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September 2019

As Autumn approaches, it allows us some time to reflect and look back to the Spring and Summer calendar. It has been a fantastic season with so much going on. As well as all our regular weekly walks lots of other Adventures have taken place, kicking off in April with the Longhorn Challenge. Some of […]

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What is TMW?

TMW (Tai Chi Movements for Wellbeing) is a specially-developed sequence of movements which promotes physical and emotional wellbeing. With origins in both Tai Chi and Chi Kung, the TMW sequence distils elements of these arts into a simplified form.  Completing the TMW series of moves and gestures varies from just 10 minutes to 30 minutes. TMW […]

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Smovey, Swing and Smile

The Smoveys are FUNctional exercise equipment that really are for everybody; from those confined the chair based routines to top training athletes. They are perfect for well being and for fitness enthusiasts who love a dynamic fitness workout. The ring is often referred to as the “circle of life.” That is exactly how these green […]

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Chamonix 2019 – The Party With Altitude

Have you ever partied with a bunch of people who are crazy about enjoying life to the max and exploring, escaping for adventures in beautiful scenery?That really is the only way to describe the recent Walking Escape Break to Chamonix, June 2019.The party was made of members from the Nordic Walking groups Coreconcept, Paths and […]

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Fitness, Fun and Friendship

Coreconcept is an outdoor fitness company that not only work on getting your body stronger and fitter but also focuses on you and wellbeing. “Fitness, fun and friendship”, is a fabulous recommendation from our one of our members, Diane. That really resonates with what Coreconcept is about. Sam Armstrong, who created Coreconcept ten years ago, […]

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2nd Rustick Nordic Walking mini festival a success

We have been overwhelmed by positive messages from people who came along to the second Rustick weekend, which took place over the first bank holiday weekend, 3rd-5th May 2019. It may have been on a smaller scale than the first but it was bigger and richer for the enthusiasm, participation and support. You joined us […]

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