Running is one of the simplest ways to get fit and stay fit. No special equipment or partner required.

If you want to enjoy the sport more, suffer fewer injuries and look way better on those nasty race photos here are some ways to get started. I use video analysis to help determine what’s working well and where you need to improve. You will learn how to achieve and maintain fitness with less chance of injury. You will find out what is preventing you from finding the ease and freedom which makes running so much more enjoyable.

My background as an Alexander Technique teacher helps accelerate  the learning process as I can help you identify and release the tension and misdirected effort which interferes with a smooth running action. After each session you will be provided with a record of the video analysis along with notes to help you practice what you’ve learned.

Read : The Art of Running ; Raising Your Performance With the Alexander Technique by Malcolm Balk and Andrew Shields.

Send me a side on video of you running and I will analyse it and give you a few tips on what you could do to improve.

$50 USD

The Art of Running offers workshops regularly in Montreal, NYC, in the UK and around the world. Workshops (2-3.5 hours) are an ideal setting to learn the basics of the Art of Running.  The workshop is a mixture of exploring and learning new drills, short bursts of activity and an opportunity to test out what you’ve learned with the ‘infamous’ Zen workout.

In Canada: $100

Elsewhere: Prices vary according to country

Runners who want to share a lesson with a friend or two can check out the small group option.  Enjoy the same benefits of a one to one session at a lower cost with the added value of group learning.

In Canada: $130 plus $30 per person up to 4 people total.

Elsewhere: Prices upon request

One to one sessions are one of the most effective ways of identifying problems in your running style. In a block of 3 lessons we have time to make the link between your day to day posture and movement patterns and how you run. I use video analysis to help determine what’s working well and where you need to improve.

In Canada: $150 per session; $360 for a block of 3