Personal attention in learning and practicing this newer movement approach is the hallmark of GYROKINESIS® in the Ando Studio. The majority of GYROKINESIS® exercises are done in sitting, which allows those with balance and lower extremity problems to participate fully. This type of exercise is excellent for body awareness and exploring options of movement and improving balance where the fluidity of movement is emphasized.

GYROKINESIS® Private Sessions

One-on-one instruction for one hour. Excellent for the beginner with no prior experience in this technique, as well as those who may want or need extra instruction in any aspect of the work.

GYROKINESIS® Group Classes

One instructor working with 1 – 7 clients at a time. Ongoing group classes are offered mornings and evenings during the week.

Not sure? Questions?

Call the Ando Studio at 714.974.0330 to arrange for a free exercise consultation to have us help you choose the right type of instruction to help you reach your wellness and fitness goals.

GYROKINESIS® Background Information

After experiencing many personal struggles and chronic illnesses, Juliu Horvath spent many years in self-exploration and study. These experiences not only led him to true healing, but he was also inspired to create a movement system that offers the same benefits offered by yoga, dance, gymnastics, swimming and tai chi, but is not derived from these other exercise modalities.

GYROKINESIS® exercises allow one to work on the entire body through seven natural elements of spinal movement: forward, backward, left side, right side, left twist, right twist and circular, as well as all other joint articulation. This approach systematically and gently works the joints and muscles through rhythmic and undulating movements. These movements stimulate the body’s internal organs while different corresponding breathing patterns are integrated along with the movements.

Fluidity is the key. Postures are not held for long periods of time. Instead, postures are smoothly and harmoniously connected through the use of breath, making exercises appear and feel more like a dance and swimming than like traditional yoga.