We might be starting Winter 2021 in another Lockdown; BUT… we will embrace the chill and keep on moving together and apart because those endorphins are ALWAYS worth it! JUNE HAS IT ALL!
|Hello and welcome to Monday everyone and the promise of a fulfilling and productive week ahead!It was such a blessing to yesterday; share Anzac Day with so many special people in our lives at what will become our Annual Gen Run Anzac Day ‘Run as One’ event! Joining forces with so many friends, old and new, from other recreational running clubs is something I have been wanting to do for such a long time now and to see it come to fruition and thrive in the way that it did yesterday was just such a joy to see and be involved in. For those who were unable to make it this year I encourage you to put it on the agenda for next year! The Sugarloaf Reservoir was such a perfect location for us all to gather, and as the cars rolled in, people mingled, introductions were made, familiar faces were seen, squad colours displayed and a sense of community and belonging spread throughout the growing group. The Baw Baw Runners arrived in their fabulously vintage blue and white ‘Party’ bus, they had travelled 2 hours to join us from Warragul and were caffeinated and ready to run!Just before 9am when all had arrived we gathered atop the hill where the kangaroos grazed and the view across the valley swept out before us. In a circle we listened to a reading of the Anzac Ode and fell silent as The Last Post played, almost hauntingly, through the speaker, the familiar notes of the bugle tune floating away through the still air. As we reflected, the sounds of the Australian bush serenaded us as birdsong and the rustle of gum leaves reminded us all that has been sacrificed so that we may enjoy them, together, in this moment.|
Many years ago; Steve and I travelled to Belgium and walked far out of the town of Ypres to a small, unassuming grass burial plot for fallen soldiers. Here lay William Etheredge, Steve’s Great Great Uncle who had served as a stretcher bearer in the First World War in both France and Belgium. Killed at the young age of 21 by shell-fire, we felt honoured to pay respects to him and his comrades. It was a humbling and somber experience. William’s family were sent all of his personal effects after his death, including his diary which was beautifully kept over his years away from home on the front-line. My favourite entry; that of the Christmas Day cricket match between the Australian Army and the German enemy. A cease-fire called on December 25th when they put their weapons and differences aside to feel human again for a few hours in a friendly game of cricket. How strange war is…
Back to Sugarloaf! After our little reflection and moment of quiet thought and gratitude, off we ran! Led out by Tori who is the ‘Local Legend’ we took on the 15km loop in the recommended anti-clockwise direction. This takes in some lovely single trails before hitting the dam wall and some breathtaking views! Over you go to the other side to reconnect with the trails and some pretty significant camber! Great for ankle and knee stability practice! Rolling along around the waterside before the first (and really the only) significant climb. When you think you’re at the top, you’re about halfway! Perfect for the uphill lover in me!!! Then on to some lovely soft and well-maintained grassy paths as you roll back down and then continue on very runnable undulating sections for pretty much the remainder of the loop. Arriving at the yacht club carpark you are just a stone’s-throw away from returning to the Sugarloaf Picnic Area from where we began. Runners gradually assembled, full of trail-running endorphins, happily chatting away and recounting all their adventures along the way! The sun was out, the vibes were high, and the cheers continued to flow until the last runners arrived, happy and spent. We were all more than thrilled to have satisfied our love of the trails, to have met new running buddies, made memories along the way, and delighted in the thought of coffees and brunch to come! It really was the perfect definition of the ‘Happy Place’. Thank you to all who came from Gen Run, Baw Baw Runners, Melbourne Front Runners and a few other squads and clubs, to share your Sunday morning with me and your fellow runners. We have plans for these recreational running squads to host a trail running special event once a quarter for future collaborations! Stay tuned! The Gen Run Party bus is coming!!!
We are excited to bring you our brand new range of Gen Run Squad custom training and racing apparel by VENTOU! https://ventou.com.au
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MEN’S RUNNING TOPS – sizing guide
2 x Extra Small / XXS
Chest 80cm | Waist 70cm | Hip 86cm
Extra Small / XS
Chest 85cm | Waist 75cm | Hip 91cm
Small / S
Chest 90cm | Waist 80cm | Hip 96cm
Medium / M
Chest 95cm | Waist 85cm | Hip 101cm
Large / L
Chest 100cm | Waist 90cm | Hip 106cm
Extra Large / XL
Chest 105cm | Waist 95cm | Hip 111cm
2 x Extra Large / XXL
Chest 110cm | Waist 100cm | Hip 116cm
3 x Extra Large / 3XL
Chest 115cm | Waist 105cm | Hip 121cm
WOMEN’S RUNNING TOPS – sizing guide
Extra Extra Small / XXS (6)
Bust 75cm | Waist 55cm | Hip 80cm | Height <160cm
Extra Small / XS (8)
Bust 80cm | Waist 60cm | Hip 85cm | Height <165cm
Small / S (10)
Bust 85cm | Waist 65cm | Hip 90cm | Height <170cm
Medium / M (12)
Bust 90cm | Waist 70cm | Hip 95cm | Height <175cm
Large / L (14)
Bust 95cm | Waist 75cm | Hip 100cm | Height <180cm
Extra Large / XL (16)
Bust 100cm | Waist 80cm | Hip 105cm | Height <185cm
Double Extra Large / 2XL (18)
Bust 105cm | Waist 85cm | Hip 110cm | Height <190cm
Triple Extra Large / 3XL (20)
Bust 110cm | Waist 90cm | Hip 115cm | Height <195cm
|The RETURN of events! Parkrun | Fun Runs | Socials | Squad|
|HELLO! Welcome to 2021 and a sublime year of running and events to come for our Gen Run community! Every steps counts and regardless of where you are from and where you are heading, the squad is here to guide you, to accompany you, to celebrate with you, and to validate and acknowledge all that is uniquely wonderful about YOU! We have so much FUN in store for you all this year and it is my personal goal to help you achieve all that you desire in your running lives and beyond. This year for me must become one of balance, management, of running because I might be able to, of walking beside those who have tired, of exercise without specific training, and of listening to my body and gratifying everything it CAN DO. It is a feeling both familiar and of uncertainty for me…but overall, it is a feeling of relaxation and gratitude, because this is a far more constructive viewpoint than focusing on the challenges and restrictions of my body. Promise yourself that you shall not compare yourself to others, or even to yourself as a runner from the past. The here and now are of greatest importance! Commit yourself to each and every day as one that can be brilliant!|
I have compiled a list of events up-and-coming over January, February and into March below here for you to peruse and be motivated by! So many of you are well in the throws of training and tapering now for Two Bays and future events, and Steve and I both always enjoy cheering you on as we pop up around the course to clap, high five and hug those hard-working and glorious sweaty bodies of yours!!! Between us; we have run many events over the years and our squad members too are a wealth of knowledge when it comes to different fun runs and courses. So please! Shout out if you are in need of any advice. There is never any point in re-inventing the wheel and we all LOVE to share our running and racing adventures!
Check out the full line-up of events via this link to our latest email:
Vale Jim – “Great men are not born great; they are made great through the adversities and trials they overcome for the sake of others”I was deeply saddened when I received a message last weekend from Jim’s daughter Robyn, advising me that Jim was in palliative care…a day later, he had passed. My eyes well up thinking of this truly respected man, one whom I am so extremely privileged to have known for several years. Jim Reid loved with such a great depth. He adored his family and he had all the time in the world for others whom he always put before himself. I first knew Jim when I began coaching a recreational running group called Run With Life. His daughter Robyn frequented the sessions and Jim would often make an appearance, have a chat, run at the lake, and just…be there. For as long as I have known Jim he battled the cancer that would ultimately overcome him, and yet his attitude was always cheery and positive. He was a great runner. A marathoner in his time and his passion for running was always evident. As a member of the Traralgon Harriers, Jim was not only a proficient runner, but more-so a great encourager and supporter of others who shared his passion – his daughter Robyn included. Many of our members will have fond memories of their conversations with Jim and I am extremely sad to pass on this news to those who’s lives he touched. More recently, Jim and I shared a love for the ‘lolly-pop’! We both held positions as School Crossing Supervisors (though in different shires), and would catch up now and then for a chat; either in person or via text, about our duties as we donned the high-vis yellow coats and hats Monday to Friday!
The world is at a loss for losing you Jim, but it is a better place because of you.
My deepest sympathies and thoughts go out to Jim’s friends and family at this time.
The funeral of this dear and wonderful man Jim Reid, will be held on Wednesday at 11am.It will be available to Livestream on the link below.https://www.belindajanevideo.com/client-video/james-reid/(Streaming commences at 10:45am)It can also be watched via this link at a later time or date.
____________________________________________________________________________________________The 8-Year Itch! – “Because a change is as good as a holiday!”Steve and I have never wanted a ‘Forever Home’, we prefer to keep on the move and go with the flow of life as it moulds and changes over time. Chapters. Each as captivating and intriguing as the next, turning the page with anticipation and excitement as to what will unfold. We have enjoyed immensely the past 8 years in our beautiful and perfect little home in Lilydale. It was a big change for us, coming from a secluded bush setting of the western red cedar home that we adored for 8 years in Launching Place from 2006 just before we married until 2012. Each home brought us great happiness and was perfect for that time of our lives, and now, we move on to find our next little perfect abode for this chapter. Shortly, this light, bright, happy little home in Lilydale will be going on the market! A true ‘Runner’s Paradise’! 700m from Lilydale Lake, 200m to the Warburton Trail, 2km from the Mt Evelyn Athletics Track, and a little hop, skip, and a jump to the plentiful trails of Silvan and the Dandenong Ranges. The location is sunny, in a quiet private road setting among 10 other little houses, low maintenance and has only ever known Steve and I as owners. I have always felt as if I were on holidays in this house! For some reason it reminds me of a place we stayed at in Airlie Beach, the sun streaming through the shutters from dawn till dusk, the bird-song in the mornings, and the beautiful garden setting. Steve has put much love in to the vegetable garden which is bountiful all year round, and the native gardens that surround the house on common areas have been a labor of love and passion. When we first bought the house, yet to be completed, there was nothing here. I remember the day very well, it was 2 weeks before Melbourne Marathon 2012, to be my first marathon, and I was terrified of injuring myself lugging furniture around! Suffice to say, all went without a glitch! Please be assured – we are not moving far! We want to head back out to the valley, to our happy place of Warburton. A place where we just feel at home. The river, the mountains, the small village feel…a quieter life, a simpler existence, a haven for the three of us and for our friends (you all!) and family to visit and retreat to. A little house on the prairie is what we envisage! Nothing in regards-to Gen Run will change, and of course The Running Company Lilydale. We are just really excited to begin a new chapter, to be at one with nature, and to create our next little slice of paradise. We have wonderful plans of hosting Gen Run social gatherings there and to welcome you all to visit whenever you like. It will be a place of great peace and tranquility, of warmth and leisure.
Here are the details of our home in Lilydale that will be going on the market in the coming weeks! Please feel free to share with your friends and family!
11 Themeda Place, Lilydale:
*3 bedroom*1 bathroom with bath and shower plus seperate toilet*Double (much bigger than the usual) lock up garage*Under house storage/workshop with lighting and power connections*Newly tiled large north facing decking*Tasmanian hardwood floors*Large bird aviary along the back of the house*Impressive veggie garden and well established native gardens*Stone kitchen bench tops*Solar hot-water and ducted heating
________________________________________________________________________________Every day a different body… “If I didn’t wake up and feel sore, I might think I was dead!”Without a doubt this seems to be the truth for me, and I am sure I am not alone in this! Everyday we are different. Not just older, but perhaps more conditioned, stronger, leaner, or stiffer, weaker, tighter, energetic or lethargic, relaxed or exhausted. Sore in one area that yesterday felt fine! Fine in an area that yesterday was sore! I certainly can’t seem to work it out! The rhyme or reason eludes me! Importantly, it is simply an acknowledgement of what we are feeling, making a judgement as to what we should do, and using the strength and sense of the mind to nourish and be kind to our bodies that really are incredible things to be loved and appreciated in all forms. There are few runners I know who aren’t ‘dealing’ with some sort of niggle or other. We are not symmetrical beings and as such the body tends to invariably be stronger or more dominant on one side which; under the stress, load, and repetition of running, can lead to compensation injuries, over-load injuries, stress injuries, and general imbalances causing tightness and pain. The wonderful thing is that we can do something about it, to some part anyway!
For myself it is a constant of game of cat and mouse between what I want to be able to do (in the running sense) and what my body will allow at any given time. Due to the nature of osteoarthritis this can often change from day to day. Frustrating, yet educational! Usually there will be one knee that is happier than the other due to the natural asymmetry of the body and the aforementioned compensation situation, and also the rate of degeneration from both loading and age. To add insult to injury, my latest woes have come from what we now believe is the likely cause of my random foot pain and ‘feelings’ – a nerve compression injury. Warning! Beware of doing leg-swings in the garage! A few weeks back I was preparing for my run whilst Steve got his bike out of the garage. I was standing there doing my leg swings (as you do!) and misjudged where a pile of new decking tiles was and WHAM! There goes the inside of the ankle joint right into the corner of the unforgiving stack! At the time it brought tears to my eyes and was just very sore and bruised (off I went running!), then the pain in my leg began. Not just pain but pins and needles, burning sensations, tightness, numbness and constant aching. This then progressed down in to the foot which has all of these feelings and more now on a very regular basis (like, every moment of every day pretty much!). Apparently, in the place that contacted the tiles directly runs the largest nerve in the foot! Great! The result, a nerve compression injury, inflammation, and the random and very frustrating and painful – nerve pain… Good to have an answer nonetheless and to know that I am not doing damage by running, if only perhaps delaying the recovery process a little. To be honest, and strangely enough, often running is the least painful part of my day! Yay for those happy, pain reducing endorphins! Apparently over time, the inflammation will reduce and the nerve will stop sending out all its crazy messages to my foot.
Returning from injury can be both exciting and terrifying. It never gets easier, we just get better at handling the process. For those of our runners who have been dealing with significant running injuries and are now on the comeback may I offer some advice (that comes from many many ‘return to running’ scenarios over my time!):
It is not unusual to find great improvement after an injury set-back. The strength work, the rest, and the care that you have given your body during your time of injury will all be extremely valuable when you get back to your running. I have run some of my best times just months after returning from major set-backs and time off. This is very encouraging! Optimism and positive thinking will go a long way to boosting your post-injury running performance – do not underestimate the power of the mind. There is little point comparing yourself to the runner you were before; you are not that runner now. You can be better!!! You have given your body time off (and whether you wanted to or not, an off-season is extremely important and as recreational runners, generally the only time we practice this is when our body’s force us in to it. Perhaps if we were smarter we might just take some time off before we get injured???) Perhaps…
Virtually Racing! Are you needing some motivation and purpose to your running? Here are a couple of local, charity-run events that might just give you that pep-talk you need right now!
Sunday, November 22, 2020 at 9 AM – 2 PMPublic · Hosted by One Family At A TimeOnline EventGet your running shoes ready, it’s time for OFAAT’s Virtual run + walk!Normally around this time of year, the team at OFAAT and our Volunteers are gearing up to to head over to Siem Reap, Cambodia to participate in “Running for a Roof” – but for obvious reasons, this year, we are bringing our annual running event to you! On November 22nd, we will be hosting our first ever Virtual Run + Walk, with events to suit everyone. These distances can be run or walked, it’s entirely up to you.Each of the events is tied to a fact about Cambodia and signifies the very reason why our work there is so important. We hope that learning a little bit more about this incredible country will motivate you during your event!The events are: – 3km: 3.8 is the average number of years that girls in Cambodia
will attend school for (across primary and secondary)- 5km: 5.6 is the average number of years that boys in
Cambodia will attend school for (across primary and
secondary)- 10km: Less than 10% of Cambodian people are able to attend
university – 15km: Only 15% of children attend upper secondary school- 20km: 20% of 5-9 year old children are already employedWe will be posting more information about the event leading up to it, so please stay tuned for more details!There will be a welcome and warm up before we all kick off our events together (in spirit!) and a celebratory drink the evening with some prizes!The entrance fee is $15 and we are raising funds to GO BIG in Cambodia! There is a huge need for services such as mother / baby clinics, mental health support, and play groups and we are planning on buying a building in Cambodia to support us to deliver these programs. The space will also be an office for our staff, a sewing centre for the women from our incredible SEW FARE – social enterprise, it will provide space for english classes and also provide a shop front where we can sell SEW FARE stock.
It will also provide a space for volunteers to meet and plan activities with staff. ALL funds donated will be used to help us purchase a suitable building.Please register your details and your distance via the eventbite link (coming soon!) and make your payment of $15 via the Give Now link, OFAAT bank transfer or through PayPalRegistration payments or donations can be made here:
https://www.givenow.com.au/…/onefamilyatatimevirtualru…/More information coming soon, but save the date, invite your friends and get excited! Please feel free to comment on this event or message us if you have any questions about the event.
✴️ Run For The Young Marathon 2020
Sunday, November 29, 2020 at 6 AM – 1 PMBridge Builders Youth OrganisationPublic · Hosted by Bridge Builders Youth Organisation, Thrive Sports Medicine and The Running Company – LilydaleTicketswww.runfortheyoung.com.au/product/registrationIn conjuction with The Running Company Lilydale and Thrive Sports Medicine, Bridge Builders is proud to present the 7th Annual Run for the Young Marathon!This year we are going virtual!With an update to our finisher medals and the addition of a 5km Walking category we know that RFTY 2020 has something for everyone, and you’ll enjoy every minute of it!Sunday 29th November
To enter or find out more visit www.runfortheyoung.com.au
Sunday Full Body Functionals via Zoom!
This afternoon at 5PM –
join me and other Gen Runners for a strength session designed to target running-specific muscles to build strength, endurance, stability and power! It is the perfect excuse to give a little something back to your body and to connect with your running buddies and your coach for a fun time indoors or out! All levels and abilities are catered for through options and adaptations. No equipment required – if you do have some hand-weights however, bring them along!Don’t forget to have your drink bottle with you – it is going to be a warm one!
Sunday Funday Strength – Full Body Functionals!Time: 5PM today!
Join us from home via Zoom:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8251579367?pwd=VnIrMzhQVG8yTXNQZjFiTXBRWmZFdz09
Meeting ID: 825 157 9367Passcode: GenRun
Hello Sunny Sunday! ☀️Soak it up and have a beautiful day!I will be putting up this week’s training schedule for you all shortly 👍🏼
This is YOUR Generation to RUN!
…and how to adjust your pace and plans
Being that we seem to be in a very ‘breezy’ weather pattern right now, I thought I might share with you some things I have learnt about running (training and racing) in the wind!
Immediately I recall Melbourne Marathon 2016 for so many reasons, one being the strong winds that we battled, particularly along Beaconsfield Parade – and for anyone having run Melbourne Marathon before, it’s a long bloody road… Let me take you on a short journey (of 42kms):
My first ‘official’ pacer gig! Having been invited to lead the 3hr 10minute pacing bus for this city’s largest marathon event, I was nervous in a new way, not having ever ‘paced’ at a major city event before and feeling the weight of expectation and responsibility upon my shoulders, plus of course the added pressure of actually having to run that far again only months after racing the marathon in San Francisco on my return to distance racing from (another) stress fracture. The rules around ‘pacing’ are very strict at any major event. The pacer must run even splits for every km and the finishing time must be within 60seconds and not outside 90seconds of the time being paced. For me, I had the most fun in a marathon ever! To be able to run a marathon, not race it, to help others achieve their goals, to have a job required of me and to achieve that was an incredibly fulfilling feeling! And we crossed that line at bang on 3:09:00! However, I digress, back to the wind and the ENORMOUS BUGS! Never before had I encountered hoards of massive bugs flying through the air as we did on that day! They were absolutely everywhere and it was just as well I wasn’t plant-based at that time because the number I ingested was horrific! We hit the strongest gusts of wind along the exposed stretch of Beaconsfield Parade which seemingly goes on forever…
Towing a yellow balloon behind me, (I had to hold it in my hand as a I ran to stop it from: 1. Flying away, 2. Smacking me constantly in the face, 3. Bouncing off the faces of those running with me!) we took that wind on with vigour and determination! In a race situation it is never good form to use someone as a wind-break but it is definitely accepted and often done. Size does matter! For me, being small in stature, I find that a head or cross-wind really pushes me back and buffers me all over the place. Personally I find that a decent head-wind will easily wipe 15-20seconds off my pace, and regardless of a tail-wind on the return (if you are lucky enough), the benefit of this is negated by the extent to which the offending wind has stripped all energy from my legs in trying to push through and not drop off too much in pace. I recall the 10km event at Sandy Point one year. A notoriously windy event and not one I particularly love – possibly because I have never had good weather there! The head-wind was so strong heading out on the first 5km of the course that by the turnaround (having run the slowest 5km EVER), I just had nothing left in me to run a decent second half and found the tail-wind most underwhelming!
Back to Melbourne Marathon we rallied together as a pack and drew in closer to shelter those who were feeling weaker at that stage of the race from the strongest gusts. Everyone in my pacing group (all men) looked out for each other, we communicated, and runners even offered to give me shelter and wind-break as we ran – and I was pacing them! Despite the conditions there were many PB’s run, along with the female winner on that day Sinead Diver.
When it comes to running into the wind there are definitely changes in our form and alterations to our plans that we can make to help us:
Take care out there and over this blustery weather phase.
Take advantage of a tail-wind where you can and embrace the head-wind as resistance training and take extra strength and brownie points from that! Wear sunnies to avoid small particles and insects from ending up in your eyes, and avoid heavily treed areas.
Be safe, be kind to yourself and be thankful that this is just training and not a race!
Good Evening to you all!
News just in! Marg Clarke takes out another podium at the Sunset Series with a 2min PB at Princes Park this evening!!!
We hope that all our fabulous Sunset Series Gen Runners had a terrific evening at Princes Park and look forward to seeing your results and photos 😊
Well we started Gen Run Squad training this morning in the wet and windy conditions, and finished with Gen Run Juniors in sunshine and showers! As usual, an array of weather conditions in one day! Thank you Melbourne, ‘variety truly is the spice of life indeed’!
*Now; I have a few things to share here with everyone. We have some terrific workshops coming up and I urge you all to have a good look at them!
• Our March training schedule shall be out by this week’s end for you all to start planning ahead!
• This Sunday we have Warby Up & Running Fun Run and I look forward to seeing our team there for entrants in the 5km and 10km events!
• Monday next week (24th Feb) – we shall be inviting Kirstin Simpson from Health Systems Go, Kilsyth; who will be presenting at our Monday Night Strength Session for 20mins from 6:25PM (after 25mins of a Coach Bec led session from 6PM).
o Topics that will be covered:
*Improving forwards propulsion and take off during gait – 1 exercise
*Glute stability during single leg stance (running) – 2 exercises
*Big Toe and lesser toe Mobility – 2 exercises
• PLEASE DON’T MISS THIS!
• EVERYONE WELCOME & ENCOURAGED
• Kirstin is also holding a workshop on Wednesday 4th March which I shall be attending, and encourage you all to book and come along too also.
Please see the details below and go ahead to make your booking:
👉 INJURY PREVENTION & MOBILITY WORKSHOP 🧠
• ▪︎Targeted training in the foot & hip communication link
• ▪︎Increase jumping & forward propulsion power
• ▪︎Increase toe off & foot strength
• ▪︎Improved barefoot stability & balance
• ▪︎Overuse & sports injury prevention
• ▪︎Shoe Education from a barefoot Podiatrist
• Wednesday 4th March
• 7:45pm | $15 pp
• 📍26/172 Canterbury Rd Bayswater
• ➡️ Book online if you are a compound member
• ☎️ DM or Ph: Kirstin 0407760616
Now; a few words from Gen Run Squad member and One Family At A Time founder, Jenny!
As you may be aware I have recently started Jenny Jackson Consulting and am launching (with you!) my first workshop.
The workshop is entitled “Ama La Vita – Love Life” and the topic is dear to us all – Building sustainable personal and professional wellbeing. This workshop will be the first in what I hope to make a series.
My website is currently under development and I will be keen to share it with you soon!
If you are interested in coming along, please let me know. If you know of friends or work colleagues who might benefit from coming along, please send the attached flier to them.
I am also available to conduct this workshop with work groups on-site and would be pleased to discuss this separately.
I look forward to catching up with you soon,
We are a trusted boutique service for people of all abilities. We love challenging the concept of what you can achieve. If you have a dream, we can help you achieve it.
This new initiative hosts personalised, and unique group days out. Liz (the founder); has invited the Gen Run Squad to have a private group experience of our very own! We can tailor it to what YOU want! There will be limited places – approx. 10 persons, and I am after expressions of interest! I encourage you to visit the social media pages (links here: http://www.instagram.com/mysupporthub http://www.facebook.com/mysupporthub) for further information.
For example: This up-coming group experience/ outing is to be held on March 21st!
• Explore the ancient Gondwana Forests at Toolangi State Forest. Beautiful glistening creek walk amongst the tree ferns and gigantic Mountain Ash trees. Afterwards, we lunch together at The Singing Gardens and enjoy the sculpture trails. A sensory experience for everyone.
• Please send me your interest, feedback, and ideas on what we could do together!
Stay tuned for info regarding the: Labour Day Public Holiday on Monday 9th March for a special MORNING squad session and BRUNCH together!
HAPPY RUNNING TO YOU!
Bec Rosel : Founder and Head Coach
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