Jane Gotch has been teaching movement since the age of ten. 

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She was an in-school teaching artist with Kansas City Young Audiences and a resident teacher at CS 1 for 11 years. She has conducted in-school programs with with over 15,000 students in the Kansas City Metro Area.

Her strength as a teacher is her ability, through movement, to ignite a confidence and drive to learn in her students (young and old). The belief she holds for her students’ creativity models a path for them to believe in it themselves. It is her hope that they can carry this confidence, drive, and creativity into all aspects of their life.


GYROTONIC®& Gyrokinesis®

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Jane Gotch

  • Toronto and Kansas City based

  • Owner of GYROTONIC® Kansas City Center

  • Certified GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® Trainer

  • Authorized GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® Pre-Trainer

  • Certified on all 5 pieces of GYROTONIC® Equiptment and Level 2 Programs

  • Certified in GYROTONIC® for Golfers by Rasmussen Golf

  • Specializes in injury prevention, rehabilitation, sport and dance specific training

Jane has been studying and teaching the GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® methods since 2001. She taught private and group sessionsin New York, California, Israel, and India. She conducted the first GYROTONIC® educational programs in Kansas City, Israel and India. She is dedicated to continually learning more about the human body, the GYROTONIC® methodology, and movement. She has studied with Juliu Horvath the creator of the GYROTONIC® method, Karen Mullen, and many other Master Trainers.

She is currently enrolled in The Somatic Experiencing Practitioner training program. For more information visit www.traumahealing.org. She is accepting new students at her King West, Toronto location.

About GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS®:

Derived from the words gyro (spiral or circle) and tonic (to tone or invigorate), GYROTONIC®  is an exercise method designed to enhance the body’s range of motion, coordination, and stamina. Conceived from the key principles of yoga, martial arts, gymnastics, and ballet, the exercises are performed on specialized equipment designed around the human body.

Most conventional exercise machines work linear and isolated movement patterns, which create uncoordinated strength. GYROTONIC® equipment utilizes natural and integrated, circular movements which guide the muscles to flow smoothly between contraction and extension. This produces coordinated power, a strong center and balanced support throughout the entire skeletal system.

Each exercise is synchronized with the breath to create a gentle or vigorous cardiovascular-aerobic workout, while the graceful and rhythmic movements simultaneously strengthen and lengthen all of the major muscle groups and joints. Special attention is paid to decrease compression in the spine and improve its alignment.  This results in a well proportioned, long, lean body significantly less prone to injuries.

For more information please email Jane at jane.gotch@gmail.com