One of London's top yoga and pilates studios, Triyoga, has recently dubbed Gyrotonc classes the "next big thing in wellness", predicting that Londoners will follow in the footsteps of Liv Tyler and Andy Murray to take up the exercise in 2019.
“That was something I started doing a lot more of when I had my back surgery. Really, that was the sort of time. I can’t afford any more surgeries like this. I need to start looking after my body much better than what I was."
Charles “Peanut” Tillman, former cornerback for the Chicago Bears, began his regular Gyrotonic exercise routine after suffering from a knee injury; Charles was looking for a way to increase his knee’s strength and mobility. Aside from seeing those results, Charles has also noticed that his other joints no longer pop, grind or give him discomfort