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For Runners & Triathletes

Taught by Jae Gruenke and Art Ives
Saturday, June 22, 2019, 10am-2pm
The Way of Running Studio, Lafayette, CO
$135 ($115 early bird price through June 7)

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 turn things around.

You’ll learn:

• Why conventional stretching, strengthening, and technique advice haven’t been working for you
• How to use core action—not core stability—to take the stress off your back, IT bands, knees, and feet
• What to do to recover that flowing, flying feeling without overthinking or paying for it later

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.

(Note: healthy runners who want to improve their technique and injury resistance are also welcome!)

The workshop will be preceded by an optional run from 8:45-9:30 am led by coach Art Ives. There will be a second optional run the following day, Sunday 6/23, at 8:30.

Jae Gruenke is a Feldenkrais Practitioner, running technique expert, and founder of The Balanced Runner System™. Since 2003 she has helped runners from beginner to Olympian learn how to run pain-free, efficiently, and faster. She specializes in helping runners whose problems haven’t resolved with medical treatment and those transitioning to minimalist/barefoot running. Her clients have included three-time Olympian Jen Rhines, multi-record-setting ultramarathoner William Sichel, and American marathoner Jordan Hasay. Runner’s World named her one of the 70 most influential people in running. Learn more at www.balancedrunner.com.

Read Jae’s running form analysis of the London Marathon

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