Sign up for my 4-session course and learn how to improve your running in a caring, nonjudgmental atmosphere!
When: Tuesday evenings from 6:30 to 7:30 pm, July 3 through July 26
Where: Central Park
Who: Women of all ages are welcome. Just know that the focus will be on women over 50.
We’d all like to keep running until the wheels fall off, right? Do any of these problems sound familiar?
- Can’t seem to coordinate your breathing with your running?
- Is there something you’d like to fix about your gait, but you can’t figure out what it is?
- Are you getting wiped out on Cat Hill or Harlem Hill?
- Are you looking for new race strategies?
- Would you like to recover faster from injuries or maybe even avoid them?
If these or any other issues sound familiar, bring them along. This class is for you, and I look forward to helping you work them out. Be prepared to work (not too hard!), have fun, and share ideas with your classmates in a caring, nonjudgmental atmosphere.
Who Is This Class For?
Women runners, age 50 to infinity
How Big Will This Class Be?
So that everyone can have an individual educational experience, class size is limited to SIX people. Of course, I’ll be glad to add another session if more than six people sign up.
How Will You Benefit?
You will learn how to:
- Run with more ease and less strain
- Improve your form
- Connect with the joy of running in a new way
What Is This Class?
Class 1: Find Your Natural Running Rhythm—We’ll analyze short videos of everyone and improve your stride.
Class 2: Use Your Head for Safety—Learn to use your eyes and ears to guide your awareness, especially during races.
Class 3: How to Use Your Arms—Improve your form and reinforce your speed and hill work by coordinating arms and legs.
Class 4: Free form—Bring your questions and share ideas.
What Is It Not?
This is not a running class! It is a class on improving your running form and posture. I am neither a running teacher nor a running coach. We will run a bit, BUT we won’t be doing speed work, hill drills, etc. You WILL learn how to do all those things much more efficiently.
I started running at the tender age of 46. I’ve completed two NYC marathons and over a dozen half marathons. I don’t intend to stop running until the wheels come off!
- Certified instructor of The Art of Running
- Nationally certified instructor of the Alexander Technique
$150 for all four classes
Early-bird special: Sign up before July 4 and pay only $125!
Please e-mail me to sign up at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you sign up but can’t attend, you can apply the fee to a future series. No refunds will be available.