The Art of Running is a great way to learn how to improve your form, avoid injury, and find your flow. It is based on the Alexander Technique and looks at how our everyday postural habits can impact your running and...you don't have to be a marathon runner or triathlete to benefit from an Art of Running workshop. They are designed for new runners, recreational runners, and competitive runners alike. This is a workshop, not a workout! We will adapt to each participant’s level.
Date and Time: Sunday, July 29, 9am–12pm
Cost: Early Bird Rate $100 until July 15 ($140 after July 15)
Location: Montrose Beach—meet near the restrooms just west of the beach
How to register: Register and more info on eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-art-of-running-meets-chicago-tickets-47449412470
Malcolm Balk is a level-4 running coach who competes in his veteran category (age group) and teacher of the Alexander Technique of 34 years. In 1991, Malcolm brought running and the Alexander Technique together when he developed The Art of Running workshops, which have been enjoyed by runners across the U.S., Canada, Europe, Australia, and South America. More recently, he has founded a training program and has certified The Art of Running instructors on three continents. He is the author of The Art of Running: Raise Your Performance with the Alexander Technique and Master the Art of Working Out. Based in Montreal, Quebec Malcolm was the Canadian half marathon champion in 2011 and 2012 and cross country champion in 2016.
Lindsay Newitter has been teaching the Alexander Technique for 11 years in New York City. She is a recreational runner and certified The Art of Running instructor who initially got into running through taking Malcolm's Art of Running workshops. She teaches workshops and lessons to runners, and has assisted Malcolm Balk with his Art of Running instructor training courses in the U.S., Ireland, and Argentina.
Contact Lindsay Newitter with questions: email@example.com/646-300-1379.
Visit theartofrunning.com to learn more about Malcolm Balk and the Art of Running.