"Based on scientifically proven principles, this 60 min full body workout combines strength, flexibility and movement practice, to expand your range of movement, nourish your joints, and improve the quality of the way you move."

Class Structure

We spend time at first familiarising ourselves with the available range to play in, developing an awareness of how each individual joint works, and its capacity for movement.

Next we begin opening up new ranges of movement through passive stretching, creating more space within the specific joint than was previously available.

This is then climactically followed by strength and stability work from within those new ranges. Create the range, build strength and control within the range, keep the range, simple.

Who is the class for?

This class is for anyone looking to improve their body on a very mechanical level. It will teach you how to maintain your body, and how to organise your body; keeping it healthy, strong, and pain free.

Whether your goal is sports performance, injury recovery, basic maintenance, or if you're just sick of life aches and pains...

Any age, any ability...

If your body needs some TLC, this class is for you.


- Remove aches and pains

- Increase active range of motion

- Build strength and control

- Master basic movement patterns

- Injury prevention/recovery

- Joint health and longevity

- Learn advanced body maintenance


Tramshed Studio

Thursdays at 8:30pm

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486 Pendyris St, Cardiff, CF11 6QT

Dragon Athletic

Fridays at 5:30pm

To book please contact me directly.

15 Curran Road, Cardiff, CF105NE

Megan Davies

"This class speeds up my recovery, and I have seen a marked improvement in my overall form when doing Crossfit as a result of expanding my end ranges."

Steve "Hips Like Butter" Adams

"I now see this as an integral part of my fitness routine, something just as important as cardio or strength training."

More questions?

My Mobility class was recently reviewed by Fiona Adams of Sheengate publishing. We sat down after and had a Q'n'A about the class and the role of Mobility training within a training routine. So hopefully any questions you may have about the class will have been answered there.

For the full article please click here.