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10:00 - 15.07.2023 - Studio nr 4 - 30 zł / registration - more


10:00 - 15.07.2023 - 30 zł / registration - more

A Gyrokinesis class is a non-impact, low-intensity workout that uses specialized equipment to help you improve your flexibility, strength, and range of motion. The exercises are designed to be fluid and continuous, and they focus on using your breath to coordinate your movements.

A typical Gyrokinesis class will begin with a warm-up that focuses on mobilizing your joints and getting your blood flowing. You will then move on to a series of exercises that target different muscle groups. The exercises are often performed in a circular or spiral pattern, which helps to improve your spinal alignment and range of motion. As you move through the exercises, your instructor will guide you on how to breathe properly. This is an important part of Gyrokinesis, as it helps to oxygenate your muscles and improve your performance. Gyrokinesis is a great way to improve your overall fitness and well-being. It is a low-impact workout that is gentle on your joints, but it is still challenging enough to help you build strength and flexibility. If you are looking for a new way to get in shape, I encourage you to try a Gyrokinesis class.

Here are some of the benefits of Gyrokinesis:
Improves flexibility and range of motion
Strengthens muscles and joints
Improves balance and coordination
Reduces stress and tension
Improves posture
Promotes relaxation and well-being

At the end of the class, you will cool down with a series of stretches. This helps to prevent muscle soreness and helps your body to recover from the workout.

About dancers:

Rio Kikuchi, was born in Tokyo, Japan. At age of 3, Rio began ballet training at Studio Benus in Japan and later she was introduced to Tap and Jazz. She took Summer Intensive at Kirov Academy of Ballet of Washington DC in 2015. She also studied Ballet technic and Point work privately with Luis Villanueva. In 2017, Rio moved to New York and was offered Scholarship to study at The School of
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. In addition, she received a scholarship at Alonzo King Lines Ballet Summer Program in 2019. She has worked with Ronni Favors, Darshan Singh Bhuller and peformed “Memora” with Alvin Ailey Dance Theater at New York City Center in 2018.  Rio started studying Gyrotonics in 2018 and is now a certified Gyrokinesis instructor.

Esteban Santamaria is from Colón, Panamá, graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BFA in dance from the "Universidad de Panamá" and from "The Ailey School". Esteban is a former company member of the "Ballet Nacional de Panamá" and “Graham 2”. Esteban also performed with the “Martha Graham Dance company” in Europe.

Emma Branson began dancing at Tri-Cities Academy of Ballet in Richland, Washington under the direction of Debra Pearse Rogo. Augmenting her dance education, Emma attended summer dance intensives such as the Jacob’s Pillow Contemporary Program, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Paul Taylor Dance Company, American Ballet Theater, and The Juilliard School. Emma is a recent graduate
of the Boston Conservatory at Berklee on scholarship where she earned her B.F.A in Contemporary Dance Performance as well as represented as the Wendy McCain Dance Scholar Recipient. While finishing her studies during her senior year, Emma was an apprentice with Complexions
Contemporary Ballet where she performed Dwight Rhoden’s works all over the U.S. and Europe. Emma has worked in choreographic residencies with and performed works by Dwight Rhoden, Helen Pickett, Francesca Harper, Maleek Washington, Margo Sappington, Rex Wheeler, Daniel Pelzig, and more.

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