A beginners’ workshop in Nordic Walking will take place locally on Monday September 14th for anyone who wants to try this complete body workout.
The workshop will take place on Monday, September 14th at 1030 am, in the gardens of the Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre on the Bristol road.
The two hour workshop will cover the essential techniques needed to maximise the health benefits. At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to take part in a varied programme of Social Nordic Walks.
Nordic walking is an ideal exercise for anyone who loves the outdoors, enjoys exercising with others or, who simply wants to get fit and tone up.
Just a few of its benefits are:
– 90% of your muscles are engaged,
– 46% more calories are burned compared to ordinary walking,
– Back and abdominal muscles are strengthened,
– Impact on joints is reduced.
Participants can be of any age or fitness level.
Poles will be provided for use during the workshop. The course will be led by a qualified International Nordic Walking Federation Instructor and will cost £36 per person.
To book and for further information, please contact Hazel on 07813 364709 or firstname.lastname@example.org