Date: 26th June 2018
Time: 11:00
Activity Length: 120 mins
Activity Run By: Tim Bowman
Location: Marple Brabyns Brow
Type: Nordic Walking, Learn to Nordic Walk

Phase one - You will learn the fundamentals of the Nordic Walking technique. Gaining forward propulsion from the poles by engaging the correct upper body muscles, understanding correct gait and co-ordination.

Phase two –  Mastering handgrip and use of the pole straps in order to develop technique by adapting the body position and pole angles for walking up and down hills. 

Phase three – Adding more speed through improved technique, understanding how your body reacts to exercise and learning how to stay within your comfort zone. 

Phase four –  Improving posture and understanding how to use technique, distance, speed and terrain to constantly ensure you get the most out of your Nordic walking!

Book your next regular walk with Stockport Nordic Walking Free of Charge to consolidate what you've learned. (Must be used by end of February 2018)

Booking Essential - Poles are provided for the course.

You will receive your Freedom Passport at the end of this course. This allows you to register for free membership with Nordic Walking UK and 10% savings on the online store and our other partner companies. You will be able to join in with our regular sessions. You are also able to book in with our Nordic walking partners instructors and enjoy walks around the UK.  

Whilst we do understand that sometimes it is not possible to make a class, please be aware that we do operate a no refund policy if you give us less than 48 hours’ notice.


This activity is run by: Tim Bowman

Welcome to Stockport Nordic Walking


Here is a little bit about me.

I’ve had a love for the outdoors and history for as long as I can remember. I love walking my dog and being out and about, be that in parks, woodlands, hills or cities.



Activity Location: Marple Brabyns Brow
Address: 29 Brabyns Brow, Marple Bridge, Stockport SK6 5DT, UK
Location Notes: We use the car park just above The Midland Hotel, it is Free parking, the Red Bays are 4 hour ‘short stay bays’, there is extra parking over the road in Brabyns Park, and up the hill too. We either meet in the Carpark or just next to the main road in the Park.

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