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Regarding the Gyrotonic workout

Regarding the Gyrotonic workout

Alison Shulman has always been active, whether hiking, cycling, or practicing yoga. But in 2012, thanks to arthritis and hypermobile joints, the 51-year-old reached a point where participating in any of them was impossible and even walking was painful. Looking for a solution, she sought out the advice of her physical therapist, who turned her onto a rather odd-sounding form of exercise: the Gyrotonic technique.

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Last modified onThursday, 10 August 2017 05:06

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  • ChayaVeda Integrative Healing Arts
    ChayaVeda Integrative Healing Arts Thursday, 10 August 2017 09:30 Comment Link

    I had the great fortune to know Juliu Horvath. Like Dancers, we know things about the body in a way that others don't, and we share them with each other because we share the love of dance and the pain and grief of not being able to. Juliu was a self taught healer that healed many dancers in NYC. He was a sought after, self taught accupuncturist as well, and the only one who understood and remedied my back and hip pain. I experienced early on, that training is not necessarily the key to healing, though non training is not either. It is a key called love and a deep connection to the subject, that unlocks the healing potential and I will always be grateful to Julio for what he taught me about myself and the healing process.

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