Anneli Chasemore was born in Guildford, England to German/English parents. She trained as a professional ballet dancer at the Elmhurst Ballet School and at the English National Ballet School in London.
Her performing career includes companies such as the Norwegian National Ballet, Scottish Ballet and the Ballet Victor Ullate in Madrid. In Germany she danced with the Oper Chemnitz, Mainfranken Theater Würzburg and the Oper Halle.
Anneli first encountered GYROTONIC movement whilst dancing with the Scottish Ballet where it was already being used as a method to reduce injury levels and promote fitness. Later in her career, Anneli used the method as a rehabilitative measure to recover from a serious elbow injury, managing to restore her range of movement, and to return to dancing with a new quality to both her technique and artistry.
In 2009, Anneli was encouraged to embark upon the teacher trainer programe, and completed her foundation course with Master Trainer Gina Münsterkötter. She was certified in the Summer of 2012. During this time she began teaching the GYROTONIC method to her fellow dancers.
In 2012 wishing to deepen her knowledge, Anneli embarked on a Masters in Dance Science at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, graduating with an MSc from the University of London. During this period she was employed as a GYROTONIC trainer in two London studios.
In January 2014 she was invited by Master trainer Beatriz Pascual to teach at Studio 74, London.
During this period she also taught in Berlin, and decided in September 2014 to open her own studio in Berlin Schöneberg. Anneli is also qualified to teach pre and post natal GYROTONIC and became a Level 2 trainer in 2015 and a Jumping Stretching Board instructor in 2016.
Anneli has worked closely with Paul Horvath and has qualifications in both GYROTONIC for scoliosis and GYROTONIC for the Pelvic girdle. She is very passionate about helping people return to optimal movement after injury and illness.
Anneli has co- founded and runs the "Health Department" at the Staatsballett Berlin which is dedicated to improving physical and mental health for the dancers of the company.
Rudolf Giglberger was born in 1986, and started his professional dance training at the age of 13. From 2006, he studied at the the Folkwang Univerity of the Artsin Essen, graduating with a Masters degree in June 2012. Subsequently, having been awarded a scholarship from the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), he chose to continue his studies at the Peridance Capezio Center in New York.
Whilst still a student, he gained performing experience as a guest dancer of the Tanztheater Münster and the Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, with whom he toured extensively throughout South America, Asia and Europe.
Rudolf discovered his love for GYROTONIC movement in 2007 and began regular intensive training. He became a certified GYROTONIC trainer in 2015.
Hinako Sakuraoka is currently working as a dancer in the musical Lion King in Hamburg. She graduated from the Kirov Academy of ballet in Washington DC in 2007. Hinako has worked with the Dresden Semperoper, Deutsche Oper am Rhein, Poznan grand theater, Hagen Ballett, and Musik Theater im Revier as. She has been a certified GYROTONIC and GYROKINESIS Trainer since 2012 and also is a licensed pre-trainer for both methods. She has completed the therapeutic courses, specialised equipment courses(JSB, archway), and level 2 for both methods. Hinako worked for 5 years in Primus Physio Training in Düsseldorf , teaching the GYROTONIC and GYROKINESIS methods, as well as incorporating the GYROTONIC expansion system in to the Ballett am Rhein and teaching the dancers as a means of injury prevention or rehabilitation. Since 2013 she has been performing in musical theatre and Operettes, such as the Phantom of the Opera in Hamburg, and the musical circus Knie in Switzerland. At the moment, apart from being the part of the musical Lion King, she is also working as an assistant to Julius Frack the illusionist, and teaching GYROTONIC and GYROKINESIS pre training courses in Germany.