Beginners Follow-Up (5 Sessions)

(4 customer reviews)

£150.00£200.00

Block of 5 lessons to fully master the full 10 step International Nordic Walking Federation (INWA) Programme for walkers who have completed the Beginners Walking Taster Course with Nordic4.

Please note we are able to provide walking poles for these sessions and can also provide a pole loan for practise between sessions. See our COVID Code of Conduct for more information.

After booking this activity, Katie will contact you to arrange your teaching session at a time and location to suit you.

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Description

  • Block of 5 lessons to fully master the full 10 step International Nordic Walking Federation (INWA) Programme.
  • This course is for walkers who have completed the Beginners Walking Taster Course with Nordic4.

Price:

  • Nordic 1:1 – 5 x 1 hour sessions – £150
  • Walk with friends – 5 x 1 hour sessions – £125 per person

Location: Lessons by arrangement on The Downs, Blaise Castle Estate or at Ashton Court at a time convenient for you.

Pole loan: Please note we are able to provide walking poles for these sessions and can also provide a pole loan for practise between sessions. See our COVID Code of Conduct for more information. Personal pole loan costs £50 (£30 loan fee and £20 deposit returned at the end of the last session in return for the poles).

4 reviews for Beginners Follow-Up (5 Sessions)

  1. Erica

    Thank you Katie – you’ve opened up a whole new world for me with Nordic Walking! The more I do it, the more l like it. Already, just at the end of the beginners follow up course, I’ve seen parts of Bristol’s fabulous green spaces that I didn’t know existed. I’m looking forward to exploring further….

    With Nordic Walking, my personal preference was to make sure I really “got” the proper technique – surely that’s the way to maximise the benefit? The 1:1 Beginner sessions really ensured that. A bit of a financial investment – but worthwhile, it seems to me, to get the foundations right at the start (the rate of progress is good when you’re the sole focus of a session).

    Katie is a great teacher – endlessly patient, kind and encouraging, yet very clear and persistent about how to improve and get the best out of the technique. Just what I wanted. Very many thanks!

  2. Sarwat Manzur

    Driving past The Downs I was always curious about walkers with poles who all seemed so focussed on their walk and in addition friends participating in Nordic Walking had only positive things to say about this activity. When I signed up for a four day trek in Atlas Mountains, Morocco I wanted to prepare well and therefore decided to take 1:1 lessons from Katie. She was brilliant at teaching me the NW techniques but also incorporated steps that would help me with my trek practicing uphill and downhill moves using poles in order to ease pressure off my joints. I have now successfully completed my challenge and can say that without Katie’s teaching methods I would have struggled. I feel great, have shed a few extra pounds and look forward to my Nordic Walk every week around beautiful Bristol ! Thank you Katie

  3. Beverley

    I have walked with a friend and just completed 5 sessions learning the techniques of Nordic walking. It was a lot harder than i imagined and my arms ache more than my legs! ? But I have loved every minute of it, my mind was focused my core muscles were being worked and my posture has improved. All this was down to Katie our professional friendly trainer who layered our training every week with encouragement and patience. Would not hesitate to recommend Katie to anyone interested in learning Nordic walking. If your looking for some ‘me’ time then I suggest you give this ago.

  4. Sue Webb

    It was suggested I try Nordic Walking to help improve my osteoporosis & build up my muscles which had wasted due to illness.
    Katie is not only an excellent teacher but is being so careful in ensuring that in each lesson she introduces just the right level of technique ensuring I don’t overdo it and do more harm than good – it is also so enjoyable and fun.

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