Chi Running in Australia

Posted by Jean Remi John Campion on Tue Mar 1st, 2011, 6 comments

Two days of Chi Running workshops in Melbourne & Sydney: 12 new Chi Runners! In Melbourne what a great and diverse group of people, great day, despite the rain and the mozzies! Next day back in Sydney, a couple of triathletes from Darwin on their way to IM NZ took time out do really well in learning Chi Running. Chi Running is becoming more popular, sought after and recognized in Australia! Chi Running: it just makes sense!

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Mellissa Zulpo Mar 14th, 2011 02:40pm

Would you consider coming to Brisbane- we love running!

John Borbidge Apr 21st, 2011 11:30pm

Would like to have more information on Chi running and its principles
What literature is available in Aust
Would there be training pgms in Brisbane or the Gold Coast

I facilitate the Lazy Runner, Gold Coast running group and I am the race director for Main Beach parkrun a community running program backed by the GCCC Active and Healthy program Gold Coast
I also have a Sports training business Mezzanine Coaching Agency Mermaid Beach
I am also a Marathon runner who has followed the centre of balance and mid foot principles all my running life , no particular reason until I came across Chi Running
regards
John Borbidge
Lazy Runner Gold Coast
Mezzanineca
Main Beach parkrun
0439393230

Dave Robertson Jun 25th, 2011 05:26am

Great to see interest in Chi Running is really taking off here in Australia.
Looking forward to the first ever Hunter Valley Chi Running workshop to be held in Singleton on Sun 31st July.
http://www.thenakedrunners.com/blog/2011/5/29/chi-running-workshop-presented-by-tnr.html

Yes, please come to Brisbane, there are heaps of peeps here who want to learn chi running.

Catey Sommerlad Nov 16th, 2013 07:32pm

Just wondering if I can buy any if the Chi running books in Australia without have to pay more than $50 postage?

Jeff Carnivale Nov 19th, 2013 02:17pm

Catey,

If it is the books you are after, many of the larger book stores (Barnes & Noble, etc) carry the ChiRunning Books. If you don’t see it on the shelf, they can most likely order from the publisher for you.

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