Posts Tagged ‘running injuries’


Improving Running Form, Efficiency, & Enjoyment with Matrix Energetics

October 26, 2010

Improving Running Form, Efficiency, & Enjoyment with Matrix Energetics

Matrix Energetics is a Consciousness Technology that helps people tap into the zero point field, the field of unlimited potential.  It feels good, transforms lives, and helps a lot of people in ways

we could not have predicted or even imagined.

The physics of Matrix Energetics are based in quantum and scalar physics.

However, Matrix Energetics is much like Fire… you can study the physics of Fire, even get a PhD in it,

but until you have actually experienced Fire (touched it!), you have no idea what Fire actually is.

This is why in our presentation we talk about Matrix Energetics and explain some of the physics supporting it,

but then, more importantly, we demonstrate it for the group so you have a firsthand experience of it.

We will also be covering a few key components of what Ralph calls “running for free.”

These subtle adjustments to running form, as well as Matrix Energetics, not only make your training

easier and reduce the chance of injuries, but will make every run more fun and effortless.

Curious? Confused? Perplexed?

Come play with us in the Matrix Energetics Field and tap into the Science and Art of Transformation!

Mission Hills Physical Therapy

928 Ft. Stockton Dr., Suite 201, San Diego, CA 92103

Wednesday, November 3rd, 7-9pm

Ralph Havens PT  & Jen Toussant HHP

20 SPOTS AVAILABLE – PLEASE RSVP to 619.543.1470




Running in San Diego

May 24, 2009

Running in San Diego

Over the years I have run competitively and socially in San Diego with many different groups.  Currently I am running with a great group call

They offer group runs at relaxed paces from 7:00 minutes/mile to 10:00 minutes/mile mostly coastal san diego county.  One of the things I like about them is the way the pace always starts slowly 9:00 to 10:00 minutes/mile and then over the first couple of miles works into the various pace groups.

This works well for a variety of reasons:

1.  It allows the group to run together, no matter people’s pace level and visit for a couple of miles.

2.  It allows runner’s bodies to loosen up which prevents injury

3.  It trains the body to start slowly and end at faster paces; this works great as a training tool for runners wishing to race.

The Running Group ( has been a great place for me to run, socialize and meet people from all walks of life and all running pace levels that I would not normally have met.  I am thankful to Greg and his commitment to running in San Diego over the years.  Many of the runs are run out of Movin Shoes Running Stores as well,  a great resource for runners