Day 1 – Foundation:
Learning the Art of Running to demonstration level.
Day 2 – Teaching Fundamentals:
Learning to teach the Art of Running to individuals.
Day 3 – Working with Groups:
Learning to teach the Art of Running in a group setting.
Day 4 – Practice practice practice
Putting it all together in an actual lesson, individual and group.
Contact local organizer for details, locations and costs.
Next Training course: LA: Oct 2018
When:(4 consecutive days) October 25-28, 2018 – Thursday–Sunday – 11am-5pm
Where: Culver City, CA
Cost: $1000 (4 consecutive days) Early bird rate is available until June 1st with a $300 deposit! Lock in your spot now as there are only a handful of spots left!
Open to: Alexander Technique teachers and 3rd year teacher trainees (TEACHERS PLEASE FEEL FREE TO FORWARD THIS TO YOUR 3RD YEARS OR 2ND’S THAT WILL BE 3RD BY FALL)
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Art of Running Certification
Learn valuable tools for teaching the Alexander Technique to the ever-growing population of runners
This training course is designed for Alexander Technique teachers and you don’t have to be an experienced runner to do the course.
Training to be an Art of Running Instructor, will give you the skills to work with a wide range of runners, helping them discover an easier, smoother and healthier way of running. Runners and running athletes represent a huge potential market which to date has not received the attention in the Alexander world that have musicians and back pain suffers. Developing a clearer understanding of running and runners will enable the you to communicate and work with this population with greater authority and credibility.
YOUR TRAINING INSTRUCTOR
Canadian Running Coach, competitive Masters runner and Alexander Technique practitioner, Malcolm Balk is the originator of the ‘Art of Running’.
His popular workshops have featured in Runner’s World, The Times, The Telegraph, The Guardian. He is the co-author of the bestseller “The Art of Running: Raising your Performance with the Alexander Technique” (Malcolm Balk and Andrew Shields Collins & Brown 2009) www.theartofrunning.com