Get on track

Move & run with greater strength, mobility & flexibility, with yoga

In as little as 30 days

Get on track to an injury-free, life-long enjoyment of running

(Without needing to find heaps of extra time in your schedule, worrying whether it's the right type of yoga for runners, and not knowing what to do and when!)

Whether you’re a new, improving or seasoned runner, if you're looking to reduce injury, while improving run-ability, then you probably already know that you need to complement your training by equally building sufficient strength, mobility and flexibility in all areas of the body, to move and run most efficiently.

Here's what you might not know
  • Get Stronger

    Practised in the right way, yoga builds whole body strength - essential to optimal functional movement, and vital for efficient running.

  • Develop Mobility

    Mobility is critical to optimal running technique and yoga can help develop and maintain joint mobility in a safe and progressive way.

  • Improve Flexibility

    Flexibility is the length of the muscle tissues and, whilst as runners we do not need to be really flexible, being sufficiently flexible is crucial.

  • Build Awareness

    Yoga builds neuro-muscular connection - enabling us to gain awareness of, and ‘switch on’, potentially dormant muscles that could be causing injury.

  • Recover Quicker

    Perhaps most important of all, yoga offers us a way to reset and replenish, ready for that next run.

Even though the reasons to pursue optimal strength, mobility and flexibility for efficient, injury-free running are obvious, the path to implementing a consistent, effective practice, is anything but easy!

Start regular, consistent yoga to run better?

Great!

You’ve tried the occasional yoga class but weren’t sure it was right for you, maybe you’ve tried some classes on YouTube hoping you were doing the right type of yoga, at the right time in your training schedule.

Maybe you’ve even bought yourself a mat, with the intention of starting a home routine but never seem to have the time or the motivation.

Even with the best intentions, many runners who know they need to be complementing their running are either unsure what to do and when, or struggle to fit it in to their busy lives.

I have something for you...

What if I told you that I have a course of online yoga classes, that are not only easy to fit into your week, but make it really clear exactly what class to do and when, around your running regime. And, that are suitable for pretty much any level of yoga practitioner and runner...

Introducing

Your go-to, digital yoga classes to enhance your running - improving strength, mobility and flexibility and reducing risk of injury.

After teaching yoga to runners for 10 years and teaching thousands of students, with amazing results, I’ve distilled the most effective aspects of a yoga practice for runners, into an easy to implement, for all levels, collection of classes that can be used over and over.

Get on Track provides you with the right type of yoga, to do in the time frame that you’ve got.

Get on Track is the only program of its kind that combines the traditional practice of yoga, with modern day conditioning techniques, with the needs of runners in mind - to offer full body strength and tone, efficient mobility and flexibility, effective recovery and enhanced focus and awareness. Addressing the needs of all levels of runner, and all yoga abilities - in easy to implement on a regular, consistent basis that will get you seeing results in as little as 30 days.

So, if you’re ready to finally commit to a consistent practice that will complement and boost your run-ability...

Here's how we'll get you there

Morning/ Pre-Run Classes

Strength & Mobility - get stronger and more mobile, to move with ease and athleticism

This section is divided up into three 20 minute classes, so that you can customise your own practice to your personal time and level! It includes a perfect pre-run warm-up, or morning routine; a more challenging balance sequence for off-days; and another active lengthening class, that can be added on. All clearly shown are the best times to practise each, in the new bonus example weekly schedules!

Section highlights
  • build core strength and awareness
  • increase pelvic stability and balance
  • warm-up pre-run effectively
  • improve posture and alignment

Post-Run/ Evening Classes

Release & Recover - re-lengthen muscle tissue and release tension to speed up recovery

This section is all about effectively releasing tension and safely stretching, to re-lengthen muscle tissue - resetting and rejuvenating the tissues and the nervous system, so that recovery time is quicker and you feel rested, ready to get back to activity. Also customisable - use a 25 minute class for the lower body, with the option to add on 25 minutes more to reset the upper body too.

Section highlights
  • increase and maintain hamstring flexibility
  • release accumulated tension in feet, legs and hips
  • open and restore the back and shoulders to improve posture and alignment
  • permission to relax!

Bonus Content

Run Better with Yoga: Top Tips Tutorials

New, bonus content for this edition of Get on Track, are the top tips tutorials - quick pieces of advice on running form, that link directly to the yoga you’ve just practised. Really understand why you’re doing what in the yoga classes, with these snappy running technique tutorials, with suggestions for you to implement straight away.

Section highlights
  • understand exactly how the yoga can benefit your running
  • short episodes of insights for you to re-watch and implement

More Bonus Content!

Post-Run Stretch Sequence AND Focus and Visualise Guided Relaxation

Need that ideal 10 minute post-run stretch sequence? Well, here it is. Practise a few times with me and you'll probably remember it to do on your own.

Whether you realise it or not, developing your yoga practice in this way will effect you mentally as well. You may feel greater neuro-muscular connection and start moving with more control and attention. You may also find enhanced focus and the ability to dig deeper when necessary!

Section highlights
  • learn just what to do straight after your run, in this easy to learn 10 minute routine.
  • not only find complete physical rejuvenation but start working on your mental game as well!
Take the 14 Day Get on Track Challenge

Get on Track provides you with the yoga that you can continue to return to again and again, to help keep you on track to your best running physicality, in easy to implement spaces of time.

We think that in as little as 30 days, you will feel and notice an improvement in the way you move: a little stronger, a bit more agile, more aware, flexible and even slightly taller!

If, after trying at least 2 classes a week within the first 2 weeks of enrolling, you don’t like or enjoy what you get, then we will return your investment. Just write to me, at support@runbetterwithyoga.com, to tell me which classes you tried and why you don’t feel it’s for you.

Read our full terms here.

Money back guarantee
Here’s what you’re getting when you enroll today:
Get on Track - $197 Value
Plus
  • Run Better Tutorials - $47 Value
  • Example Weekly Schedules - $47 Value
  • Post-Run Sequence & Guided Relaxation - $47 Value

Total Value: $197 + $141

When you add it all up, that’s a value of $338!

But when you enroll today,
you’ll get access to everything for just:

Lifetime access

1 payment of
$97

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions people asked before enrolling on Get on Track

I’m really stiff, can I do this?

Yes, absolutely! Just be patient and respect your body for where it is right now, knowing that you will, and are, making progress. You might be surprised what a few weeks can do.

I’m already doing so much in my week, will I really be able to fit this is as well?

I hear you! But yes, I do believe you can make at least 2 or 3, 20 minute slots in your schedule, don’t you? Even if you have to run a little shorter to find time, it will be worth it! As you get into the habit and start feeling a difference, you then have the option to add more if you can/ wish.

Isn’t running more the best way to improve my running?!

For many people, the answer is no! Due to our western lifestyles, most of us need to learn how to move optimally first, before we start to run more. Imbalances in strength/ weakness, tension/ flexibility and just not knowing how to ‘switch on’ the right muscles can lead to injury. Yoga can help us with optimal physical functionality, upon which we can build our training up!

I already go to yoga/ practise yoga online.

Great! But, Get on Track has been specifically created for you, as a runner - by a runner, Run Coach, Senior Yoga Teacher and Yoga for Athletes Coach - to provide you with just the right type of yoga, combining traditional poses with some more modern conditioning techniques. I'll show you just what, when and how much to do. Not all yoga is the same!

I already do cross-training in my off-season.
Brilliant. Rather than cross-training though, see these classes as complementary-training, that you can do all year round, spreading out the time throughout the week, and feeling stronger, more mobile, agile, flexible and focussed - for life, and running.
Do I get all of the videos and bonuses at once?

Great Q. You get access to all Strength and Mobility and Release and Recover classes (5 in total), plus all the example weekly schedules (3 levels) straight away, as soon as you enroll! Then each week you’ll gain access to a new bonus! After week 1, the Post Run Stretch Sequence, week 2 the Run Better Top Tips Tutorials and after week 3 the Focus and Visualise Guided Relaxation.

What is the refund policy if I change my mind?

If, after trying at least 2 classes a week within the first 2 weeks of enrolling, you don’t like or enjoy what you get, then I will return your $74 investment. Just write to me, before day 14, at support@runbetterwithyoga.com, to tell me which classes you tried and why you don’t feel it’s for you.

Frequently Asked Questions
Here’s what you’re getting when you enroll today:
Get on Track - $197 Value
Plus
  • Run Better Tutorials - $47 Value
  • Example Weekly Schedules - $47 Value
  • Post-Run Sequence & Guided Relaxation - $47 Value

Total Value: $197 + $141

When you add it all up, that’s a value of $338!

But when you enroll today,
you’ll get access to everything for just:

Lifetime Access

1 payment of
$97

Get on Track is perfect for you if...
  • 1. You’re just starting to run more and want the guidance to stay/ get on track to injury-free running. Or,
  • 2. You’ve been running for a while but want a guide to help you improve your overall physical and mental wellbeing to run and feel better. Or maybe,
  • 3. You want to practise yoga at home, in your own time schedule, that you know is tried and tested for runners. And,
  • 4. You’re willing to commit to at least 2 or 3 20 minute sessions per week because you know that it always takes commitment and consistency to get results.
Here’s what you’re getting when you enroll today:
Get on Track - $197 Value
Plus
  • Run Better Tutorials - $47 Value
  • Example Weekly Schedules - $47 Value
  • Post-Run Sequence & Guided Relaxation - $47 Value

Total Value: $197 + $141

When you add it all up, that’s a value of $338!

But when you enroll today,
you’ll get access to everything for just:

Lifetime Access

1 payment of
$97

Eleanor Davis, Elite GB International Runner

I found Helen's classes in Cornwall a great addition to my vigorous training plan as a competitive distance runner. I have found it hard to match Helen's brilliant classes since moving and I struggle to find the time between training and work. Now I have access to these videos (Get on Track), I am able to practise at home at a time that suits my schedule.

There are so many benefits of yoga to runners but personally I find it helps calm my mind and focus on my breath, which as Eliud Kipchoge says, “it’s not about the legs, it’s about the heart and the mind”. I’m also stiff as a board .... it helps with that too! Basically, I can 100% recommend these vids!

Eleanor Davis, Elite GB International Runner, 10k Silver medalist English Road Champs 2018 @elseydavis

Liz Kemp, Advance Coaching UK

Just wanted to say thank you. After only a few days, my core already feels stronger. I've been practicing yoga for 6 months or so but mostly working on flexibility and hip openers and clearly neglecting the strength element, as I have suffered from recurrent niggles in my low back and hips. I'm optimistic that it if I keep at it, I will eliminate them for good.

Liz Kemp, Advance Coaching UK @team_kemp_runningandthings