to view a few sessions first? Watch this GYROKINESIS workout featured on Live! With Regis and Kelly.)
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