Gyrotonic Studio Opens New Location in Highland Park




SPYRL Chicago, a Gyrotonic studio that offers individual and group sessions, is now open in its new, light-filled location at 1781 Green Bay Road, in Highland Park, serving all of Chicagoland. They are currently offering a special three-class promotion for new clients, for individuals and groups of five and 10 participants.

        Director Amy Pena has worked with many elite athletes and celebrities. Gyrotonic is a revolutionary movement system that incorporates a series of gentle circular movements of yoga, tai chi, gymnastics, dance and swimming, performed on specialized equipment to simultaneously stretch and strengthen the entire body with minimal effort.

        Gyrotonic is ideal for people of all ages and abilities, and anyone seeking to increase their overall strength, flexibility, range of motion and athletic performance. Athletes, fitness enthusiasts, golfers, dancers, swimmers, runners, seniors and rehabilitation clients find that the system effects quicker and fuller recovery after an injury.

Location: 1781 Green Bay Rd., south of Central Ave. in downtown Highland Park. For more information, call 847-348-0822 or visit SPYRLChicago.com. See ad on page 13 and in the Community Resource Guide.

 

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