Improve your canicross skills, whilst learning how to run stronger together as a team?

Understand effective training methods for both you and your dog?

Train in a fun environment with others in some beautiful locations?

There are options for you all, from beginner workshops to advanced weekend camps. Scroll down for further details…


NEW!! Join us for the first Dog mono-sport camp in collaboration with B6 Training (Bex Cleary)

A totally unique weekend with world class coaching for canicross, bikejoring and scooting! PLUS lots of new theory content to prepare you for the race season ahead.

Immerse yourself in these sport we love and be prepared for an action packed weekend with multiple practical sessions to focus on different skills. Spend time learning the theory side of the sport, how to train yourself and your dog to become the strongest team together. Learn about race routines, travelling abroad with the dogs, warning up for both humans and canine, all for optimum performance.

The trails at the Wales camp are hilly, hence why we ask for you already to be at an intermediate level. Those looking to compete at ICF – Italy, TSB – France, or other more challenging trails, then this will be your perfect training ground for you!


WHO is it for?

Intermediate+ mono-dog sport lovers looking for a fun weekend camp to improve your partnership with your dog(s) across bikejor, scoot and canicross

WHAT does it include?

A full weekend of canicross, bikejor and scoot coaching including both theory and practical elements. 2 nights camping included along with meals, a fun race and exclusive use of 80 acres of private land!

WHERE is it?


West Wales

HOW much and booking?

Full weekend = £259

All inclusive cost

Book through the links below


Due to the remote location of the camp, it’s recommended that you stay on site and arrive on the Friday. You may arrive from noon on Friday 30th. See full schedule below (please note timings are approximate and subject to change dependant on total number of people and dogs).


Arrive from 12 noon

Free afternoon to set up camp and explore the trails.

Campfire and marshmallows in the evening!

See footage below of some of the trails you can experience.


08:15 – Welcome and intro

08:30 – Bikejor session 1 

10:30 – Tea & cake break (provided)

11:00 – Canicross round 2 – downhill training

13:00- Lunch break (food provided)

14:15 – Theory part 1 – Dog Fitness

15:00 – Tea and cake break

15:30 – Theory Part 2 – Human Fitness

16:30 – Day 1 wrap up with Q&A

16:45 – Wheels skills session

19:00 – Group dinner (food provided)

20:00 – Campfire and marshmallows!


08:00 – Morning yoga stretch and strength taster

08:30 – Theory part 3 – Racing info and travelling abroad with dogs

09:30 – Theory part 4 – Racing prep – weekend and multi- day events

10:00 – Break and prepare for fun race

10:15- Fun relay race

13:00 – Wrap up

13:30 – Lunch to finish the weekend together


Pay only £99 deposit to secure your spot on the full weekend camp. Then 2 x instalments of £80, 1st by July 1st and 2nd by August 1st.

*Deposit is non-refundable, but you may transfer to a different workshop or camp. 


‘ Sports and dogs have always been my life and, since I was 10 and managed to eventually wear my parents down to get my first dog, I have always combined the two in my life. On the human side I’ve gone down the sports science route culminating in an MSc in Clinical Exercise Science and I am a Clinical Physiologist. I also am a fully qualified Level 4 PT and train a number of clients weekly, both in person and online.

I have also combined my love of dogs into my qualifications and have my level 3 canine hydrotherapy award plus I am a Certified Canine Athlete Specialist and have nutritional qualifications for both dogs and humans. 

I have 14 dogs that live with me ranging in ages from four to sixteen and seven of these also compete in harness sports. They all live in the house with me and are pets first and sport dogs second. I started doing canisports before I even knew they existed with my dogs always accompanying on my training runs for football and cricket.

I have competed across all the disciplines from canicross to 4 dog rig. Internationally I compete in bikejor and scooter events. My first International competition was in Poland in 2018 and since then I have always managed to place within the top 10 Internationally and was even lucky enough to come home with a gold medal from Pledran in 2022. 

Training each component individually and putting the parts together to improve the team is a passion of mine. I love the fact that this sport is a partnership between you and your dog and building up an understanding with each other with every session – whether this is by yourself, in a group or racing – and ultimately enjoying time outside with your four legged best friend.’ 


  • British Champion in Bikejor (21/22)
  • British Champion in DS1 x 2 (21-23)
  • British Champion in DS2 (22/23)
  • World Top 10 in bikejor and scooter
  • Gold medal at ICF in Pledran 2022


  • MSc in Clinical Exercise Science
  • Level 4 Personal Trainer
  • Level 3 canine hydrotherapy
  • Certified Canine Athlete Specialist
  • Nutrition qualification for both human and dogs



  • British Champion x 3 (22-24)
  • ICF Vice World Champion 2023
  • TDM Senior Female Champ 2023
  • Sub 14 PB for 5k canicross
  • ~ 9 marathons
  • 70.3 Ironman
  • Ultra runner (around Isle of Wight)


  • Outdoor and Running industry expert (worked for Merrell, Mizuno, Vivo)
  • Degree in Sport Technology
  • MBA in International Sports Management
  • British Athletics Run Leader
  • Gym Instructor L2
  • Precision Nutrition Coach L1
  • DogFit Instructor
  • Run biomechanics nerd (ProFeet)




Intermediate canicrossers looking to improve their running partnership with their dog(s).


  • Canicross coaching – starting, overtaking, teaching commands
  • Running technique advice
  • Running biomechanics theory
  • How to best train yourself and your dog for optimal performance
  • Training schedule & session advice
  • Q&A sessions
  • Nutrition presentation – fuelling yourself and the dog for optimum performance

Check out upcoming dates and location and sign up via the links below:

** The December2024  workshop is a Christmas special in collaboration with TrailDog! Join the workshop on Saturday then stay over at the Country Park to take part in the TrailDog event on Sunday. **



NEW to canicross but looking to give it a go with your dog(s).


  • All canicross kit provided
  • Full harness fitting for your dog
  • Human waist belt fitting and briefing
  • Canicross commands
  • The art of dog running theory
  • Training advice with the dog
  • Q&A sessions

Check out upcoming dates and location and sign up via the links below:

Workshop Reviews

Read about these athletes’ experiences at the canicross workshop…

I can’t recommend this workshop enough, my running improved immediately after putting Sarah’s tips into practice. And she knows about everything! Technique, equipment (I had no idea I knew NOTHING about shoes) programming, rest, nutrition…. Best of all? She inspired me so much to get better, am putting in a training run regularly, dogless!

John Doe

Maca, Swindon

I really enjoyed the canicross workshop with Sarah and particularly loved the practical sessions. Running individually as well as with the rest of the group was a great way for us to bond together and practice what we had learnt within the theory sessions.

The theory had great content and I learnt new things.

Sarah is very passionate about her sport and her dogs and it shines through within this workshop.

The only negative I have is that it wasn’t a 2 day workshop as I feel I could have learn even more with additional time.

If you have been thinking about it, go for it! You won’t regret it. Fun and learning all rolled into one.

John Doe

Kerry, Fareham

A fantastic day of canicross and theory in a welcoming environment with a knowledgable host.

John Doe

Sophia, Alton