We all love the buzz of running a PB, right? And training in the world-renowned 'Home of Champions' village of Iten will no doubt take your fitness to the next level. But at Gracefull, we recognise that there is more to life than the stopwatch, and that true health is a multi-faceted thing. In this unique training camp, forged from 15 years of regular visits, Becky's programme balances giving back to yourself and giving to others.
A new sense of perspective awaits on the other side...
13 nights full-board accommodation
Transfer from Eldoret Airport on the way out. Transfer to Nairobi on your return (via a Safari stop off!)
Expert coaches and local guide runners facilitating your bespoke training schedule
Body maintenance and strength and conditioning sessions
Q&A’s with (very) elite athletes and coaches
2 x Massage session
Full customer support in advance of your trip from our UK-based team
Camp Kenya T-shirt and bag
1 day safari at Lake Nakuru National Park
The stunning beauty of the Rift Valley and the innocent simplicity of life there provides the perfect circuit breaker for our busy lifestyles.
- Lung busting laps of the soft, orange trails
- S&C and Yoga
- Body maintenance and massage
- Wisdom from the world's greatest coaches and athletes
- Camaraderie from your like-minded group members
- Down-time reflection, pampering and safari
...all carve out space for you to reconnect to yourself, your strength and what's really important in life.
There is no performance criteria for runners to attend the camp. The only 'selection policy' we have is that you must be willing to use one of your 23kg baggage allowances to carry out donations for our charity partners. Trust me, one 23kg bag is plenty for you and I can also help on the donation bag content side of things if you need. Our brochure contains more details of the sorts of things we're looking for.
Once there you'll get the option to:
- Distribute your donations directly to our grateful recipients
- Help run a charity children's sports day
- Train with a group of young refugee athletes.
Renewed perspective here you come...