Coaching on the Run

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Is the Coaching On The Run programme for me?

Do you:

Want to transform yourself personally and professionally?
Love the great outdoors?
Enjoy walking and running?

If you said yes to the above, this programme is for you!

What will I get from the programme?

Quiet Space’s Coaching on the Run programme brings a different dimension to the coaching process. Think of it as our transformational development programme, but outdoors and a little more physical! The natural environment, distance from the stress of home or the workplace, physical exertion, more headspace – the combination can have a cathartic effect that can be a real kickstarter for coaching. I’ll discuss your goals with you and design a bespoke programme to help you get the most out of our time together.

You don’t need to think of yourself as a ‘runner’ to take your coaching outdoors and to reap the additional benefits that physical activity can have for mental health and wellbeing. You don’t need to be able to run far or fast – it’s called Coaching On The Run, but could equally be Walk and Talk Coaching!

Just like with our regular development programme, you’ll come away with:

✓ Increased confidence and self-esteem
✓ Broadened perspectives on yourself and the world
✓ A much greater understanding of who you are and who you want to be
✓ A renewed sense of positive purpose
✓ New direction in your life and career
✓ Tools and strategies for tackling self-limiting beliefs
✓ (The world’s your oyster)

And we’ll get lots of fresh air and fitness to boot.

The Quiet Space Coaching On The Run Programme typically includes:

  • 6 x 1:1 bespoke coaching sessions, each of up to 2h in duration
  • All coaching tools and resources
  • Unlimited text, email or telephone support in between scheduled coaching sessions

Why not read the blog post Coaching on the Run?

Get in touch to book or arrange a no-obligation consultation.


We always know which is the best road to follow, but we follow only the road that we have become accustomed to. ― Paulo Coelho, The Pilgrimage