There are so many benefits to Nordic Walking beyond walking without poles non less then exercising outdoors/anywhere, with a great social side and camaraderie - these added contributory reasons go to explain why this style of exercise is one of the worlds fastest growing fitness activities. >
For a chat about your specific walking needs, cost involved and the weekly walks etc. please call for chat on:
01297 553522 or drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer Nordic Walking Taster Sessions lasting approximately 1 hour – poles are supplied by us. All you need to do is: find out when and where the next NW Taster Session is and book your place click here for quick link to contact us.
You’ll need to wear appropriate clothing for the weather, foot wear needs to be comfortable – soles need to be flexible (further advice on clothing, footwear, & equipment is given at the ‘taster session’ or prior to, on initial contact)
Taster Session completed and enjoyed! and you’re excited to learn more, then sign up for one of our training Programmes with East Devon Health & Fitness qualified instructor.
Nordic Walking Training
… with East Devon Health and Fitness.
Here you will learn, in 2 x 2 hour sessions, to build your knowledge and technique, leading to your further enjoyment of Nordic walking, and at the conclusion of your training and understanding of the technique you will then be welcome to join in as part of an East Devon Health and fitness Nordic Walking group.
… with a qualified East Devon Health and Fitness Walk Leader.
For continued enjoyment and all round benefit we offer at least 3 walks per week through out the year. Walks are of varied style and length to accommodate most walking needs; venues are all over East Devon; with a repertoire of over 150 walks exploration of our beautiful countryside, is an inevitable addition to our walks together.
For costs of tasters and training, please see Resources ‘Click Here’
A last note…
Remember to do your post exercise stretches click here to see the “how to” pictures why not print them off to use as an aide memoir.