Movement Conditioning

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Movement Conditioning is a retraining system that combines clinical methods and strength training principles.

These classes focus on joint mobility and bodyweight strength, and are designed to improve performance, mitigate the risk of injury and facilitate recovery. 

After your initial assessment, we will recommend what classes are right for you, where you are right now and what you want to achieve. 

I was really surprised by the profound effects of focusing on small specific movements. I’ve discovered muscles I didn’t know I had, and can move with greater ease and confidence.
— Katie S
 

Movement Conditioning classes 

 

Upper Body Mobility 

Mobility classes focus on the basic ability of our joints to move with freedom. The aim is to restore and improve control and range. Upper Body Mobility targets the joints in the upper spine, shoulders and arms using a series of routines and conditioning exercises. 

 

Lower Body Mobility 

Mobility classes focus on the basic ability of our joints to move with freedom. The aim is to restore and improve control and range. Lower Body Mobility targets the joints in our lower spine, hips and legs, using a series of routines and conditioning exercises. 

 

Strength 

Strength classes focus on bodyweight skills, such as push-ups, pull-ups and squats. The goal is to improve the quality of each movement, increase muscle capacity, and optimise the ability of your joints to withstand load while moving, in order to mitigate injuries. 

 

Conditioning 

Conditioning classes develop power, agility and endurance, as well as boost metabolic rate. These classes are designed as traditional workouts — the format of each class will vary, while maintaining a HIIT-like flavor to keep things interesting and constantly challenge you.