Move more efficiently. Heal your body. Have more resilience.
At the age of 44, Tony Riddle decided to become a barefoot endurance athlete, breaking records no one thought possible for a supposedly “middle aged” man.
He did this by rewilding his body, returning to movement patterns and techniques used by humans for generations — those innate shapes largely forgotten and ignored in Western culture.
The result? More ease, mobility, and energy.
A greater connection to himself, nature, and his thriving wild side.
And now in this 10-day course, Rewilding Human Movement, Tony shows YOU how to build healthy variability into your movement routine and create greater resilience in your physical body. Because when you rewild the way you move, you return to a more playful, free, and natural state of being.
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Meet Your Teacher
Tony Riddle is a natural lifestyle coach, author, and record-breaking “rewilded” endurance athlete who has run the length of the UK and completed the Three Peaks Challenge barefoot.
As a child, Tony suffered from clubfoot, which involved years of traumatic treatment. Since then, Tony has devoted his life to physical training in various forms – from serving in the army to becoming a respected pilates teacher and rewilding movement coach.
Tony’s first book, How To Be More Human, will be released in 2022.
"Though it can be easy to forget in our technologically advanced age, at our root, we’re wild beings that, over time, have become domesticated. But while we’re no longer living in caves, our inner wild human is still there – and it has needs. And it’s only when those needs are met that we can experience true health and happiness."
Daily Course Outline
In 10 days, you’ll learn how to rewild your feet, realign your posture, and sit comfortably on the floor as well as balance, jump, hang and run more efficiently. By practicing these techniques you will enjoy more mobility, less chronic pain, and an ease of movement that makes exercise playfully joyful once again.