Trainers

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Crispin Redhead

Crispin is a GYROTONIC® MASTER Trainer and a GYROTONIC® Pre-Trainer. He is certified on all the specialized pieces of equipment that GYROTONIC® exercise uses. Crispin studied GYROTONIC® therapeutic applications with physiotherapist Paul Horvath in New York City.

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Leni Calosing

Leni is a certified GYROTONIC®, GYROKINESIS®, and GYROTONIC® specialized equipment instructor and certified in GYROTONIC® therapeutic applications for shoulder girdle & pelvic girdle. Leni has been passionate about movement and dance since childhood. She loved ice-skating, ballet and horseback riding. After studying art history and modern languages at McGill University, she continued her love of dance and acting at Circle in the Square Theatre School in NY.

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Angela Blumberg

Originally from Germany, Angela has taught GYROTONIC® exercise for over a decade. As a dancer Angela has experienced the benefits of GYROTONIC® exercise first-hand, including injury prevention, improved alignment and finding deep muscular support.

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Nancy Greyeyes

Nancy danced with Feld Ballets/NY, The Cleveland/San Jose Ballet, the Alberta Ballet and the Wilkes-Barre Ballet Theatre and is an award winner at the prestigious New York International Ballet Competition (1987). She has performed principal roles in Eliot Feld’s A Footstep of Air, The Jig Is Up, and Bloom’s Wake, Agnes de Mille’s Rodeo, The Moor’s Pavane by Jose Limón, Roland Petit’s Carmen and Serenade and Donizetti Variations by George Balanchine.
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Kent Chapman

Kent has been a certified GYROTONIC® trainer since 2012. Drawn to the movement form by its clean and supportive articulation of the many dynamic ranges of motion found with in the human body. A practising massage therapist since 2008, Kent focus revolves around the continuity of control necessary in order to protect and hone the flexibility and strength that facilitates an active and expansive lifestyle.
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Susan Howard

Sue’s approach to teaching is for her clients to reignite their own joy and pleasure of movement in their bodies in a way they may not have felt for a long time. Her message is to embrace self acceptance, and encourage empowerment of one’s own healing ability with alternate options for moving.