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We offer several services including:

  • Barefoot and minimalist shoe clinics in conjunction with Merrell
  • Barefoot and minimalist shoe clinics for groups or stores unaffiliated with Merrell
  • Speaking engagements for groups of any size
  • Consulting services to help retail stores integrate minimalist shoes with current stock
  • Limited in-person coaching for individuals and small groups
  • Freelance writing
  • Ebook publishing and marketing services

Our schedule fills quickly and our availability is limited based on our travels and race schedule.  Here’s a tentative schedule of our 2012 events and races:

  • Feb. 25th- Running Skirts, 676 2nd Street, Encinitas, CA 92024 , 10am-2pm
  • Feb. 26th- Pt. Mugu State Park, 9000 W. Pacific Coast Highway,
    Malibu, CA 90265 (morning, time TBD)
  • Feb. 29th- Super Jock and Jill, 7210 E Greenlake Dr. N, Seattle WA 98115, 8:45-9:45am
  • Feb. 29th- Born to Run, Seattle, WA, 6:00pm
  • March 1st- Portland, OR (time and location TBD)
  • March 3rd- Shu’s Idaho Running Company, 1758 W. State Street, Boise, Idaho (time TBD)
  • March 10: Way Too Cool 50k, Cool, CA
  • March 18th- Rodeo Valley Trail Run 50k, Rodeo Beach, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, CA 94941
  • April 15th: Down and Dirty Los Angeles
  • April 19th- Facebook chat on Merrell Facebook page, 7pm EST
  • April 24th- Backwoods Austin, 12921 Hill Country Blvd., Suite D2-145 Austin, TX, 7pm
  • April 25th- Backwoods Fort Worth, 2727 W. 7th St., Fort Worth, TX, 7pm
  • April 26th- Backwoods Wichita, 1900 North Rock Rd. Suite 108 Wichita, KS, 7pm
  • April 27th- Backwoods Oklahoma City, 12325 N. May Ave, Suite 103, Oklahoma City, OK, 7pm
  • May 20th: Down and Dirty Chicago
  • May 20th- Uncle Dan’s Outdoor Store, Chicago, 5pm
  • May 22nd- Washington, D.C. (details will be given soon)
  • May 23rd- Eastern Mountain Sports, 2152 Broadway, Uptown event, New York City, 6pm
  • May 24th- Eastern Mountain Sports,  530 Broadway, Downtown event, New York City, 6pm
  • May 26th and 27th- Pineland Farms Trail Running Festival
  • June 3rd- Down and Dirty Dallas
  • June ???- The Naked Foot 5k Denver (tentative)
  • June 17-18: Bighorn 100, Dayton, Wyoming
  • June 23rd and 24th: Black Hills 100, Sturgis, SD
  • July 21 and 22: Tahoe Rim Trail, Lake Tahoe, NV
  • July 28-29: Grand Mesa 100: Cedaredge, CO
  • August ???: The Naked Foot 5k Minneapolis and/or Grand Rapids (tentative)
  • August 26th: Down and Dirty Detroit
  • September 7,8,9: Run Woodstock Trail Running Festival, Pinckney, MI
  • Late September: NYC Barefoot Run, NYC
  • September 30: Down and Dirty NYC
  • October 5th: Grindstone 100, Swoope, VA
  • October 14th: Down and Dirty Atlanta
  • October 21st: Pumpkin Holler 100 miler, Tahlequah, OK
  • October 28th: Down and Dirty Sacramento
  • November 17th and 18th, Chimera 100, Saddleback Mountains, Southern California
  • November 24th and 25th- Chile clinics (details to be announced prior to events)
  • December 29th: Across the Years, Phoenix, AZ

Contact Shelly at shellyrobillard “at” gmail “dot” com for pricing and detailed information for clinics, talks, or coaching.

 

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  2. ElyDave
    July 16, 2012

    Are you planning on getting across this side of the pond at any time?

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  3. Barefoot Running Book - Review | Fitlish
    March 30, 2012

    [...] Don’t miss the opportunity to attend one.  He posts his clinic schedule here, http://barefootrunninguniversity.com/clinics [...]

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    • maril crabtree
      April 4, 2012

      Hi, Jason,

      I started running with Merrell’s barefoot shoe about six months ago (did intervals and built up slowly as I am 69 years old). Had great success and liked running for the first time in my life. But now I have a metatarsal stress fracture and have to rest my foot at least 4 weeks. My question is – am I done with barefoot style running? I hate to have to go back to “regular” running shoes. They look and feel clunky after the Merrells. Any advice would be appreciated. I live in Kansas City and don’t imagine you’re ever here for a clinic.

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      • Derek Wray
        September 13, 2012

        I’m 18 months into barefoot lifestyle during which I progressed to no-shoes running after doing Nike Free/Merrell Barefoot/Vivo Barefoot shod running. I started from scratch as I’ve never been able to run correctly due to affects of a slightly clubbed foot at birth.
        Six months is not very long when you think of how long we’ve walked and ran shod; not very long at all.
        Chances are (assuming your form is correct) that you’re still in adjustment.
        I have now done 2 months running without shoes and have to say , I can’t go back. My feet are still getting stronger after all this time and form comes completely naturally.
        Having said all of that, I’m still only doing a 10 minute warm up and 15 minutes of intervals to get my speed up.
        Slowly, slowly catchy monkey.

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  4. David Goulette
    March 25, 2012

    Hi Jason,
    my wife and I are going to be at Zombie Runner on April 7th and I am very excited to meet you. Is Shelly going to be there? I hope so. I would like to meet both of you. Anyway I am going to try to get some of my running friends to come.
    David

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  6. Sara
    September 19, 2010

    How about Ann Arbor?

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