At Bloomington Moms on the Run, we’re all about inspiring and transforming women (not just moms) through a lifestyle of fitness, fun and friendship. Whether you’re looking to walk, learn to run, or tackle another marathon, we’re here to support you every step of the way.

Our coached group runs and workout classes cater to all fitness levels. The diverse range of workout classes, running plans, and half and full marathon training programs improves strength, flexibility, speed and endurance. But we’re not just about fitness – it’s about forging meaningful connections along the way.

Join Bloomington Moms on the Run today and become part of something special. Join our group of amazing women all embracing the journey toward a healthier, happier life. 


Our cardiovascular interval training classes for all levels include strength training, stretching and education. Our Learn to Run program will help you safely build up to your first 5k race. Walkers and experienced runners, improve your speed and endurance with an interval training schedule designed to maximize your fitness levels.


Our specialty virtual class meets weekly via Zoom with a LIVE instructor. Participants also have access to the classes on demand. By strengthening your core and improving flexibility, this class will help you improve your conditioning and avoid injury. Start you day right with this 30 minute workout!

30 minutes of Cardio + Strength & Stretching! These classes use cardio intervals to improve metabolism and cardiovascular fitness.  Beginning runners will learn to run, moving from mostly walking to running as they progress, with the goal of completing a 5K distance at the end of the season. Experienced runners will complete 30 minutes of interval training to improve their running speed and fitness levels, with workouts designed by our National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson. A short strength training component, stretching, and education conclude the class. Participants are encouraged to bring 5 lb weights and a yoga mat. This class meets at various locations around Bloomington with Coach Stacy.

Our specialty virtual class meets weekly via Zoom with Coach Stacy. 30 minutes to strengthen and tone!  Up the intensity of your weight training routine to build muscular strength and endurance, with a special focus on core training.  Modifications are available for all fitness levels. Recommended equipment: an exercise mat, resistance bands and weights (5 – 15 pound dumbbells) 

Start the day off right!  Beat the sunshine with us at Centennial Lakes Park with Coach Stacy.  Reflective gear and lights are required.

Our weekly steady paced cardio workouts are designed to help participants build endurance and either increase their mileage, maintain their running base, or add in an additional interval workout.  Meet at various locations around Bloomington with the coaching team.

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Spring/Summer Session
Going on now through August 24
Flex 10 $129 (10 classes)
Any 20 $229 (20 classes)
Unlimited Classes $329

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The best value for regular members. Includes bonus classes between seasons!

1 Class per week: $49/month
2 Classes per week: $65/month
Unlimited classes: $79/month

Prices subject to change based on number of classes offered seasonally.

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Hi, my name is Stacy Severson and this is my 9th year coaching with Moms on the Run!  My love of running really developed when I was in college. I was the kid in grade school… and then high school, who dreaded running a mile. I never felt like I “looked” like a runner since I’m 5 ‘3” (with shoes on), and have never been super thin. As I met more runners, I quickly learned that the running community is made up of all ages, shapes and sizes.  If you are working to get out there to run, no matter the pace, you’re a runner! I am not a speedy runner, but have lots of energy and endurance and love running 10 mile and half marathon distances. 

I enjoy staying active with my family playing some pretty epic hide and go seek tag, or in the warmer weather months a neighborhood game of kick ball or “ghost in the graveyard.” I know how challenging it can be to fit fitness into your life when you work and have a family, so I get creative.  Sometimes this means running while my kids bike or doing obstacle courses at the park so we can get some strength training in. In addition, I also work full-time as Director of Enrollment Development at Augsburg University. ​

I coach with Moms on the Run for the amazing friendships, inclusive community of women, and incredible support! I love the diversity of women in our group and the variety of experiences they share. Seeing our members reach their goals is completely inspiring to me! I love being a part of helping others find joy in the journey and learn to love to run!


I’m Jan Gustafson and this is my 4th year as a volunteer coach with Moms on the Run! I have always been active, but never a runner.  I set a life goal to run a 5k in my 50s and was not doing great at training on my own.  And I had no one to run with, since most of my friends were not enthused about or able to run. Then I ran into a group of cheerful ladies running in Hyland Park. I found out about the Moms on the Run group and decided to try a class.  That was over 10 years ago and I am proud to call myself a runner.

I grew up in Milwaukee, WI  and went to college in Minnesota (St Olaf) where I met my hubby, Craig.  We have 3 grown children and 3 grandchildren.   I worked as a Software Support Analyst for Cray, the supercomputer company, for over 32 years before I retired. Running keeps me in great shape for all the other activities I enjoy golfing, biking, XC skiing and traveling.  I have passed on my joy to my Grand girls, who ran the MOTR kids races last year.  I have a deal with them that when they outgrow a pair of running shoes, I’ll buy them a new pair.  


Moms on the Run has brought me an incredible set of friends across multiple age groups, who are so supportive and lots of fun.  We help each other reach our running goals whether that is to  run/walk a 5k or to setting a new personal record.  I am so blessed to be a part of this tribe of women. 


Hello, I’m Meghan and am excited to be joining Bloomington MOTR as an Assistant Coach this season!

After not running for almost 8 years, I started running again in March 2020 as a means to combat the stir-crazy feeling from being at home. I tried running on my own but quickly found myself struggling to find the motivation to get out and run. I saw a post from Moms on the Run and started looking into the Bloomington group.

My original goal was just to get back into running and possibly conquer a 5K by the end of the summer. However, joining MOTR allowed me to reach so many more running goals over the last 3 years!

Prior to joining Moms on the Run I had never run with a group, and it was the most wonderful feeling to be supported from the first moments. I have since met SO many wonderful and kind women that have become friends that I cannot imagine my life without. MOTR was the group I didn’t know I needed and now are the group I can never imagine my life without. From daily check-ins with each other to impromptu and official group runs to the fun races we have done, I will forever be grateful for the amazing community that MOTR is; especially my Bloomington MOTR family!!

I live in Richfield with my family. My husband, Andrew, and our daughter, Charlotte, occupy the house with me along with our old and chatty cat, Gourry. During the week, I can be found working with children as an Elementary Special Education Paraprofessional for the Richfield School District.


Stephanie will be coaching the majority of our Virtual Class Release and Restore: Yoga for Runners. Stephanie is passionate about yoga and the health benefits it provides both physically and mentally.

Yoga has been a part of Stephanie’s life since 2005. She received her Registered Yoga Teacher 200-hour certification in November 2014 and has been teaching ever since. She teaches Vinyasa, Hatha, gentle, myofascial release and kids yoga.

Stephanie creates a safe space, a welcoming environment and teaches from a place of compassion that allows students to explore powerful healing and growth.

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Moms on the Run 5K/10K/Kids Run: Aug. 25, 2024

Celebrate your spring/summer training season with our biggest race of the year: Moms on the Run 5K/10K and Kids Run. For many, this milestone marks a first race — a goal you began working toward in the spring. For others, it's a new PR or a super fun event with your team. Enjoy great swag, food trucks, awards and prize drawings! We've got face painting, crazy hair and fun for the whole family. Learn more about the race and register. All are welcome! No need to be a member of Moms on the Run.
Moms on the Run 5K/10K


We’re thrilled to have you as part of our community. We appreciate you and are here to cheer you on every step of the way!

To access your class schedule, update payment information or make changes to your profile, visit your member account.

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Jefferson High School
4001 W. 102nd St
Bloomington, MN 55437

Moir Park
10320 Morgan Ave.
Bloomington, MN 55431

Hyland Lake Park
10145 E. Bush Lake Rd
Bloomington, MN 55438

Centennial Lakes Park
Gallagher Drive
Edina, MN 55435


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Our unique approach features women of all ages and fitness levels supporting other women. A strong sense of community thrives in this fun team environment. Ultimately, this is the trigger that helps you establish and stick to your fitness routines.

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Our friendly and professional coaching staff, including certified fitness instructors, offers additional support and expert advice.

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Encouragement and accountability are our forte. Over time, you will form friendships that will help you stay accountable to regular exercise, the program and to each other. Our members-only Facebook group provides support outside of class and helps us stay connected. ​

year-round programming

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Our signature training program lets you attend classes from 1 to 5 times per week. We strongly recommend choosing an interval class at least once a week, which includes a higher level of structure and support. From walkers to runners, women will start at their own level and progress throughout the season.

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Our strength and cardio boot camp offers a variety of workout options to help you get fit. We’ll help maximize your metabolism by providing run/walk high intensity interval training (HIIT) at your level. Enhance your fitness level by improving strength, muscle tone, speed and agility.

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Our Polar run offers you a way to maintain the running endurance you built up during the summer and fall, while staying accountable and motivating during the long, cold winter months.

We also host virtual and indoor strength-training classes.


Moms on the Run offers training programs and social media groups to current customers who are training for a marathon or half marathon.

Our training plans have been designed by our National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson.



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