Lämpimästi tervetuloa kaikille avoimeen GYROKINESIS® treeniin LA 2.10. klo 15-17 TSC-Studiolla, Kaapelitehtaalla!

Hinta 15€ / 2h treeni

Linkin maksuun löydät täältä.

Lisätietoja GYROKINESIS® metodista löydät täältä: https://www.gyrotonic.com/about/gyrokinesis-method/

Sekä lisäksi Kinesteetikot ry:n syksyn kurssin kuvauksesta alla.

Treeni aloitetaan havainnollisen psykosomaattisen pedagogiikan harjoitteilla.

Ohjaajana Ingrid André.

*** This course is held in English with a possibility for Finnish and Swedish, if needed.

*** There are no spots available spots in the studio at the moment, but you can still participate online. Please choose the right product at the web shop.

*** The recording of each session will be available for all the participants for one week after each training day.



The course is suitable for professional physical performers, such as actors, dancers and circus artists, as well as non-professionals interested in developing physical awareness and healthy movement patterns.

During the course we will explore and strengthen movement patterns based on three-dimensional spirals through clearly guided exercises and apply the idea of spirals into movement in space. In addition to the movement exercises the workshop will also develop skills of introspective physical and emotional perception that can be a very useful tool in both professional and private life.


This course will focus on basic principles of the GYROKINESIS® method, created by dancer Juliu Horvath, and explore how these principles could be applied to ‘what moves us’, both as dancers and as beings in interaction with the world around. GYROKINESIS® is a movement method that addresses the entire body, opening energy pathways, stimulating the nervous system, increasing range of motion, and creating functional strength through rhythmic, flowing movement sequences. GYROKINESIS® makes multidimensional movement available by building support through the spine while awakening the full length of the body through spiraling and lengthening pathways.

Article about the GYROKINESIS® and GYROTONIC® methods: https://www.gyrotonic.com/unlocking-awareness-with-the…/   



This course will also include exercises from PERCEPTUAL PSYCHOPEDAGOGY ‘The Sensible pathway’, created by PhD researcher Danis Bois. Bridging the gap between a purely physical and a purely psychological approach, this psychosomatic tuning method addresses the fascia, a continuous web of fibrous tissue that permeates the entire body and embodies a person’s form, habits, history, memories, and movement patterns. Via a series of introspective skills, one will learn to tune into perception of the fascia not only to release tension and assist movement abilities, but also to be ‘touched’ by new understandings directly from the biographic body.

The course will allow time to explore the different applications of the methods while moving in space as well as make time for an open discussion at the end of each day.


SAT 11.9. at 14.30 – 18.00
SUN 12.9. at 11.00 – 15.00
SAT 18.9. at 15.00 – 17.30
SAT 25.9. at 15.00 – 17.30

(Extra training sessions on SAT 2.9. and SAT 9.9. at 11.00-13.00.)


90 € / members (+25 € annual member fee)
120 € / non-members

HOLVI webshop:

(Please choose if you want to participate in the studio or online, thank you!)

After you have made the payment the registration is binding.

*** The price includes the four day course (12,5h) and two extra training sessions (4h). The extra training sessions are facilitated by the association founders Johanna Nuutinen and/or Jarkko Lehmus on SAT 2.10. and SAT 9.10. During the extra training sessions we will review the course content and investigate applications of the tasks further.


Tero Saarinen Company studio
Cable Factory
(Tallberginkatu 1E, 3rd floor)
Online via ZOOM platform.



Ingrid André is a Helsinki-based dancer, visual artist, GYROKINESIS® and GYROTONIC® method teacher (level1) and currently studying for a Master in Perceptual psychopedagogy in Brussels, Belgium. As a dancer, Ingrid has worked with various companies and choreographers like Skånes Dansteater with Örjan Andersson in Malmö, Philipp Egli in Zürich, Amgod collective in Brussels, and Karolina Ginman in Helsinki. She is working across the medium of dance/corporeal thinking, painting, soft sculptures, and installation work. Ingrid is currently involved in various collaborations and labs within the arts both in Helsinki as well as in France and Sweden.