Full Circle Movement in Truckee to host a Gyrotonic Educational Event
Full Circle Movement is hosting a Gyrotonic Educational Event on Wednesday, March 18, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Join the studio staff for an evening of interactive demonstrations and learn how Gyrotonic can enhance your life and fitness goals.
With a wide range of applications, from sport performance and rehabilitation, to body awareness and health, every unique body can benefit from these exercises. The benefits include core strengthening, body alignment, increased range of motion, coordination and balance and overall fitness. Long recognized in the professional dance world, Gyrotonic, like Pilates, is becoming increasingly appreciated among the general populace as a powerful tool in realizing strong, balanced bodies.
What is Gyrotonic? The Gyrotonic Expansion System is a methodology of decompressing the effects of daily stress and gravity on our bodies. Specially designed equipment is utilized in conjunction with a series of spherical-motion exercises to strengthen and lengthen the muscles surrounding any given joint. The body gains an amazing support mechanism, and a freedom of movement which lends a fluid quality to everyday motion. Ultimately, you should experience the exercises for yourself to truly appreciate this body-enhancing activity.
Full Circle Movement is a fully equipped Gyrotonic and Pilates studio, specializing in private and semi-private sessions, as well as group classes and massage. Owners Sarah Bailey, Paula Smith and Jen Fluharty combine a wealth of experience and excel in tailoring their knowledge to each individual’s unique needs.
The event is free to the public and all are welcome. The Full Circle Movement Studio is located in “The Rock,” at 11253 Brockway Road, suite #102, Truckee. For further information, call 530-587-3232.
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