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Latest News - Nordic Walking For Health

Get the latest news from Nordic Walking for Health, including information about group walks, healthwalks and the Multi-Activity Outdoor Trails Network.

Suspension of Nordic walking programmes

As of Monday 23 March, following UK government guidance, Nordic Walking for Health is suspending the delivery of all its Nordic walking sessions. Initially, this will be for three weeks until, at least , Tuesday 14 April, when the government will review the impact of its guidance and extend, widen or ease it for a further length of time.

We hope you are still able – if you Nordic walk on your own or with members of your household – to enjoy the benefits of a regular Nordic walk.

Coronavirus guidance when Nordic walking

With the coronavirus/covid-19 situation evolving day to day in the UK, we ask that our clients keep in touch with NHS and government guidance on how to prevent passing on, or getting, the virus. So, for the time being, please follow these guidelines: Effective handwashing, or use of 60% alcohol hand gel/sanitiser, on a regular basis throughout the day, especially after being in crowded or busy public places, where you are in close contact with people for more than 15 minutes and/or where your hands are touching shared hard surfaces, Read more »

New Beginner Courses for Spring !

BOOKING is NOW OPEN for these two beginner courses in Brighton & Hove: 1.30 to 3pm Mondays 6, 20 & 27 April and 4 May (five places left) 11am to 12.30pm Sundays 5, 19 & 26 April and 3 May. Sessions 1 & 2 will take place in Hove Park, Hove and Sessions 3 & 4 in Stanmer Park, Brighton. Prices are from £44 per person, i.e. £11 per session, for a fully booked course with six participants and then pro-rata for fewer participants. Poles are provided and included in Read more »

Happy New Year ! Nordic walking in 2020 …

Happy New Year and all the best for a fitter and healthier 2020 ! On weekdays and at weekends throughout this year, in particular for people seeking health and wellbeing benefits, Nordic Walking for Health will continue to offer: Taster-Sessions Nordic walking is much more effective than both natural walking and walking with trekking poles, as it simultaneously gives the body aerobic (heart & lung) and resistance (muscular strength) exercise. By improving your normal walking to make it more natural combined with learning how to propel the body forward using Read more »