Nordic Walking with Annelie and Ann-Sofie

Nordic Walking started off in the Scandinavian countries in the beginning of the 70's.
The real breakthrough came in 1997 when a Finnish Sports Institute in cooperation with other agencies, developed specific walking sticks for Nordic walkers. This made the present Nordic Walking technique possible and the activity grew in popularity all over Europe. 

What is Nordic Walking ?


Nordic Walking is a full-body work out, an active walk that increases your overall strength and endurance. 
It can be done by anybody, anywhere, at any time of the year. 
Nordic Walking is very sociable and easy to learn. 
The technique is simple; Nordic Walking uses two specially designed walking sticks to work the upper body while walking. It's a simple enhancement of normal walking. 
With a good technique, you enhance your walk with 30-40% and exercise 80% of your muscles.



Monday: 13.45 - 15.30
Tuesday: 9.15 - 11.00
Friday: 9.15 - 11.00
Sunday: 10.00 - 11.45


5€ membership fee

12 € for 1 session
40 € for 5 sessions
75 € for 10 sessions

1€ to rent walking sticks, 1 session


FORMULA  "Card 75€"

10 sessions of choice

nordic walking / cross training / circuit training 

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Please contact us for your first session

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A Nordic walking session :

A Nordic walking session with Nordic Sports lasts 1h45. There is always one coach and one or two assistants present during this workout. This helps us to ensure individual attention and adapt to each person's wants and needs. 


  1. Warming up: Walking for about 10 minutes followed by some active stretching during 7-10 minutes. 

  2. Intensive walk for about one hour and 15 minutes.

  3. Cooling down for 5 minutes followed by stretching for about 7-10 minutes.

The benefits of Nordic Walking
  • increases your overall strength and 

  • increases your oxygen consumption

  • reduces the pressure on knees and 

  • reinforces your immune system

  • suitable for all ages

  • relaxing and fun

  • close to nature

  • social

  • weight loss


The clothes should be comfortable, breathable and easy to walk in. Avoid coton material.



A hat and gloves. 60% of the body heat is lost through the head.


Nordic walking shoes

Trail shoes

Running shoes


A shoe that allows your ankle to move around freely. 

A good and flexible sole that allows you to walk on all surfaces.


Waterproof shoes and clothing


Every foot is different. Choose a shoe that you feel comfortable in.