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To ensure a smooth progression, our classes are run in blocks of 5 lessons.

Please click here for start dates for the next block of classes

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Nordic Walking

Nordic Walking is a great form of cardiovascular exercise. It uses a special type of walking poles and a specific technique to significantly increase the benefits of walking.  It is as effective as running in  terms of it’s cardiovascular benefits, but with less strain on the joints than ordinary walking.  

It burns up to 46% more calories than walking, so it great if you are looking to loose weight or maintain weight loss.  

It may also help to improve posture ease joint pain, reduce depression and anxiety, improve Parkinson’s Disease symptoms, reduce the risk of getting dementia, improve balance and coordination, as well as increasing all round fitness.

Nordic Walking Classes

 Nordic Walking Poles will be provided for all class participants.

We will be offering 5 different types of classes:

Beginners Course: - £37 for 5 sessions or £10 per session

This is a 5 week course, with each session lasting 55 minutes. The course will teach you the basic Nordic Walking technique. When you have completed this class you will be able to join the ‘Social Nordic Walking’ group.

Nordic Walk Back to Health - Beginners course - £20

These are 1/2 hour sessions that teach you the basic Nordic Walking technique. When you have completed this class you will be able to join the ‘Nordic Walking Back the Health’ group.

Nordic Walk Back to Health: - £37 for 5 sessions or £10 per session

These are regular weekly walks for people with a health or rehabilitation need (families, friends and carers are also welcome to attend). The walks will be slower than our Social walks and include regular breaks in areas with plenty of benches. These walks are designed for people with medical conditions such as Parkinson's Disease and MS,  recent joint replacements, tackling obesity and COPD. If you want to get back on your feet and get outside again, this class will be for you!

Social Nordic Walking: - £37 for 5 sessions or £10 per session

These sessions are aimed at people who want to get out and get fit in a sociable and friendly group. You need to be able to walk, for at least an hour, at a moderate pace and have completed either a beginners course.  If you want to get some exercise, increase your heart rate and get to know some great people, this session is for you! You will need to complete a beginners course before joining this course.

Countryside Wanders: - see time table for prices

These are longer walks exploring the beautiful countryside in and around Carlisle. They will be varying lengths and locations - Click here for a full list of countryside wanders. You need to have completed the beginners course and to be able to walk for at least the duration of the walk at a moderate pace and have completed either a beginners course or beginners workshop. If you want to explore the spectacular local countryside, get some cardiovascular exercise and meet some friendly people the these are the sessions for you.

Nordic Walking Classes

Nordic Walking Time Table

What to Wear and Bring with you

We provide all the Nordic Walking Poles, however if you really get hooked and get your own set of poles then feel free to bring them along with you.

Footwear: For the hour sessions it is best to wear a pair of trainers you don’t mind getting muddy.  If you haven’t any next best thing is walking boots and after that any sturdy shoes. Please don’t wear ballet pumps or other slip on shoe, open toed footwear or heels.  For some of the longer walks you may be better with walking boots rather than trainers, depending on the terrain, we’ll let you know when this is the case.  

Clothing: Please have a waterproof jacket with you on all walks incase it rains.  On the longer walks it is advisable to have waterproof trousers, and an additional sweatshirt or insulating jacket with you as well.  Hats and gloves are also advised on the longer walks and on the short walks in cold weather


Please bring water with you to all sessions, as you are likely to get thirsty.

Other frequently asked questions:

Click here for a link to our blog for some frequently asked questions

Nordic Walking Timetable