Nordic Walking In The New Year
Here's a New Year resolution for you, if you would like to get fitter
Special New Year Nordic Walking offer
Local Nordic Walking Instructor Helen Murray will be offering you a chance to give nordic walking a go in 2019.
She will be delivering 45 minute taster sessions on January 7th, 8th and 9th in the village with a fantastic 2-1 special offer.
If you book on to a 45 minute Taster session, then you can bring a friend along for free!
Helen will then be running a 4 week "Learn to Nordic Walk" course in Chelford starting on Wednesday 23rd January at 0930.
"Nordic Walking is a fantastic way to get outside, make friends, get fit and stay active," she said.
"It's kinder on the knees than regular walking, but equally you work harder than you would normally and with the poles, you get a whole body workout," she added.
There are other opportunities to Learn to Nordic Walk with Helen nearby.
She is offering a two hour intense "Fast Track" course in Knutsford on Sunday January 13th at 1000, as well as a 4 week "Learn to Nordic Walk" course in Alderley Edge from January 15th at 1330.
"Once you've completed the Learn to Nordic Walk course, then you can come and join our weekly walks on a Tuesday morning starting from the Egerton Arms."
"Poles are provided for the taster sessions and "Learn to Nordic Walk" sessions, so you just need some shoes with a good grip that you don't mind getting muddy and clothes suitable for this time of year- layers are usually best!" Helen said.
You can find all of the details on the Chelfit Nordic Walking Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Chelfitnordicwalking/
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