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GYROTONIC, GYROTONIC & LOGO and GYROKINESIS are registered trademarks of Gyrotonic Sales Corp and are used with their permission.

My name is Lisa Cleverton and I offer members of the public the opportunity to exercise using the GYROTONIC EXPANSION SYSTEM® and Gyrokinesis exercise. I opened my studio in 2006 it is the first in Bath and one of only a few situated in the South West of England. Come to exercise in a welcoming tranquil environment in the heart of Bath.

My clients choose Gyrotonic Exercise to enjoy the personal attention whilst exercising with conditions such as back pain, shoulder & neck problems, pre & post hip replacement, arthritis, ME, ankylosing spondylitis, pre & post pregnancy, or simply to improve their posture,strength and mobility.

Gyrotonic Exercise is great for creating a safe environment for gradual sustainable physical changes that you can so rarely experience in other ways of exercising.

Regaining physical alignment encouraging a fitter, healthier and balanced body and mind for all ages and abilities. Explore moving in way your have never experienced before & enjoy becoming more functional.

This website is designed to introduce you to Gyrotonic and explain its many benefits.


If you have any questions about Gyrotonic please e-mail Lisa at info@lisacleverton1.co.uk



The GYROTONIC EXPANSION SYSTEM® was invented by Juliu Horvath in the 1980’s. It incorporates influences from Yoga, Swimming, Dance, Tai Chi and Gymnastics.


Gyrotonic exercise is weight assisted and uses three-dimensional movements, and is unique in comparison to other conventional ways of exercising.


The exercises incorporate breathing techniques, which are synchronized with the symmetrical sequences encouraging co ordination, balancing the muscles equally and increasing the range of movement.


Focusing on creating strong core stability the movements mobilize the spine by performing smooth rhythmical, spiralling and rotational exercises.

The movements are low impact and therefore causing no undue stress on the body. read more...


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