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Juliu Hovarth

GYROTONIC伸展系统® 是由美籍匈牙利人Juliu Horvath 先生创建的。Juliu Horvath 总结了多年的深入学习和探索,创造了GYROTONIC®器械和锻炼方法。这个独特的方法具有瑜伽,舞蹈,体操,游泳和太极锻炼的益处,但不是单纯的模仿。GYROTONIC® 在拉伸和强化肌肉的同时,刺激和加强关节周围的结缔组织。配合相应的呼吸模式,达到有氧心血管锻炼和神经肌肉的激活。

GYROTONIC® 锻炼具有完全的运动自主性。所有的动作在专业的悬吊系统上完成。动作难度完全可以根据参与者的能力和体型调整。从悬吊架产生的均匀持续的阻力,能够完全规避传统的器械训练的开始结束的不流畅性,这种不流畅性在某种程度上是很多运动伤害产生的原因。这项运动标志性的画圈,旋转和波浪动作形式是GYROTONIC EXPANSION SYSTEM® (GYROTONIC伸展系统®) 的特色,是增加脊柱功能,提高本体球面和三维知觉,和提高对称性的很好的方法。

The Gyrokinesis method 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. It is an original, and unique movement practice which has roots in Yoga, Tai Chi, gymnastics, and dance. Originally called yoga for dancers it is done on a small stool with enough room to turn freely in any direction.
The History
Gyrotonic Expansion System creator, Juliu Horvath, an ethnic Hungarian born Romania in 1942, developed the Gyrotonic Expansion System after his personal struggle with chronic pain and injury. Horvath was a swimmer and gymnast before becoming a ballet dancer in his early 20’s. He defected from Romania in 1970 while touring with his company in Italy. After spending 6 months in a refugee camp in Italy, Horvath was granted asylum in the United States, subsequently dancing professionally with the New York City Opera and the Houston Ballet
Horvath tore his Achilles tendon, and herniated a vertebral disc while dancing with the Houston Ballet, injuries that ended his dance career.  After these injuries, he moved back to New York City for a short time, where he began a regular yoga practice. Horvath moved to the Island of St Thomas in 1977. There he built a small, one-room hut in the mountains and, in an effort to rehabilitate his injuries, devoted the next six years to intensive yoga and meditation practices. During this period of intense self-study, Horvath began to develop what was once called “Yoga for Dancers” and has since evolved into the Gyrokinesis Method.
When Horvath left St. Thomas, he returned to New York City where he began to teach Yoga for Dancers. He established the first Gyrotonic studio-White Cloud Studio, in 1984. In the beginning, most of Horvath’s students were professional dancers. As demand for his classes grew, and the diversity of his clientele increased, he refined Yoga for Dancers, creating a class format that almost any person could perform, regardless of age or state of health. He named this refined version of Yoga for Dancers, the Gyrokinesis Method.
At White Cloud Studio, Horvath continued to develop and refine the method he created in St. Thomas. It was here where he began to develop the Gyrotonic Method, and made the first pieces of Gyrotonic equipment. As of 2013, Horvath continues to create new programming for the Gyrotonic and Gyrokinesis Methods. He also conducts teacher training courses internationally, continues to develop new Gyrotonic equipment, and continues to refine existing equipment designs. In 2013, the Gyrotonic Expansion System encompassed over 2500 Gyrotonic studios, with 7800 Gyrotonic, and Gyrokinesis Trainers practicing in 52 countries.
For more information about Juliu Horvath and the official GYROTONIC® website, visit www.gyrotonic.com.