The 36th annual Legacy Health Starlight Run was on May 31, 2014. An estimated 7,500 runners completed a 5k (3.1-mile) run that traveled the Portland Rose Festival’s Starlight Parade route. Mark your calendar now for next year's event, scheduled to take place on Saturday, May 30, 2015. The event is open to runners of all ages and skill levels. Get more information at

This year’s run benefited Legacy Rehabilitation Services, which provides a wide range of therapies to our child and adult patients. Our highly trained staff specializes in sports medicine/injury prevention, orthopedics, neurological, cancer, speech and burn rehabilitation. We offer this continuum of services in both outpatient clinics and hospital settings. 

If you're thinking of training for the Starlight Run or another 5k race, check out our Tips for Training below! 

  1. Couch-to-Starlight 5k Training Program

    We hope to see you at the Legacy Health Starlight Run on Saturday, May 30th, 2015. Get more details about the run and register at Watch this page for information about training programs, tips and tools for next year's race!

  2. Meet Our Trainers

    Meet our Legacy Health Couch-to-Starlight physical therapists team! These therapists have a passion for running, and will be at our group workouts to offer guidance and answer questions about injuries, equipment and training.

    Susan Barth, DPT - Portland site

    Spencer Bushnell, DPT - Portland site

    Erin Clougherty, DPT - Tualatin site

    Michael Deegan, DPT - Portland site

    Kayce Ernst - Tualatin site

    Jeremy Hinton, P.T. - Vancouver site

    Alison Murray, P.T. - Tualatin site

    Meghan Peck, DPT - Vancouver site

    Hans Stenfert-Kroese, P.T. - Tualatin site

    Kara Schuft, DPT - Portland site

    Brandon Tilton, P.T. - Tualatin site

    Emily Wilson, DPT - Portland site

  3. Tips for Training

    Want to try a 5k this year? We can help! Check out these great tips from our team of physical therapists: