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Tutor: Rosaria Gracia
Location: Evolution Arts, 2 Sillwood Terrace, Brighton & Hove BN1 2LR
Next start dates:  
Thursday 12 April (4 weeks)
Thursday 12 July (4 weeks)


Gyrokinesis is a movement method that gently works the entire body, opening energy pathways, stimulating the nervous system, increasing range of motion, and creating functional strength through rhythmic, flowing movement sequences.

You can attend this session without prior experience of this system. It is a group session so just come along with comfortable clothing and water.

Each class begins on a chair with a gentle warm up sequence to awaken the senses, and stimulate the nervous system. This is followed by a series of fluid spinal motions which increase range of motion, and prepare the body to explore more complex movements with agility, and ease. Class continues on the floor with exercises that expand on the spinal motions, gradually adding more complex sequences, incorporating more movements of the hips, shoulders, hands and feet. The floor exercises are followed by a rhythmic standing sequence that incorporates balance, and cardiovascular exercises; then ends with a calming, unwinding sequence designed to prepare the body and mind to reintegrate with the everyday world.


About the tutor

Dr. Rosaria M. Gracia is a dance artist and movement specialist with over 20 years experience.

She is a certified instructor in:

·          GYROKINESIS (2016) (including Pre-Training, Foundation, Apprenticeship Review - Apprenticeship and Certification – June 2017)

·         GYROTONIC Pre-Post Natal (2014)

·         GYROTONIC Psoas Principles (2013)

·         GYROTONIC Level 1 (2011) (including Pre-Training, Foundation, Apprenticeship review and Certification)

Rosaria has also studied The Dorn Method for Back Pain, Marma Therapy and the Mimi Fascial Muscle Care Technique which she teaches when appropriate to provide a rounder session. 

She is also a Chrysalis Effect practitioner so she is equipped to support clients with M.E., CFS and Fibromyalgia.