Run Technique Workshops

NEXT WORKSHOP: Saturday May 5th, 2018. Gosch’s Paddock, Richmond. 10:30am-12:30pm. To register: use our contact us form or email

NEXT REFRESHER WORKSHOP: For those who have attended a ‘Soul Runner Workshop or One on one session: Saturday, August 19, 2017, 9:00-10:00am. Gosch’s Paddock.

Why Technique? Simple! Running is a skill, just like Golf or Tennis, so we need to learn it correctly.  This enables us to; run more economically (therefore faster), strengthen the right muscles and practice good techniques within our training.  Running is repetitive loading on a single leg, so we need develop good stability as well as power, to move forward. If we learn to “switch on” the right muscles, practice correct movement patterns through running drills and specific strength exercises, we become faster and stronger runners, with less injury!  Come along to a workshop and see how much faster you can move, through simple changes!

Upcoming workshops: 2018 season


Saturday, February 18, 10:00am to 12:00pm (Goschs Paddock)

Saturday, May 5, 10:30am to 12:30pm (Princes Park, Carlton)

Saturday, August 11, 10:30am to 12:30pm (Goschs Paddock)

Saturday, September 8, 10:30am to 12:30pm (Strathborne Park, Kew).

Saturday, November 10, 10:00 to 12:00noon (Gosch’s Paddock, Richmond).

SYDNEY:  December 2, 2018. Venue: TBC

SUNSHINE COAST: August 18th, 2018. Available for one on one also, August 16-18th.

To book a group NEAR YOU, contact Melissa 0406009824. For up to date seminars & news see our Facebook page.


2 hour session involves:

Basic video analysis, dynamic stretches, running drills, and strength exercises.  Includes products from our sponsors.  $5 from every runner goes to charity, so you know every stride counts!  Written recommendations and group video upon completion, all included for $80 per runner.

Limited places, book now, phone Melissa on 0406009824 or by email:  One on one available by appointment.

One thought on “Run Technique Workshops

  1. David Grenfell says:

    Evening Melissa

    I had a physio consult with Alison today. I found her left calf circumference to be 39cm compared to her right of 41cm. She was unable to isolated her foot intrinsics ( flexor digitorum brevis etc ). And worked her hamstrings dominant to lower gluteus maximus in bridging. I’ve proved her with some options/variations that I hope won’t cloud your coaching.
    David Grenfell
    Absolutely Right!

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