mobility training.

FUNCTINAL STRETCHES & EXERCISES inspired by Yoga and FRC® - a comprehensive training system based on scientific principles and research.


** FRIDAYs 10:00 AM - MOBILITY FLOW, starting Sept. 30th **


+ Release stiffness & pain and move more freely.

+ Build internal strength and safeguard your joints.  

+ Surf smoothly, with more control and ease. 


MOBILITY TRAINING IS SUITABLE FOR EVERYONE. Being a passionate surfer Daniel has designed the sessions with Surfers in mind, however, they work perfectly fine for anyone who likes to release physical tension in the back, hips & shoulders and who likes to level up their existing yoga / movement practice or sport!


DANIEL SCHUDT is a certified FRC® mobility trainer, massage therapist and yoga instructor. With more than 16 years of experience in bodywork and teaching he makes everyone in class feel comfortable and safe while doing the exercises with the most beneficial outcome. Daniel is a passionate surfer and teaches in a fun, workshop-style format. Classes are available in english & german. 


PERSONAL TRAINING for individuals and small groups is available (send an enquiry).    

FRC® - Functional Range Conditioning improves articular strength and neurological control. We extend our range of motion by combining specific stretches with isometric contraction, conditioning the body to control / actively move through the full range. This allows for genuine mobility and internal strength which has countless benefits for athleticism and injury mitigation. Plus: The body simply feels amazing after the training! 


Sample content of the Mobility Training: 

* A warm-up routine including rotational movements for the joints (CARS®), priming the deep tissue, improving proprioception and mobility. Fascia release techniques with tennis ball / blackroll.  

* A dynamic yoga/calisthenics sequence of exercises building 360 degree core-strength, integrating hips, legs and shoulders with direct carry-over to surfing.

* Slow yet strong FRC® mobility drills with long-held stretches combined with isometric contractions in order to extend and control range of motion.

* A short guided relaxation at the end.