Teaching movement to change the quality of lives.

Lifelong Movements

Lifelong Movements is based on actions that we use in our everyday lives. Our activities of daily living (ADL) can vary – they certainly do for parents! One thing is for sure; it is vital to remain mobile and strong in order to be functionally capable to carry out everyday tasks with few or no limitations.

Reducing Injury

First and foremost, Lifelong Movements enables people to reduce their chances of injury through good exercise prescription.

Back pain is the biggest disability burden on the UK’s healthcare system and has been linked to poor movement and long sitting and standing postures, along with other factors (NHS, 2014).

The prevalence of low back pain is also on the rise within children and adolescents (Calvo-Munoz et al, 2013).

In adulthood, this is linked with days off work and limitations to ADL, which reduces the quality of life (QOL) of individuals.

Exercise and good movement education has been shown to reduce the risk of low back pain (Steffens et al, 2016) and is something we focus on throughout the workshop.

My vision is to see a society full of people who move well and move often. My vision is to increase people’s quality of life through increased movement literacy and quality of movement.

Move & Groove

Move & Groove is a principle underpinned by years of experience working with clients to increase their mobility, strength and stability. It involves a sequence of movements that improve your range of motion and make you stronger for everyday life.

Move & Groove is time-efficient and is created to break up periods of inactivity. Each Move & Groove last no longer than three minutes, and in an ideal world, one should be done every 30 minutes in accordance with Dr. Stuart Beadle’s recommendations for how often we should move.

These movements have been labelled as the ‘ultimate blueprint to lifelong movement and strength’.

We work alongside those who have a similar vision and want to give back to our communities. I hope you enjoy your visit to the website.

Daniel Fallon – Managing Director


About the Managing Director


I am a Personal Trainer with a Exercise Rehabilitation background who is on a mission. Working in the fitness industry for over 10 years I have worked with and followed the best strength and movement coaches in the world.

My experience makes me different to most educators, stemming from rehabilitation with special forces to writing children’s books, my passion for reducing injuries spills over to all the workshops I deliver in schools and gyms around the UK.