07887 611300 julianne@runology.fit


Runology Director CONTACT US

I set up Runology to help people meet their potential.  I have been a physio for 6 years, have attended many post grad courses in running gait analysis and rehabilitation and, most importantly of all, I know what it is like to train for events whilst leading a busy life.

Helping people reach their potential is the very reason why I became a physio. So many people have bad backs, sore knees and hips and injuries from running.  It doesn’t have to be that way!

Running is as natural as breathing so why do 75% of runners have an injury at some time?  It is because they just get out and run with no special training in movement.

We live sedentary lives and our bodies adapt to sitting – that’s why runners get injuries when they stand up and run. With video analysis, the latest evidence and some innovative techniques informed by yoga and the barefoot running community, we can help you find your feet and run injury free.

Let us help you achieve your fitness goals and move through into injury free longevity.

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Here is what some of my clients are saying…

  • Highly recommend. Fantastic knowledgeable and personalised session. Unbiased advice, yet up to date with current thinking and research. Only wish it lasted longer!

    lepha McCartan
  • I had a really great experience at Runology. Jules was friendly, helpful and professional. She clearly explained how the session worked and what she would assess. She gave very supportive and useful advice about my running style and how to strengthen my approach and endurance. She was very helpful in advising on how to avoid injury. Thank you so much Jules.

    Anna Finlay
  • Jules is an enthusiastic, inspiring and entertaining personal trainer. I attended a number of her strength and conditioning classes as preparation for 2016 Manchester marathon as I wanted to train smarter and focus less on plodding out the miles to the exclusion of other types of training as I have always done in the past.

    The classes were small enough to permit plenty of individual attention and I was always clear on the reasoning behind each element of the class.

    I felt much stronger and far less fatigued than normal during the latter stages of the marathon and also in the days after the marathon. Normally I suffer from bad DOMS but I was able to move freely and without soreness in the days following the race and, for the first time ever, run just a few days after the marathon. Normally I have to take at least two weeks off for my legs to recover!

    I cannot recommend Jules’ holistic approach and results highly enough!

    Alison Hume