Episode 89

Natural Lifestyle Philosophy with Tony Riddle

A remarkable philosophy that reconnects you with innate, ‘wild’ behaviours that increase physical, emotional, social and spiritual wellness.

In this episode, we explore the origin and benefits of Tony's Natural Lifestyle philosophy.

About Tony Riddle
Tony Riddle is a natural lifestyle coach, author and record-breaking barefoot endurance athlete. Regarded as a trailblazer within the field of natural movement and lifestyle, Tony is the creator of the Natural Lifestyle Philosophy, which encourages modern urbanites to reconnect with certain innate, ‘wild’ behaviours in order to increase physical, emotional, social and spiritual wellness.

Having overcome clubfoot as a child, which involved years of traumatic treatment, Tony has devoted his life to physical training in various forms – whether it was serving in the army and later establishing himself as a respected personal trainer, pilates teacher and rewilding movement coach, or becoming an endurance athlete in his mid-40s, breaking records for running the length of the UK and completing the Three Peaks Challenge barefoot.

While running his own successful pilates studio in West London, Tony began to study the principles of natural human movement and wellness, including the works of Joseph Pilates, Erwan Le Corre, Lee Saxby and Dr Nicholas Romanov, as well as research into indigenous tribes.

The resulting journey of discovery, which included extensive self-experimentation over 18 years, led to the development of Tony’s Natural Lifestyle Philosophy, which combines his physical training expertise with learnings across science, social anthropology and eastern spirituality.

A gifted coach and communicator, Tony has taught the Philosophy to thousands of people worldwide, through talks, workshops, retreats, social media and the NatLife Tribe, an international subscriber-based community launched in 2020 as a result of the COVID pandemic.

Riddle has been featured extensively in the press from The Times, Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, Telegraph Magazine, New York Times, Men’s Health, Evening Standard, and on BBC Breakfast, Sky News, The Rich Roll Podcast and many others. His debut book How To Be More Human will be released in 2022.

More about Tony:
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Tony's website