Learn to Nordic Walk on Seaton Sluice beach
Have you heard about Nordic Walking or seen people walking with poles? Do you like walking with a group of friendly like minded people? Then why not Learn to Nordic Walk on Seaton Sluice beach. If you want to read more about Nordic Walking then take a look our article “Why try Nordic Walking?“.
Learn to Nordic Walk session
The format for the session will be:
- Completion of Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PARQ);
- Provision of a set of poles (properly set up according to your height);
- A short introduction about Nordic walking, its benefits and its origin;
- Instruction on steps 1-5 of the INWA 10 Step Method ™;
- A 2-3 mile walk on the beautiful Seaton Sluice Beach;
- A cool down/stretching session.
Beginners to Nordic Walking often have questions about it, so we have tried to answer some of the typical questions that people ask. You can find these in the FAQ section, so why not take a look.
Please contact us if you have any other queries or questions.
Seaton Sluice beach
Seaton Sluice beach is a stretch of beach which takes you north to Blyth.
The start time is determined by the tide times and to enable us to have a large expanse of sand we will start the session at 10.00 am.
We will meet at the street parking close to The Waterford Arms, in Seaton Sluice. Once you have completed the PARQ and been provided with a set of poles we will make our way to the sand. You may wish to go barefoot on the beach..
Once on the beach you will be taken through the first 5 steps of the INWA 10 step technique.
After the lesson we have found that the best way to get the most out of your session is to practice what you have learned by Nordic Walking, we will walk around 2-3 miles. The sand helps us to highlight anything we may need to work on.
As is tradition, we end with a trip to a tearoom. Our favourite tearoom in Seaton Sluice is Castaways. You are very welcome to join us.
Hope to see you there.
Julie and Martin x
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