Ewa Wilisowska

Ewa Wilisowska


Born in Prudnik (Poland) in 1986. Dance experience started  in  National Ballet  School  in Bytom in 1996 . Since 2011 Bachelof of Arts in Contemporary Stage Dance and Bachelor of Arts in Dace Pedagogy, Movement Studies. Since 2009 Certified Gyrokinesis Trainer. Between 2004 until now: participant of the pilotage program for New School for Performing Arts, created by Silesian Dance Theater in Bytom (Poland), member of CobosMika SEEDS Master Professional Dance Formation, cooperation with Hilke Diemer (NL), Peter Mika (SL), Iraxe Ansa (ES), Jordi Cortes (ES),Willy Dorner (AT), Editta Braun Company (AT), Georg Blaschke (AT), Annika Lutschin (AT), Jacek Gębura (PL), Musiktheater Linz in Fladermaus. Currently dance teacher in Landesmusikschule.



The Gyrokinesis method is a movement method that gently works the entire body, opening energy pathways stimulating the nervous system, increasing range of motion, and creating functional strength through rhythmic, flowing movement sequences. It is an original and unique movement practice which has roots in Yoga, Tai Chi, Swimming and Dance. Gyrokinesis increases flexibility, coordination, and balance. Enhances joint mobility and articulation, frees the body of pain and restrictions. Increases circulation of blood, lymphatic fluids and energy, increases body awareness. Gyrokinesis is using 7 natural spinal movements:

  • forward
  • backward
  • left & right side flexion
  • left twist (“rotation”)
  • right twist
  • circular

Dancers and no movers can benefit from this system. Rediscoverig the joy of movement. Moving freely.  Being comfortable in your body. Unlocking  limitless potential. With the practice of GYROKINESIS® the spine’s range of movement is increased immensely. As a result, small, barely used muscles (highly important for healthy posture) are rediscovered and stimulated. Important nerv information is, once again, able to travel, unrestricted through the nervous system. The body gently learns how to use and strengthen the right muscles for a good alignment.

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