About Mobility Training
Mobility Training is about acquiring strength and resilience to be physically active in situations that matter to you in your life. Things like playing soccer, chasing your kids around the yard or sitting comfortably at a desk for several hours at a job you love are all physically demanding, in one way or another.
When you move your body in ways, in situations and with intentions that are novel, you cultivate its physical intelligence. Physical intelligence is you observing, tinkering and teaching the body about awareness, coordination, rhythm, stabilisation, flexibility, strength and more. The qualities acquired will seep into your everyday life and will affect your physical, mental and emotional being in a positive way.
Basic every day movements, bush walking and performing safely at a sport will become greatly enjoyable as you move more efficiently. Mobility training is for the young, old and anyone in between. It is for them with an open mind and willingness to learn how to use their body well.
The Strength and Mobility training I teach involves taking the time to educate students to understand the process of the training and how it can be integrated into their life to make it a sustainable practice. Without understanding the process and how it can support other things in life, the practice becomes meaningless. Not much good comes out of replicating what someone instructs you to do if you don’t understand how it is done. When you know how- forget about it and just do it. Once movements are understood you can fully ’embody’ them; change will occur!
Strength and Mobility training can be done in a 1-1 setting if a specific situation requires so. Though, it seems that classes have a particularly interesting effect on most students. Physical training in a group environment teaches you how to interact with other humans and the world around you. This is one exceptional benefit of the Strength and Mobility method – It creates skills that are useful for you at any situation, time and place.
Current classes on schedule:
Saturday 7-9am Partner Stretching
DUTI studio on 82-84 Enmore rd Newtown
More classes are planned to startup again in Spring, keep an eye out…
Contact me to sign up for a class: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobility Training is located at Jungle Brothers, Botany, Hollis Park & DUTI studios in Newtown
About Fanny Tulloch
Fanny started strength training when she first begun wrestling at 9 years old. Later in life, a university degree in Exercise physiology was received and off she went on a journey discovering the world whilst acquiring more knowledge of the physical body through taking courses and meeting up with other trainers. In recent times, she has become an apprentice under the Physical Alchemy method for further research of her own physical, emotional and mental body, a quest in motion.
A particular area Fanny is interested in improving is the ability to watch and see structural alignments in a person and via a further assessment and consult establish what the students current level of physical capacities are. From there the process is to experiment with what the body responds well to and program for gradual progression to take place. It is a journey that is rewarding for the patient person.
Fanny featured elsewhere:
- http://thinkmovement.net/fanny-tulloch/ – Think Movement is a place for information exchange where people share things they’ve learnt in the physical realm. Thanks to Christine Ruffolo for the invitation to share.
- https://physicalalchemy.com.au/people/ – Physical Alchemy is an Art of Re-enchantment that combines Re-patterning, Physical cultivation and Alchemical methods. Thanks to Dave, and the PA guys for the continuing support and guidance.
She has tailored a stretch and release program that keeps me in one piece and enables me to continue exercising without pain.
Fanny is dedicated and always thinking of ways to improve the experience so I can get the maximum benefit out of our sessions.
I highly recommend her to anyone who is struggling with general muscle or back issues.
Life isn’t funny without Fanny! Jason Ross
Fanny is always easy to contact and she never stops learning and improving her own skill set. I recently moved overseas and despite only sharing emails and videos I’m still able to feel confident that I’m getting the best training for my needs.
One of my favorite things about training with Fanny is that she really makes the training achievable, challenging, and usually really fun. Isabelle Cseti-Wall
Thank you so much for being a fantastic trainer over the past year. I have enjoyed the programs that have worked on the often overlooked + smaller stabilising muscles. It has complimented my other training well. You have been efficient and professional in all our communications which I appreciate and I wish you all the best as you create your new space, new focus and wonderful life.Megan Ross