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Running form as a meditation practice

Posted by Laura Houston on Sat Oct 31st, 2009, 3 comments

As I was running today, I thought about how my running has become a meditative process, and how I have benefited from that. My training partner told me his wife used to be a runner, but quit. When I asked her about it, she said she had used running to work out problems and conflicts. [...]

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The Joy of Running

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Sat Oct 31st, 2009, 0 comments

If you love to run, you know. If you don’t, please keep an open mind, and read on. So many of the letters we get are from people who have experienced the transformation from hating to run to running becoming a joy in their lives. “I hated to run and now I look forward to ...

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Minimal Chi Running Shoes

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Thu Oct 29th, 2009, 53 comments

I just finished reading Born to Run while I was on my way out to Death Valley to teach Chi Running. I can see why it’s such a popular book and also why it’s causing such a stir in the running community. It’s a really fun read. Chris McDougall is funny and wonderfully imaginative in his [...]

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Ray Zahab, Marshall Ulrich and Bart Yasso in a Chi Running class!

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Sun Oct 18th, 2009, 12 comments

I had the great pleasure of being surrounded by three men who are legends in the sport of running. I was invited to teach Chi Running at a running camp organized by Marshal Ulrich and Ray Zahab. It was the first in what they hope to become an annual event. Bart Yasso (of Runner’s World) was [...]

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Running around Central Park in the wet and wind

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Sun Oct 18th, 2009, 0 comments

So, I had the pleasure of coming to NYC to assist Danny teach a workshop on Saturday in Manhattan. A great group of people enjoyed the day with us, and we were all thankful the weather held off and it didn’t rain! I also had the pleasure of going for a run with Danny in [...]

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Keep a Journal, Reach Your Goals

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Fri Oct 2nd, 2009, 0 comments

We all have dreams, hopes and desires to live a good, healthy life. There is a proven way to not only reach your goals, but to be more deeply enriched by the process, and that is to write down your goals and then keep a log or journal about your experience.Want to run a marathon? ...

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Chi Running workshop in (rainy!) Asheville

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Tue Sep 29th, 2009, 1 comments

Saturday was gorgeous, despite all the rain.  (Seriously, people. If you don’t live in Asheville, I can’t possibly explain the amount of rain we’ve had this year. It’s incredible, and I realized that it’s suddenly autumn and I don’t feel like I really had a true summer.) We had a great group at the workshop, [...]

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BMI Calculator

Posted by Super Admin on Thu Sep 24th, 2009, 0 comments

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What a way to start a weekend – early morning running

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Fri Sep 18th, 2009, 4 comments

This is certainly the year of rain for Asheville. Before the sun came up this morning, I roused Oliver and myself and headed out the door for a pre-dawn running session. The misting rain felt great, and although 100% humidity is always interesting for running, listening to the air is a nice meditation. I haven’t [...]

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Half Marathon Race Report

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Sat Sep 12th, 2009, 21 comments

Another race day today. I ran in the Asheville Citizen Times Half Marathon. The week immediately following my 10K Trail Championship race I ran easy but hilly runs and then, since these two races were only two weeks apart, stepped right back into resuming by training for this race. In order to do race specific [...]

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A Chi Running Love Letter

Frank and I attended the week long Chi Running program in June.  We have been diligently practicing our Chi Running form and are loving it.  Frank just ran a tough half at 1:40:44 almost effortlessly. 

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