Inspired by the other thread looking for barefoot running instructors... There is no "official" certification that is done to say definitively that someone is a competent barefoot running coach or not. We're in the beginning stages of all this. We need to now start laying the ground work for the future. Lee is onto something, but he's not easily assessable to everyone. It would be nice to develop our own curriculum, as I think Jason would be great for this. Until we can catch up to the shod running certifications that are out there, we have to start at home. So what are the criteria/qualifications for becoming a barefoot running instructor? What should they know, understand, do, to become certified as a barefoot running instructor?