Are you looking to take your running to the next level?  Perhaps you’re chasing a 10k PR or want to finish your first marathon.  Regardless of whether you’re a seasoned runner or are just getting started, personalized coaching can help you elevate your running performance and avoid injuries.


Kate Wason, M.ED, SPT, CSCS is an exercise physiologist, a strength and conditioning specialist, and a doctor of physical therapy student.  Kate learned the science and practice of endurance sports coaching through an internship and employment with Carmichael Training Systems, one of the world’s leading endurance sports coaching companies.  Following this training, she obtained her master’s degree in exercise physiology from the University of Virginia in 2015, and is currently ten months away from graduation with her doctorate in Physical Therapy from Duke University.  Kate is a runner herself, having competed in Division III Track and Field during college and subsequently completing six half marathons, with a personal best time of 1:33. She loves working with endurance athletes and believes that the right training program can not only enhance running performance, but also reduce the risk of injuries.


Coaching Packages: 

Basic:  $50.00 Per 4-Week Block


-60 minute evaluation

-weekly training plans with daily workouts (includes crosstraining and strength training)

-24/7 email access (response within 24 hours)

-15 minute phone call/FaceTime once per week. 

Deluxe: $75.00 Per 4-Week Block 


-60 minute evaluation

-Health habits  evaluation (60 minutes – includes nutrition, sleep hygiene, stress managment) 

-Weekly training plans

-24/7 email access

-30 minute phone call/FaceTime once per week 

A La Carte: 

-60 minute evaluation and goal setting session: $35.00

-Video Gait Analysis: $25.00

-Health habits consultation (60 minutes): $35.00

Contact Kate Wason at or call 610-731-4327 for more information or to schedule a consultation.

Happy Running!


*Kate is a certified strength and conditioning specialist and holds a degree in exercise physiology.  She is NOT a licensed healthcare provider (yet!). If you are currently having pain and are unable to run, please make an appointment with a licensed physical therapist in your local area or see your primary care physician.