Juliu Horvath, creator of The Gyrotonic Expansion System, a holistic approach to movement that improves strength and flexibility, understood that.
What does GES stand for?
GES stands for Gyrotonic Expansion System (holistic health care)
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- Government Electronic Systems
- Greenbrook Elementary School
- Greentown Elementary School (North Canton, OH City Schools)
- Grenada Elementary School (Grenada, California)
- Grid Energy Storage
- Ground Earth Station
- Ground Engineering System
- Groupe d'Étude de la Scoliose
- GTN (Global Transportation Network) Exercise Support (Ustranscom)
- GTN (Global Transportation Network) Exercise System
- Global Evaluation Scale of Disability Assessment Schedule (WHO)
- General Electric Supervisory Association
- General Electronics Services Australia (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)
- General Equipment Support Activity
- Generating Expectations for Student Achievement (educational program; various locations)
- Global Energy Security Analysis (professional magazine)
- Grid Economic Services Architecture
- Groupement Européen des Sociétés d’Auteurs et Compositeurs (French: European Grouping of Societies of Authors and Composers)
- Xiamen Golden Egret Special Alloy Co. Ltd. (various locations)
- Groupement pour l'Etude des Sciences d'Avant-Garde (French: Avant-Garde Science Study Group; Belgium)
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Madonna is also a fan of the gyrotonic expansion system, said to have been developed by an injured male ballet dancer.
The machine and methodology he developed is called the Gyrotonic Expansion System.
The Gyrotonic expansion system may look like a medieval torture device but it promises to tone, tighten, stretch limbs and give a leaner shape.
The equipment, full name gyrotonic expansion system, was developed by Romanian ballet dancer Juliu Hovath to help performers prepare for the stage.
The Gyrotonic Expansion System is said to stretch and strengthen muscles.