We recommend our beginners workshops or 1 to 1 sessions to learn how to Nordic walk using the 10 step technique. Understanding the correct technique will ensure you make full use of the poles and gain the health benefits form Nordic Walking .
One of the benefits of Nordic Walking is that it can suit any fitness levels. Nordic walking is a great way to get fit and keep fit. It can even be used to re-establish mobility as part of a rehabilitation programme.
Nordic Walking requires poles, these are specially designed and not to be confused with hiking poles. We can supply poles at each lesson.
Appropriate footwear is required, trainers or walking shoes, preferably waterproof. Boots can restrict correct foot movement while learning.
Layered clothing is sensible - its better to be take something off, than not have it with you - and bring a waterproof too. However, you should ensure clothing does not restrict your movement and breathable items tend to be more comfortable.
In cold weather gloves and a hat are essential, as is sunscreen, sunglasses and a peaked cap when it is hot. A bottle of water is a must, and for longer walks you may wish to bring a healthy snack. A small rucksack is also useful your items and any clothing.
Personal medication, if needed, should be carried at all times.
Please contact us as soon as possible if you need to cancel, we do understand things happen. If you cancel with any less than 24 hours notice, regrettably the full amount will remain payable. If in the event of severe weather we will give 48 hours notification of cancellation of a lesson or walk and full refunds will be issued.
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We like nothing more than to talk all things Nordic Walking. If you would like to speak to us, please contact us using Email: email@example.com or Tel: 07813921271