Runners Resource Centre
Running is a great way to stay fit and clear your head, but it can come with a lot of physical challenges – like knee pain, plantar fasciitis and tight hamstrings.
Check out our free resources, like our free foam rolling workshop, articles & videos from our YouTube channel for everything from warm ups to stretching & glute activation.
For more support, try our runners MOT + report, targeted massage therapy & video sessions, and our membership to include regular massage in your training programme.
Below are a selection of articles about running , from warm up to routine and more.
Free Foam Rolling Workshop - Instant Access
Good news! You don't have to torture your legs for foam rolling to be effective.
In fact, PAINLESS foam rolling is actually MORE effective than the painful type. Click the button below & get our free online workshop straight to your inbox to test it out.
Specialised Sport & Remedial Massage
One-to-one sessions with our professional therapists who develop a plan for each session around your goals.
Runner, Cyclist or Triathlete MOT + Report
Excellent for a first or one-off session, get a general check based on your day to day life and a report of what we found & self-care advice.
Many of our running clients have a monthly maintenance session as part of their training programme. Learn about our memberships & how to join.
Low cost Options
Low Cost Clinic
We set aside a number of sessions - whether we're video or in person - for our low cost clinic. For details & how to apply, click below.
Our online workshops will help your posture feel easier, or give you stretches to reduce the tension in your body, all from the comfort of your own home.
Free Facebook Group
In our free facebook group for runners, cyclists & triathletes we share all our new videos & posts plus reminders for your training like warm up and conditioning.
Free videos for Runners
In our articles & videos, we love explaining our theories (and how we came to them, including research & our clinical experience) and analogies about why our body feels the way it does. When you understand why it’s happening, it feels a lot more manageable.