Dimensions: 96" tall, 41" wide, 67" long
An ordinary painter's ladder provided the inspiration for what later became the Gyrotonic Archway, and while experimenting with the painter's ladder, Juliu Horvath envisioned and developed a multitude of exercises that users could perform on such a structure. The unique qualities of the ladder shape allow users to stretch and strengthen certain muscle groups that would otherwise be more difficult to access if the movements were attempted on other structures, and recent additions such as a rotating propeller and adjustable arms make the Gyrotonic Archway a truly unique piece of exercise equipment.
For personal or professional use;Certified Gyrotonic Trainers need to complete the Archway Foundation Course to become licensed to teach clients professionally on this machine. Please use the Studio Finder or Training Finder to find a studio offering Archway training.