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Free Events at Eastbourne Walking Festival – 18 to 17 September

Free “Walk Better for You !” sessions, Nordic Walking Taster sessions and one Nordic walk for competent Nordic walkers are on offer from Nordic Walking for Health during this year’s festival.

All information, including how to book, is at Eastbourne Walking Festival

Usual Group Sessions now available !

As of 17 July, as a member of the public, “You can … exercise alone, with members of your household, or with up to 5 other people from outside your household. Up to two households are permitted to gather in groups of more than 6 people indoors or outdoors, provided members of different households can follow social distancing guidelines”. Nordic Walking for Health, therefore, now offers taster sessions, beginner & extended courses, regular instructed Nordic walks for real exercise and refresher & assessment sessions for groups of up to 5 Read more »

Instructed Nordic Walks for better exercise – AMs Thursdays or Fridays

NEW – are you interested in regular instructed sessions on Thursdays or Fridays starting at 10am in various superb locations ? BOOKING is OPEN NOW ! If five people sign up to pay in advance, Nordic Walking for Health can offer a series of instructed Nordic walks: at the Fitness level of technique on Thursday or Friday mornings over a six week period. Locations will vary, depending on the weather, between Stanmer Park, Brighton, Castle Hill Nature Reserve, Woodingdean, Ditchling Beacon, Friston Forest, Exceat and the Seven Sisters Country Park, East Dean. TWO Read more »

One-on-One Sessions now available !

As of Friday 15 May, Nordic Walking for Health is offering one-on-one sessions again. Booking is now open for taster sessions, beginner & extended courses as well as for refresher & assessment sessions. Refresher/assessment sessions are available for Nordic walking technique as well as for walking with trekking poles and walking unaided: these are ‘Walk Better for You !’ sessions. To make an enquiry, click on Nordic Walking for Health to send an email or text/phone 07813 524587. From Wednesday 13 May, new rules came into effect, including: keep two metres away from people Read more »