February 2018 Ranger Events
The Rangers run a large number of varied and interesting events, across Cheshire East, throughout the year.
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Events for February 2018
Tuesday 6 February
Pram Fit / Outdoor Fitness Taster Class - February
A fantastic way to get back in shape, after the birth of your child, with personal trainer Kelly Morley.
Anyone can come to the class at any level of fitness. No experience needed. Any pram is fine, and the even better news is that you don’t need child care as you bring your baby with you. There is a variety of exercises including toning, cardio and sometimes the boxing gloves come out for some fun! Booking in advance is essential.
This event repeats every first Tuesday of the month.
Time: 10.00am to 11.00am
Meeting point: Astbury Mere Country Park, Sandy Lane, off A34 Newcastle Road, Congleton, Cheshire, CW12 4FR (SJ846627)
Leader: Personal Trainer Kelly Morley
Booking: Book online for Pram Fit / Outdoor Fitness Taster Class - February
Information: 07803 245590 or email Kelly Morley
(Places limited - please book in advance / Please wear suitable footwear and clothing / Healthy Walk – Event / Full accessibility - level or ramped access. Accessible toilets available / Children must be accompanied by an adult)
Saturday 10 February
Winter Mindfulness Walk with Pamela Carr
“Nature is full of genius, full of divinity, so that not a snowflake escapes its fashioning hand” - Henry David Thoreau
This is the first of four mindfulness walks at Tegg’s Nose Country Park during 2018. Even if you already know Tegg’s Nose you can expect to be surprised when you slow down and become more aware of where you are and what’s happening. One walker wrote: “Today showed me some new and different ways to appreciate what I see and where I am.”
Research is now proving that our direct contact with nature really can benefit our health and wellbeing. Mindfully walking outdoors in nature through all the seasons can be a truly magical, nurturing and healing experience.
If you enjoy walking, love nature and want to explore Mindfulness - join Pamela Carr on this leisurely morning walk with a difference. The gentle walk (about 2 miles) will include some pauses and simple exercises to help us to slow down, become more present and open our senses to what we can see, hear, feel, smell and maybe even taste, moment by moment.
Pamela loves this beautiful space and experiences new inspiration every time she visits. Previous walkers have spoken about discovering for themselves the quietening, calming and creative benefits of walking mindfully in nature. You might like to bring your notebook or camera.
Following the walk you’ll return to the popular Tegg's Nose Tea Room to share discoveries and creative ideas. Optional drinks/snacks available to purchase. Suitable for anyone over the age of 16.
Booking and payment in advance is essential. Cost £8.00.
Time: 10.00am to 12.00pm
Meeting point: Tegg’s Nose Country Park Visitor Centre, Buxton Old Road, Macclesfield, SK11 0AP (SJ950733)
Leader: Pamela Carr, Mindfulness Teacher and Focusing Professional
Booking: Book tickets for Winter Mindfulness Walk with Pamela Carr
Information: Email Pamela Carr
(Easy walking grade / Please wear suitable boots and clothing / Suitable for anyone over the age of 16 / Please leave your dog at home / Places limited - please book in advance / There is a charge, payable in advance, for attending this event / Healthy Walk – Event / Refreshment stop, opportunity for refreshments / Partnership event / Car parking charge)
Wednesday 14 February
Introduction to Nordic Walking - February – Bollington
Nordic walking is the fastest growing fitness activity in the world with a wide variety of people now regularly taking part in what was originally used by cross country skiers as a way to stay fit during the summer.
However, it is not simply a case of grabbing a pair of poles and walking with them! It requires the correct technique in order to get the whole body working and it is essential you learn this from a qualified Instructor who will ensure you get the full benefit and fastest possible results.
Introduction to Nordic Walking is a FREE session which will cover the basics and benefits to Nordic Walking. You will get to try out the poles and the technique, and is led by a qualified instructor from the Everybody Sport & Recreation Nordic Walking Programme. Booking in advance is essential. If you enjoy this session there will be a follow on course to perfect your technique and then be able to attend our regular walks.
Time: 10.00am to 11.30am
Meeting point: Public car park, Adlington Road, Bollington, SK10 5JT (SJ930781)
Leader: David Lambert, Nordic Walking Instructor for the Everybody Nordic Walking Programme
Booking: Book tickets for Introduction to Nordic Walking - February - Bollington
(Easy walking grade / Please wear suitable boots and clothing / Places limited - please book in advance)