Gyrotonic Expansion Tower

The Gyrotonic method is an orginal, and unique movement practice which has roots in Yoga, Tai Chi, and dance. Gyrotonic exercise sequences are composed of spiraling, circular movements, which flow together seamlessly in rhythmic repetitions, with corresponding breath. WIth Gyrotonic exercises, each movement flows into the next, allowing the joints to move through a natural range of motion without jarring or compression. These carefully crafted sequences create balance, efficiency, strength and flexibility.

Specialized Equipment
The body is designed to work as one harmonious system,to follow arcing and spiraling paths of motion, and to transition from one movement to the next smoothly, and efficiently. Gyrotonic method creator, Juliu Horvath , designed a specialized line of equipment around these natural movement patterns of the human body.

Because Gyrotonic equipment is highly adjustable, it can be customized to fit each persons unique physique, and ability, adapting for things such as height, arm and leg length and physical ability.

For Everyone
Gyrotonic classes can be adapted to fit anyone’s ability. The Gyrotonic method is practiced by people from all walks of life, including ccomplished athletes and dancers, college students, baby boomers, senior citizens, and people with disabilities.

Releasing Your Spine with the P500

Want to look and feel your best? Well we can help!

When you are at Inspiring Motion Laguna laying on your little red P500 ball doing your wonderful ‘Sacrum Massage’ and achieving your neutral spine – have you ever wondered what your sacrum is? Well it’s a large triangular bone at the base of the lower spine. Its broad upper part joins the lowest lumbar vertebrae and its narrow lower part joins the coccyx or “tail bone”. The sacrum is wedged between the coxal bones of the pelvis and the sides are connected to the iliums (the largest bones forming the pelvis) The five vertebrae that make up the sacrum are separated in early life, but gradually become fused together between the eighteenth and thirtieth years – get the picture? (When I do my sacrum massage I am actually wondering what my tail might look like if I had one! I think it would be very long and curl at the end! What might yours look like? – Ed.)

We look forward to seeing you soon.
To your health!
Your team at Inspiring Motion Laguna