GYROTONIC® exercises offer complete freedom of movement. Exercises are performed on the Professional Pulley Tower, and the system is fully adjustable and can meet the needs of many people with varying body types and levels of strength.


Allows users to stretch and stren...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fulfillment in life is related to how well you are living in alignment with what's truly important to you. Do your decisions emerge from the essence of who you are--not from who you think you should be? Take this quiz to see how well you are living a life tha...

Meet Eric Franklin, the creator of the method that combines imagery, embodied anatomy and teaching skills.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

…How often have you invested in a personal growth training to try to improve something you felt you were not good at? 

 

Perhaps it was marketing, sales, personnel management or public speaking. For most of us, trying to improve our weak areas in operating our business o...

 

“Dance like there’s a hurricane inside your body.” “Walk as if you’re wearing heavy boots.” “Wave your arm like you’re painting a rainbow on the ceiling.” These are examples of imagery, one of a dance teacher’s best tools. Imagery can be used to correct technique, eli...

  • Stop criticizing yourself. When you criticize yourself, your changes are negative. When you approve of yourself, your changes are positive.

  • Be gentle with yourself. Praise yourself and support yourself.

  • Love your negatives. Acknowledge that they fulfill...

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