Fancy getting fit and healthy by walking? We’ve joined forces with Joanna Hall and WalkActive to offer woman&home readers an exclusive two-night minibreak in Hertfordshire. Click here to book your trip.
Here’s what you’ll get:
- Two nights’ accommodation at the five-star Hanbury Manor
Marriott Hotel & Country Club with dinner, bed and breakfast.
- The complete WalkActive FoundationProgramme presented by Joanna Hall and the WalkActive Elite team. There will be a minimum of 20 hours of workshops, workouts, educational seminars, video feedback and an exclusive “How to fit WalkActive into your life” take-home plan.
- Dinner hosted by us, woman&home.
- 10 per cent off all spa treatments booked during your stay.
- A goodie bag, worth at least £50.
Dates: Monday 12th September to Wednesday 14th September 2016
Price: £685 (two sharing) or £750 single occupancy. Costs for non-residents and partners sharing a room are also available.
So why should you book? Walking is one of the best things you can do to stay fit and healthy and, if you improve the way you do it, you’ll also lose weight, tone up and transform your body. Sports scientist Joanna Hall has developed the unique WalkActive system, which is all about moving your body in complete postural alignment to make every step you take effective and give you the feel-good factor.
Using it has been scientifically verified* to improve your posture, reduce joint stress, improve body shape and increase walking speed. The best way to learn the technique in depth is on our exclusive woman&home WalkActive minibreak, during which Joanna and her WalkActive Elite Team will teach you exactly how to transform your body.
Over an action-packed three days, Joanna will take you through the whole WalkActive Foundation Programme, combining workshops, workouts, and seminars so you can get results in a friendly and fun environment. There’s no bootcamp mentality – just a highly effective, educational and enjoyable programme that will transform how your body looks, feels and performs – all through walking.
*Independent research from London South Bank University academy of sport 2014.