Outside of our regular Pilates and Yoga courses we strive to bring new, interesting and cutting edge workshops to the Greenwich Pilates Studios.
These workshops can be regular events taken by our one of our team or weekend workshops delivered by guest instructors. Do check regularly for workshop updates.
BEGINNERS RUNNING COURSES
Saturday 9.30am – 10.30am
RUNNERS STRETCH & FASCIA RELEASE WORKSHOP with Ellie Brown
@ Market Studios, Durnford Street, Greenwich Market
Saturday 19th January 2019 2pm – 3.30pm £22.50 to book
Saturday 2nd February 2019 2pm – 3.30pm £22.50 to book
For all levels of runner. Ellie Brown, a marathon runner, Pilates teacher and Stretch Therapist will be helping you stretch and release those tight and over worked muscles by using the foam roller, theraband (for stretching) as well as lacrosse balls, spikey balls and broom handles to release the fascia tissue around the feet, hips, legs, ITB, shoulders and spine. This workshop will give you the tools to be able to stretch and release at home. Spaces limited to 12
RUNNING TECHNIQUE WORKSHOPS
HOW TO RUN BETTER, FASTER & STRONGER
Saturday 19th January 2019 – 11.00am – 12.30pm £22.50 Book Here
Greenwich Park/Market Studios
Our workshops are taken by England Athletics coaches and will look at all aspects of running and give you personal feedback on how you can improve your running times, achieve those targets and avoid injury. Read More
England Athletics Coaches Ellie Brown & Carly O’Hara.
The workshops are for beginners to experienced runners. The workshop is in too parts; the first is in Greenwich Park where we will assess your running and go through some key principals of good technique and the second half will be in the studio when we can go through some key stretches, look at video footage of you running and give you a chance to ask some questions.
We will look at three key components of good running form: Posture, Alignment and Pelvic Stability.
- give you the tools and the skills to improve your running
- running drills to help hone our running technique
- avoid injury
- develop speed and efficiency
- One to one feedback
- Improve running times
- Achieve set targets