About Us

Get involved in ‘Green Exercise’ and feel how good it is to mind and body.

We are a friendly group of instructors of love to share their passion for Nordic Walking and helping people to achieve their goals. Nothing make us happier than to see someone learn about Nordic Walking, fall in love with it and then use it hit their personal weight loss or fitness goals.

You don’t have to be a member and you will always be welcome. Nordic Walking is great fun and our instructors will not only ensure that you reach your health goals but that you have a great time doing it! You will learn all you need to know in a relaxed friendly atmosphere with the Learn To Nordic Walk course.

You can read about each class and instructor on our website. We cater for all ages and level of fitness.

Contact us today for further information on how you can benefit from Nordic Walking!

Alison McKinnon

I am a Chartered Physiotherapist, specialising in balance and dizziness ( vestibular problems ). I have been working for over 30 years in the musculoskeletal physiotherapy in Scotland, England, and Canada. In the last 10 years I have become a specialist in Vestibular conditions, and work with patients with balance and dizziness problems. I love the outdoors, and have always kept fit.

Nowadays I play squash, walk, practice yoga and cycle. Nordic walking is my latest discovery and it is a great form of exercise, good for the body and soul, improves balance, core strength, and general fitness and wellbeing. I would love you to join me in Linn Park with like-minded people, and see where the Nordic walking journey takes you.

Liz Roebuck

Liz started her Nordic Walking experience when her twin sister booked them into a taster session to celebrate their N0th significant birthday. Some 10 years plus, having pounded many a path and mountain with her poles, she continues to enjoy the sport. ‘… maximum workout in the fresh air, while still enjoying a good chat and catch up… What could be better…’. ….??? Health, wellbeing,

Susan Blaikie

Susan started her career as a nurse and midwife but after world travels returned to Scotland and now works in Clinical Research. She has always loved the outdoors and recently qualified as a Summer Mountain Leader, which enhances her role as a Duke of Edinburgh Expedition Leader. There is so much stunning scenery in Scotland, and she likes to find new routes to walk her dogs locally and further afield. Susan looks forward to sharing these walks with others while encouraging life long fitness and pushing boundaries in a fun and sociable way.

Bryony Malvenan

I have been cross country skiing for over forty years and would regularly take my poles when going for walks at any time of the year when there wasn’t any snow.

The fact that all I need is a good pair of Nordic Walking poles (and trainers or walking boots) and a simple walk would turn into an effective exercise session, whether in company or alone.

What I really love about it, is that you can pitch it at whatever level YOU want. Whether that be enhancing a gentle stroll or adding to a performance fitness regime and all points in between. And you can do it whenever you want.

I trained and worked as an occupational therapist in various areas over the years and was involved with Snowsport Scotland with the Nordic discipline for some time.

If you would like to try Nordic Walking, and there isn’t a Taster Session or Learn to Nordic Walk courses planned, e-mail ot text me and we can arrange a suitable date, time and venue for an introduction to this great activity.


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