You’ve tried everything but your problems keep coming back. You’re almost ready to give up on running, or at least on your goals, but you can’t quite bring yourself to let go. You still remember that perfect run you once had, when everything felt smooth and easy and it was a little like flying.
You can feel that way again.
In this workshop you’ll discover how to start turning things around. You’ll learn:
And of course if you’re not currently injured, all this information will help create a buffer against injury, improve your injury resilience, and take your performance to the next level.
This workshop uses The Feldenkrais Method of Movement Education, so it’s low-stress and safe for injured runners and beginners but potent enough to impact runners performing at very high levels.
Saturday 10 March 2018, 9am-1pm
Prices: £55 | £45 earlybird by Feb 13 | 20% off for practitioners and trainees (use code FELDY)
Venue: Neal’s Yard Meeting Rooms, 14 Neals Yard, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9DP
Discover what is working about how you run, what the underlying reasons for your problems are, and exactly what you need to do to improve. In your 60-minute individual lesson Jae will look at your running, help you understand what you’re doing, guide you through a lesson that will set you on the path to improvement, and give you resources you can use at home to support what you’ve learned.
Saturday 10 March 2018 1:45 pm, 2:45 pm, 3:45 pm
Friday 20 April and Saturday 21 April, times TBA.
£180 (20% off for Feldenkrais professionals and trainees–use code FELDY)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to schedule your appointment.
Not just a sport, running is actually a fundamental human gait. But how can we reconcile this with the struggle the majority of runners face every time they go out for a run… and the reality that most adults who don’t consider themselves “runners” rarely run or perhaps even can’t?
Through a combination of ATM and FI, this Guild Day will look at the relationship between walking and running, what’s needed to help a non-runner reclaim the ability to run, and how this can also be used to help runners, even those at elite levels, fulfil their potential to run comfortably and enjoyably.
For Feldenkrais Professionals and those in professional Feldenkrais training programmes only.
Sunday 11 March 2018, 10:30 am to 4:30 pm
Venue: Rooftop Studio, Siobhan Davies Dance, 85 St George’s Road, London, SE1 6ER
Booking: Jackie Adkins: email@example.com. Phone 07527-805138
Jae Gruenke is a Feldenkrais practitioner and founder of The Balanced Runner. For the past 15 years she has been helping runners from beginner to Olympian learn to run pain-free, efficiently, and fast. She specializes in helping runners whose problems have not resolved with medical treatment. She has taught in the US, the UK, and Germany and also offers The Balanced Runner Online Running Technique Camp and other online programs.
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