Advance Booking Needed

Nordic Walking is our most popular Silverfit activity, with sessions across various London locations from Monday-Friday.
We need to know IN ADVANCE if you wish to attend a session.

How to Book for a Session


  • You will need to fill out this form for sign up for the following week – the form will open on Tuesdays at 11am and close on Thursday at 12pm.
  • Hyde Park bookings only, please email Mark at [email protected]  by the day before (Monday) if you would like to join.

Places will be offered on a first to respond basis.  Signing up via the form does not guarantee a place, you will be emailed to confirm you have a place.

Sessions are currently free until further notice.

All Nordic Waking session are now open to members who have not done NW before. Poles can be provided.



Day Venue Time Instructor Meeting place
Monday Docklands 10.00am for 10.30 start Diane New attendees please call Diane to discuss meeting place 07957 236663
Monday Peckham Rye 9.45am for at start Francesca Round Café in Peckham rye park
Tuesday Burgess Park 10.30am for 11am start Aileen Park Life Café
Tuesday Brockwell Park 2pm for 2.30pm start Aileen Herne Hill gate of Brockwell park
Tuesday Crystal Palace 2.20pm meet for 2.30pm start Francesca New attendees please call Francesca to discuss meeting place: 07866 506866
Tuesday Haringey, Lordship Rec 10.30am for 11am start Johanna Park entrance off Higham Road
Tuesday Hyde Park 10.30am for 11am start Carolyn or Mark (NW Leader) Will to Win Hyde Park Sport Centre
Wednesday Whitton 1.30pm for 2pm start Kay Whitton Community Centre car park
Thursday Crystal Palace Sports Centre 10.30am for 10.45am start Francesca New attendees please call Francesca to discuss meeting place: 07866 506866
Friday Dulwich Park 10.45am for 11am start Francesca In front of the Dulwich Clocks Café
Friday Enfield, Broomfield Park 11.15am for 11.30am start Johanna At the park entrance off Broomfield Lane, nearest to the Children’s playground

Benefits of Nordic Walking:

The fitness and health benefits of Nordic Walking are significantly greater than regular walking, trekking or even jogging, with scientific research from Europe and the USA proving that Nordic Walking:

Activates 90% of the body's muscles

Burns up to 46% more calories than regular walking

Increases aerobic effect by up to 25% compared to regular walking

Decreases load and strain on the lower body

Tones upper arms, shoulders and back muscles

Improves lateral mobility of the spine

Develops core stability and strength

Promotes an upright posture

These benefits are achieved through the use of specially designed poles and a properly learned and performed Nordic Walking technique, whereby the poles are used as a resistance tool to engage the upper body. The result is a low impact, high results, total body exercise.

As a low impact walking exercise, Nordic Walking is something that can be done and enjoyed individually or as a group activity, anywhere a person can normally walk.

Source of info click here.

Why not give Nordic Walking a try and join us??