The Walk Challenge


Walking is for everyone.

Walking has often been described as the ‘perfect exercise’ because of the mental health and physical benefits it brings.

Most people can do it; they can do it from the front door; it can be easily integrated into everyday life; it doesn’t cost much and you don’t need a lot of gear, just a comfortable pair of flat shoes.

Walking can connect us.

For me, it’s the best way I know to connect with nature which in itself brings so many added benefits and you are playing your part in helping the planet. And it’s also a great social pastime if you choose to walk with a group or a couple of friends. In fact, walking allows me to indulge so many of my other passions such as photography, food and wine or beer and travel while keeping me fit and keeping stress at a low or nil level.

What could it do for you?

Through regular activity like walking you are investing in you and in your health, your wellbeing and your longevity? The more you walk you are likely to become:



More mobile


In flow


Rested through sleeping better


More connected




A few pounds lighter


More toned


Ready to take on the world


Less stressed


Happier and healthier


Able to spend more time in the moment

If this excites you then I’d like to invite you to join me and lots of other wonderful women on this Walk Challenge.

 You pledge to walk either 500; 1000; 1500 or 2000 miles over 12 months and on the facebook group you check in weekly and also get great support, tips, competitions and challenges to take part in.

Come join us, get started now and benefit both physically and mentally.

This is a free event which you can do from anywhere in the world and be warned, it’s likely to change your world for the better.

What other women are saying

Since taking up the Walk Challenge in February 2016, I have had a complete mindset change about walking and journeying from A to B. Whereas before, I would have either taken the car or public transport, wanting to get to my destination as quickly as possible, I now walk and find myself turning down a street, just to see where it goes and adding extra steps to my day.

 There is added value in being part of the supportive Facebook group and meeting other participants in person at our monthly walks, brings it all together.

Nicola Slade, London

Overall March was a good month – some weeks better than others but I find myself looking for ways to get out and about more than I did before so that’s positive! I can fasten the belt on my jeans one notch tighter so it’s having an effect on my body shape too!

Linda Everett, Edinburgh

Just totalled up my steps for last week and made it to 70,408. This has been a gradual 3 week journey from 54,000 to 70,000. The shift has come around from getting rid of the second car which means doing the school run ‘walk’, walking down to the local high street or corner shop.

Frea O’Brien, London
The last 3 Monday checkins have all been similar – 51,294 / 52,484 & 54,410. So all on track for my average of 7,500 steps per day and a slight increase each week!
Gail Morgan, St Alban’s

Join the walk challenge now

Your journey starts now.

How would you like to proceed?


Prefer to start small? Take a couple of minutes now to join our Walking Program.


Eager to meet like minded people? Explore our upcoming Walking Experiences.


Ready for meaningful change? Learn more about our guided Walking Coaching.