Step up your gymnastics training

Our workshops help you learn the techniques and methods you need to improve your day-to-day gymnastics training, including handstands, rings and mobility.

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Training the Female Warrior

Date: 9 MAY 2020 | 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

A 2-Hour workshop for Women who train, and Coaches who train women.

We are here to create a conversation about how to train powerfully around your period. Learn to understand this key cycle to stop fighting human biology, and start doing more of what you love, in a smarter way that works and maximises results in and out of the gym... more info.

Simonster-workshop

Simonster | Bodyweight Strength Training

Date: 13-14 JUN 2020 | 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM

A 2-Day workshop for those interested in Bodyweight training, Callisthenics & Gymnastics.

Learning from a world leader in bodyweight training, you'll be guided through a systematic method for bodyweight strength training, skills, flexibility, mobility and improving motor control...more info.

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MORGAN ROSE MORONEY | HANDBALANCING

Date: 20 & 21 JUN 2020 | 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Join ex-gymnast & Acrobat, Gymshark Athlete and Oxygen Cover girl for a fun beginner handstand workshop.

Hand balancing is one of the best methods for developing greater upper body strength, stability and control. Over the 2.5 hours, you will learn the fundamental skills required to achieve a freestanding handstand...more info.

ST4P

Stretch Therapy 4 Performance

Date: 18-19 JUL 2020 | 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM

This workshop is for all women and men involved in dance, gymnastics strength training, martial arts, the pole dance world, free-runners, and Parkour practitioners.

ST for Performance is for anyone involved in any activity where superior active and passive flexibility is necessary. So often it is missing... more info.

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Functional Range Assessment

Date: 19-20 SEP 2020 | 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM

Functional Range Assessment (FRA®) will build on the systematic concepts of the FR® and FRC® systems, this time focusing on how to quantify a client’s basic movement capacity. In doing so, it will allow you to better prioritize your management decisions as it provides you with a better understanding of the patient/clients’ needs and where they fit within the spectrum of the Functional Anatomy Systems...more info.

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