About Jackson Kellogg

Jackson was born in the northwest of the United States where he lived until the age of 15.  He then moved to New York where he did the bulk of his high school and University education.  Jackson began his career teaching the Gyrotonic methodology directly after finishing University.  He lived for a brief period in Boulder-Colorado and for two years in Miami-Florida gaining experience as a teacher and completing many of the basic Gyrotonic and Gyrokinesis educational courses.  In 2006 he moved back to New York to work at Gyrotonic Manhattan, where he developed himself and others through the support of a vast New York city community.  In 2010 he began his international teaching career, which spanned many countries across Europe and Asia, and at that time he also earned the title of Master Trainer in both the Gyrotonic and Gyrokinesis methods.  Since 2013 he has had the great joy to demonstrate for the founder Juliu Horvath in his educational courses.  He also has modeled for many of the educational DVD's the GYROTONIC EXPANSION SYSTEM®. has released which are included as part of the teacher training process.  In addition, he has also been very privileged to assist Juliu Horvath in re-organizing and developing the educational material on such pieces of equipment as the Archway and the Jumping Stretching Board.  He now resides in Athens, Greece.  Jackson is able to conduct all of the teacher training courses in both the Gyrotonic and Gyrokinsis educational programs and he regularly travels internationally to teach. 

 

Personal Acknowledgments.

 

"From the very beginning of working with the GYROTONIC EXPANSION SYSTEM® I have been blessed to meet and learn from so many profound and amazing individuals.  In the beginning my own mother introduced me to the work and encouraged me greatly to pursue a career teaching.  Soon after the wonderful founders of Gyrotonic Boulder (Lindsey Hanson Sturm and Diane Isreal) influenced me with their amazing sense of positivity and humility.  Following them I met Sebastian Plettenberg who would inspire me and give me the foundation of my education.  Sebastian also introduced me to Geta Constaninescu who invited me to move to Miami and carried on my development as well helped me begin teaching at Miami City Ballet and Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet.  Geta was a major influence to me as a teacher and person and introduced me to Juliu Horvath and Gina Muensterkoetter whom I have spent the majority of the recent years studying with.  There are so many other teachers and students who have had played very important roles in my life over the years, and my gratitude to all of them grows with each and every day."