Where we are

Running Club

Mondays and Wednesdays 7pm
Wimbledon Clinics

Join our Physios and your fellow running mates among the beautiful Wimbledon Common and Cannizaro Park as you learn the art of running, or for the more seasoned runner, take your running to the next step.
Our running club is a free initiative as we deeply believe in community spirit and healthy lifestyles. We simply aim to encourage all you runners or wannabe runners, to lace up and get going again in a friendly group, knowing you’re in safe, expert hands.
This year, we’ve got you covered with two different running club options.


Couch to 5km

WithKione, MSK Physiotherapist

When: Wednesdays 7pm, July 14th – August 18th

For: Perfect for beginners or if you haven’t run for years, for those returning from injury and for anyone wanting to learn how to prevent injuries. Each session includes a run specific dynamic warm up, technique drills and progressive running, followed by effective cool down, weekly run strength exercise and training tips.

Our team goal is to join together for a 5km run in the final week to celebrate the running journey together.


10km and beyond

WithAlex, MSK Physiotherapist, Run coach and Ultra marathon runner

When: Mondays 7pm, July 12th – August 16th*.

*However, if you’d like to join ad-hoc please email us and we can see if there are spaces available:

For: This new club targets the already regular runner who may be aiming for a 10km+ event and who is invested in learning more about running training techniques, mechanics and training principles.

The sessions will include a dynamic warm up, technique drills, intervals/hills, plyometrics and run specific cool down.


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Introduction to Mindfulness

6th October 7.30 - 8.30pm

The workshop


This hour-long online session will offer you an introduction to mindfulness.This will include:

  • A short mindfulness practice
  • Explanation of how and why developing the skill of mindfulness is helpful and how it can benefit you
  • Discussion on what mindfulness is (and isn’t)
  • An overview of the development of this ancient practice into the mainstream
  • A look at what you can do to  become more mindful.

We will finish off with a question and answer section as well as discussing the ‘Gold Standard’ in Mindfulness courses, an 8-week course which will be running online from October 6th to November 24th, for those who want to take it further.

Your course tutor


You’ll be in the safe hands of Hannah Ellicock. Hannah’s first degree is in Medical Biochemistry, which she followed with 5 years as an Officer in the British Army. To fit better with family life, Hannah retrained and has been a Registered Osteopath since 2007. She believes that mindfulness is a powerful tool to help with this work so that people learn to move intelligently and in harmony, working with their strengths and limitations.Her personal interest in mindfulness was initially triggered as she recognised the need for an effective way to deal better with stress of juggling work and family life. She holds Trained Teacher status with the Oxford Mindfulness Centre and is currently studying for a Masters in Mindfulness at Oxford University.
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