Improve performance, self confidence, mental focus, and overall heath and fitness
The Chi Running technique has helped people of all ages and levels discover an easier and more enjoyable approach running, highlighting the importance of skill development and a mindful approach as the key to achieving success. Learn simple exercises, drills, and form focuses based on common-sense mvovement principles to be more energy-efficient, reduce risk of injury and improve performance.
Chi Running has an impact on both physical and mental health. As well as improving running efficiency, it also boosts self confidence, increases mental focus and helps promote a lifetime of good health.
What you’ll learn
- Postural alignment, relaxation and balance
- Optimal breathing
- Smooth transition from walk to run
- The importance of upper body and arm swing
- Gears and stride length
- Increased speed through relaxation
- Body sensing
- Mind-body connection
Key principles of the Chi Running technique
- Alignment and relaxation
- Cooperating with force
- Mindful movement
- Gradual progress
How to find us
Adventures in Movement is based in Studio 1 and Studio 4 at Crouch End’s iconic 1930’s Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre
How to find us:
By bus: the W7, W5, 41, 91, N41, N91, buses all run to Crouch End. Get off at Crouch End Broadway and walk less than a minute to Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre.
By tube: Finsbury Park (W7-12 mins) Victoria/Piccadilly lines and National Rail, Archway (W5-10mins. 41-15mins) Northern Line, Turnpike Lane (41-15mins) Piccadilly line, Caledonian Road (91-20mins) Piccadilly line
By overground: Crouch Hill railway station to/from Gospel Oak and Barking. It’s a 10-minute walk north or W7, to Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre.
By train: Hornsey National Rail station to/from Moorgate, Welwyn Garden City and Hertford North. It’s a 15-minute walk south-west to Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre.
By car: Crouch End has limited on-street car parking and there is a small public car park behind Waitrose. There are two disabled spaces in front of the venue on Hatherley Gardens. We advise you take public transport to our venue.
Find out times and locations of free car parking in Crouch End on the Haringey website.
I took 28 mins off my marathon time… but it’s not just about running… I was surprised how much confidence it gave me.