Doing the Nordic walk in Stockley Park
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Cost: hours Contact: Leena on 07842 750 224 or Sarah on 07401 028 558 See: www.collettscreations.co.uk/ workshop-venues-and-bookingform
ESTABLISHED by younger stroke survivors, Different Strokes is a national charity which helps LEARN the correct Nordic Walking technique and go on to enjoy a full fitness workout in the open air.
It is easy to learn, and no previous experience is necessary.
Nordic Walking Poles are supplied for your four session course. Locations vary week on week to give you the chance to explore the green spaces in and around the borough.
Nordic Walking combines aerobic, strengthening and conditioning exercise, with the added bonus of open air and lessons are led by fully-qualified and licensed instructor Penny Smith.
What? Learn To Nordic Walk Where? Stockley Park, Uxbridge, UB11 1AQ When? Sunday, August 24. 9.30am-10.30am and every
stroke survivors of working age or younger to optimise their recovery by offering exercise, support, information and advice.
Co-ordinator of the London West Exercise Group, which has been running for four years, Vijay Rai said: “We welcome all young (at heart) stroke survivors living in Hillingdon.
“After you have had a stroke not only is your body left weaker, you week on Sunday Cost: £25 for four sessions Contact: Penny Smith on 01895 420 409 or 07771 872 592 or email learningmoves@hotmail. co.uk
can also feel lonely and isolated. Join us and have fun while you increase your mobility, balance and coordination.”
You will need to get a referral form from Different Strokes, take to your GP or physiotherapist and bring with you at the class.
What? Exercise group for young survivors of stroke Where? Sports Centre, Brunel University, Kingston Lane, Uxbridge, UB8 3PH When? Wednesday, August 20. 10am-12pm and every week on Wednesday Cost: £2 Contact: John or Vijay on 07741 302 190 and 07970 642 087 or email differentstrokeslondonwest@ gmail.com
THE eighth concert in the Ruislip and Harrow Music Festival – which brings classical concerts to a wider audience and helps to showcase the talent of local professional musicians.
The 2014 Summer Festival culminates with a concert at St Martin’s Church Hall with romantic classics performed by Ruislip pianist and Royal College of Music graduate Neil Crossland.
Delight in the music of Haydn, Beethoven, Brahms, Schubert and Rachmaninoff.
What? Romantic piano 1 – Neil Crossland piano Where? St Martin’s Church Hall, Eastcote Road, Ruislip, HA4 8DG When? Saturday, August 23, 7.30-9.30pm Cost: £12 full price, £8 concs Contact: 01895 472 063, pay on the door or visit ruislipandharrow musicfestival.co.uk