Hong Kong’s Grace Lau Mo-sheung is incorporating the Gyrotonic Method into her training as she aims for a medal at the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: Jonathan Wong Hong Kong’s Grace Lau Mo-sheung is incorporating the Gyrotonic Method into her training as she aims for a medal at the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Hong Kong’s Grace Lau Mo-sheung is incorporating the Gyrotonic Method into her training as she aims for a medal at the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: Jonathan Wong

The Gyrotonic Method: how Hong Kong’s Grace Lau hopes dance-based exercise can enhance Olympic medal hopes

  • The 30-year-old karate kata specialist incorporates the system into training regime, hoping it will enhance her flexibility and muscles
  • Dawnna Wayburne, of Hong Kong’s Iso Fit, says the exercise – started by a Hungarian dancer – is becoming increasingly popular among elite athletes

Topic |   Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Hong Kong’s Grace Lau Mo-sheung is incorporating the Gyrotonic Method into her training as she aims for a medal at the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: Jonathan Wong Hong Kong’s Grace Lau Mo-sheung is incorporating the Gyrotonic Method into her training as she aims for a medal at the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Hong Kong’s Grace Lau Mo-sheung is incorporating the Gyrotonic Method into her training as she aims for a medal at the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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