Walk Better, Feel Better (0901)

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    Start dateOctober 29 2022
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    Time04:00 pm
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    LocationPeppard Lane
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    Price£5 per person, Children under 10 yrs free.


Improve how you walk, reduce joint strain, work on your balance, strength and coordination with some simple postural adjustments and isolated movements. You will relearn how to walk in a way that uses your feet and hips more and your knees less.

The aim is to make walking not only more beneficial for our health as we call upon our most underused muscles but more enjoyable too. When we walk in alignment with a spring in our step, we feel lighter and more upright, which in turns makes us feel happier and more confident.

We will walk down an alleyway, followed by a steep hill, through a second kissing gate and around Harpsden Field, in an area of natural outstanding beauty. We will walk back up so you will have a mix of inclines, with extra tips on how to manage them.

Please wear comfortable shoes, ideally with a wide toe box, thin and flexible sole, attached upper and heel no higher than the toe box, to allow maximum movement. You’re welcome to do all or part of this walk barefoot!

Additional information

Bring water and a good waterproof if it’s due to rain.

Isabelle Brough.
Ideally, park on Manor Road or Berkshire road if you're coming by car and walk to the footpath sign, at the start of the alleyway on Peppard Lane, between Manor Road and Berkshire Road.
0.7 miles
Short walks (up to 3 miles)
Fairly easy (some gentle inclines, steps/stiles)
Yes (There is space to run around and play ball if children are happy playing on their own. Older children (from age 12) may be interested in learning how to walk well in a way that strengthens bones and muscles.)