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Walk Description:

Come and experience the benefit of adding poles to your walk to build strength, endurance, burn energy and give you positive vibes. We will introduce you to the basic Nordic Walking technique and demonstrate how walking with Nordic poles can add value to your exercise. 

As part of the Leicester-shire and Rutland Sport/This Girl Can Positive Pause workshop we are delighted to be able to offer you this Nordic Walking taster session free of charge. Please register your details on Exercise Anywhere to book, and complete the brief health questionnaire. If any issues are raised we will make contact to check this activity is appropriate for you. When asked to pay for the activity, please redeem the code provided to you by the organisers of the Positive Pause workshop.

Meet: In the public car park off The Common, LE5 6EA, close to the entrance to the park.

There are public toilets within the park (subject to Covid-19 restrictions), but no cafe or refreshments available within the park. However, there are shops and facilities nearby on Evington Green.

Pace: Steady, to suit the group. Walking poles will be provided for you to use. They are disinfected and quarantined between activities.

Terrain: This is a mixed terrain venue with paths of various different composition as well as undefined walkways across meadows. The towpath and some paths through Glen Parva Local Nature Reserve/Aylestone Holt Spinney could get muddy. The route may occasionally cross a stile.

Clothing: Please come prepared for the weather on the day. We recommend you wear layers to keep you warm, and avoid wearing jeans as these are cold if they get wet, and can chafe. A waterproof outer layer is preferred in wet weather. Trainers or boots with a good grip are the best footwear. The grass may be wet and the paths muddy. Pumps, wellies and slip-on shoes are not suitable. 

Elevation: This park is generally flat, but has some inclines which may be used to demonstrate techniques for walking up and down hill.

When joining us we ask you to read and agree to these safety measures:

We aim to be respectful towards members of the public and reassure them of our safe practices. Please bring a small backpack or bum bag with water and a snack if required. Participants are required to register and complete an online health questionnaire in advance. If you feel unwell between booking and joining the class, we ask you to err on the side of caution and cancel your booking. You will be re-credited, and can rebook for a future date or a refund can be issued.

If you have any questions, please use the contact details to get in touch.