handstand workshop

Handstand Workshop

with Fanny Tulloch

For beginners to intermediate trainees


Join us for a Handstand workshop at Jungle Five Dock on Sunday the 2nd of April 10am – 1pm.


Click the “JOIN THE WORKSHOP” button below to sign up!


At this 3-hour workshop you will learn the foundations for handstands and how to progress your practice to do more advanced shapes with or without the wall.


There are NO pre-requisites for this workshop.


The workshop is structured to give absolute beginners, as well as intermediate students who can already do a handstand, drills, and principles they need to move forward in their individual practice.


This is what you will learn:

  • Handstand specific warm up including flexibility for upper body and front split.
  • Handstand theory/principles including breathing and mental strategies.
  • Handstand alignment, entry and exit.
  • Handstand balance.
  • Handstand strength endurance.
  • Handstand shapes and other more advanced drills.


We will have a Q&A at the end so I can answer all your questions!


Bring your curiosity and eagerness to learn, and join us on Sunday the 2nd of April at 10am* 😊

*Please arrive 15 minutes before the workshop starts to make yourself familiar with the facilities.



EARLY BIRD price: 85AUD ENDED on Sunday 19th of March.

FULL price: 95AUD from Monday the 20th of March.


I hope to see you there!


Do you have questions? Reach out to me via email: fanny@mobilitytraining.com.au 😊

PS. Scroll down to find further information such as Terms & Conditions.


I Really enjoyed the weekly handstand club, I used to be really scared to be upside down and had a lot of fear of falling but after practicing with Fanny weekly I am now confident to go into a handstand on my own and feel confident to catch myself and bail out easily. It has built some strength in my lower shoulders and back and I am doing longer and longer handstands without the wall support. Small milestones weekly make me really excited to train and practice – Fanny is really understanding, kind and supportive coach throughout the whole Process and makes it an enjoyable class. I am now confident to practice alone but would 10/10 sign up again.

Natalie Fitzroy

Massage therapist

When I started, I wasn’t doing much in the way of physical activity, I often had a sore upper back and shoulders, and initially just wanted to get stronger. 
I am a lot stronger and doing a lot of cool stuff that I never even considered being able to do (like handstands!) My body is moving a lot more freely, and I rarely get any pain even though I am still sitting at a desk all day. I didn’t expect to learn as much about how my body works, but it has been immeasurably useful! I have a much greater focus on everyday things like how I walk, stand and even breathe. The most recent thing has been focusing on my breathing and noticing the effects it has not just on training but also at work and in everyday life.
Fanny is an excellent trainer, she always makes sure I’m pushing myself and doesn’t let me get away with anything! She cares a lot and it shows. She is always learning new things and in turn teaching me, and is always patient when I don’t get it straight away! Fanny is super kind, but that doesn’t stop her from being tough and pushing me to my limit!
Natalia Chant

Office job, Woolworths


Who am I, teaching this Handstand workshop?

I used to live and teach handstands in Sydney up until February 2020 when my husband and I got stuck in Europe during the pandemic. Fast forward 3 years, a move to Sweden and a one-year-old daughter, we’re finally coming back to Sydney for a visit! 

I started my handstand practice back in 2015 when I was 26 years old. I had close to zero experience and made many common errors when I first started. Kicking up and hoping for the best was one of them!

I teach handstands to the common people with the intention of improving their physical abilities and confidence. It can be a fun yet frustrating journey, which makes it a particularly interesting skill to learn!

The aspect of handstands I am most interested in observing right now are the many mental obstacles we meet along the way. It can be negative self-talk, lack of confidence or a constant comparison to others. It is greatly intriguing to work on the human behind the handstand alongside the physical handstand itself.

Feel free to ask me about this in the workshop, if it interests you too.


Date & time:

Sunday 2nd of April at 10am to 1 pm.



Jungle Five Dock, 4/87 Great N Rd, Five Dock NSW 2046.


Good to know:

The gym has toilets and a place to fill up your water bottle, but no shower.



EARLY BIRD price: 85AUD ends on Sunday 19th of March.

FULL price: 95AUD from Monday the 20th of March.

Terms & conditions:

The ticket is non-refundable. However, feel free to pass it onto a friend if you can’t make it. In that case, send me their contact details: fanny@mobilitytraining.com.au

In the unlikely event I need to cancel the workshop, you will receive a full refund of the workshop fee (this does not include the 3% transaction fee). 


Photos & videos:

I will take photos and videos during the workshop to post on social media. Please tell me if you -do not- want to be shown in these.

You are welcome to take photos and videos at the workshop and post on social media.

Tag me on Instagram: @_mobilitytraining and facebook: Mobility Training

Just make sure it’s on silent and used for photos/videos only.


My contact details:

Email: fanny@mobilitytraining.com.au

Instagram: @_mobilitytraining 

Facebook: Mobility Training

I would highly recommend MobilityTraining for any form of help with your handstand journey. Fanny has a gift for breaking down and explaining the techniques required to progress your handstands to a new level. With consistent practice you will be surprised with how fast you will see positive changes and you will have a whole lot of fun in the process. I have gained an enormous amount of confidence from practicing on a consistent basis. The tips around patience, timing and breathing have really helped!

Sue Cooper

JB member of the year 2018