• 1144 10th Avenue, Suite 302 (map)
  • Honolulu, HI 96816
  • USA

GYROKINESIS® Foundation Training Course

In this program students learn to conduct two in-depth GYROKINESIS® class formats. The 138 hour program is composed of four sequential courses of which Foundation Training is the 2nd part of the program. It takes approximately 1 year to complete the full program and become a certified Gyrokinesis Trainer. For full program details, click here

  • Dates: November 14-18 & November 29-December 2, 2018
    • 9 days - 45 hours
  • Times:
    • Wednesday November 14th - 10a-5p
    • Thursdays - Saturdays 12p-7p
    • Sundays 10a-5p
    • a 2-hour break is given every day at the 3rd hour
  • Fees:
    • Studio Fee: $300 (due at time of registration as a deposit to hold your spot in the course; this is non-refundable)
    • Baseline Course Fee: $950
    • Total: $1,250

**Minimum of 5 participants to run the course. Registration closes on October 14, 2018.

To get the most out of your GYROKINESIS® method Teacher Training experience, we highly recommend that you enroll in GYROKINESIS® method one-on-one sessions or group classes on a regular basis leading up to and continuing through your course(s).

GYROTONIC®, GYROTONIC EXPANSION SYSTEM and GYROKINESIS® are registered trademarks of Gyrotonic Sales Corp and are used with their permission.

If you have any other inquiries please contact us: 

(808) 369-1992


For more information on the GYROTONIC® Expansion System, visit Gyrotonic.com.

About Tamara:

A native of Northern California, Tamara’s early education was in Art. Her influences include nature and visual, healing, dance & performance arts. SF, 1988 studying healing and movement, she began working as a chiropractic assistant to dance medicine specialist John DeRoy, D.C., founder of White Cloud West, the Bay Area’s premier gyrotonic center. 

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Tamara became a student of Gyrotonic Expansion System innovator Juliu Horvath in 1990, who promoted her to Master Trainer in 2000.

Director of White Cloud West, S.F., CA., 1992-2002, Tamara has also facilitated the development of many new gyrotonic facilities in the USA. Today she conducts Gyrotonic and Gyrokinesis Teachers Trainings. Inspired by nature, Tamara’s home is Hawaii Island.