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At Scenekunstklinikken, we offer bespoke personal training in private or duet Gyrotonic classes. This is ideal for people who want a tailored approach, who have a specific injury or problem to address, or who want to learn more deeply than is possible in a group class. 

Gyrotonic method works not only on deep core strength but also the breathing, stimulating neural pathways, de-compressing joints and increasing range of motion. The circular and spiral movements work the entire body, developing increased body awareness, co-ordination, core strength and joint mobility, without any jarring or strain. It is a unique holistic mind-body workout that works on the muscles, nervous system, the fascia, the lymphatic system and overall emotional wellbeing.

GYROTONIC® training for dancers & athletes

Gyrotonic method is ideal cross training or rehabilitation for dancers and athletes because it helps you to work smarter, increase control and resilience and distribute force. Training can be non weight bearing and works on whole body rehabilitation.

Gyrotonic training is now being used worldwide by dancers in companies such as The Royal Ballet, Scottish Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, San Francisco Ballet & Boston Ballet.

  • Ballet dancers

  • Contemporary dancers

  • Ballroom dancers

  • Musical theatre dancers

Many sports professionals such as Tom Daley, Andy Murray, Charles Tillman & Carl Lewis have also discovered the benefits of Gyrotonic training.

  • Athletes

  • Golfers

  • Tennis players

  • Footballers & Rugby players

  • Swimmers & Divers

  • Cyclists & Horse riders

  • Martial artists & boxers


Gyrotonic training improves performance because the system develops dynamic, functional movement in multiple planes, co-ordination, breath control, flexibility and core strength.

Many other training systems work muscle groups individually and in 2 dimensions, but Gyrotonic method works the whole body in 3 dimensions, incorporating rotational movements, working muscles, joints & fascia. High level performance whether in sport, dance, martial arts or athletics, requires this dynamic, 3-dimensional, neuromuscular function.

The focus on full body connection, and flowing movement patterns of the Gyrotonic method, work on distributing force and motion throughout the body, relieving individual joints and muscles from undue stress. By applying this type of training the body becomes a supple spring able to respond to different situations with resilience. This helps dancers and athletes not to overuse certain muscles such as hip flexors and to find the most efficient way for their body to perform to its full extent.

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