We offer movement screening to enable you to understand your movement better and to train smarter. The movement screen can reveal aspects of your physicality that, once understood and addressed, can unlock your progress and help you achieve your goals. Movement screening is ideal if you are ready to embark on a fitness programme or return to one after lockdown! You might notice that when you exercise you are thwarted by a repeating niggle or injury you have been trying to shake for years. We can help you to eliminate the ongoing pain that’s holding you back from achieving or maintaining your exercise goals. You might have had lots of other treatments and tried taping, stretching, strengthening, etc. Let us help you get to the root of it.
Attend our gym for your screening and analysis sessions or **NEW** you can now have your movement screen online so can access it from anywhere in the world!
Movement screening identifies areas of restriction or dysfunction which may inhibit progress or be implicated in injury. We call this ‘Weak Point Identification’. The results of your screen will shine a light on how you move and how your body is currently balanced. This can then help you to apply corrective strategies to address these issues and support your athletic development appropriate to your goals.
We offer personal training whether you are an experienced athlete or coming to training for the first time. Our personal training sessions are suitable for people from all walks of life and experiences. We have trained runners, sailors, swimmers, dancers, and gymnasts as well as military personnel, professional sportspeople, and Olympic athletes. BUT you don’t have to be a professional athlete to train with us – our personal training and movement coaching sessions are for anyone looking for a safe, inspiring and effective way to get fitter, move better, and stay injury-free.
For athletes we have a 3 phases of Athletic development programmes
- Junior Athlete (9 years to 16 years)
- Senior Athlete (16 years to 30 years)
- Mature Athlete (30 years and above)
All 1:1 programmes include elements of movement screening in order to identify areas of restriction or dysfunction which may inhibit progress or be implicated in injury. We call this ‘Weak Point Identification’. Following on, your programme incorporates your corrective strategies to address these issues as it moves you through your athletic development appropriate to your goals.
We offer training in small groups whether you are an experienced athlete or coming to training for the first time. Our small group sessions are suitable for people from all walks of life and experiences. We have trained runners, sailors, swimmers, dancers and gymnasts as well as military personnel, professional sportspeople and olympic athletes. BUT you don’t have to be a professional athlete to train with us – our group sessions are for anyone looking for a safe, inspiring and effective way to get fitter, move better and stay injury free.
We are currently running our outdoor Kettlebell Club at our site at Mount Wise. It runs on Tuesdays 5.30-6.15pm.
Come and join us for a safe, whole body workout that will get you moving again, challenge your co-ordination and balance and build your strength. This is a fun workout in a small, friendly group.
Led by our expert movement coach you will be guided to work at your own pace and level.
Below is a guide to some of the services we offer here at Physio Conditioning. With professional training, experience and accreditation in these fields, we can treat our clients using some of the most advanced techniques in the world. Very few health professionals can safely and legitimately use some of these techniques in the UK.
- Active Release Technique
- Kinesiology Taping
- Functional Exercise Correction
- Y Balance Test
- Muscle Strength Test
Unlocking your natural movement potential to re-establish a balanced flow between mobility, flexibility and dynamics using bodyweight, animal movement, and calisthenic principles. Reconnecting to your primal patterns can recalibrate your movement for athletic performance as well as daily living.