FREE Ankle Mobility Course

What is ankle mobility?

Ankle mobility is the combination of strength (or stability) + flexibility in the ankle joint.

Good ankle mobility is considered when the muscle tissues, ligaments, tendons and fascia surrounding the ankle joint are not tight and are able to move the way they should.

The Importance of good ankle mobility & how it affects movement and sport

People who have poor ankle mobility may suffer from aches and pains in the hips, back or knees.  They will also struggle to get into postures such as garland pose or catch an Olympic lift in a deep squat, affecting their fitness performance.

Poor mobility can also contribute to further injury so it is important to maintain good movement and strength in all joints as well as just the ankles.

About this FREE Ankle Mobility course 

Improve movement range, support recovery from previous injuries, relieve aches and pains in the feet, ankles and even higher up the leg into the hips and body…

Over the next three weeks join me on the mat for weekly mobility sessions focusing on building strength and flexibility in the ankle joint.  Accompanied with these sessions you will also receive a daily email each with a different tip, exercise or posture to try that will help to improve overall mobility and strength of the ankle too.

Each week I will host a 15-min live Zoom class at 12 pm Wednesdays:

  • 13th October
  • 20th October
  • 27th October

Register for access to these classes here

Sessions will be recorded and shared via email after – so if you can’t make it don’t stress, just catch up later 🙂

Sign up now, track your progress and get a better movement range within just 3 weeks.


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