April 2017 – August 2018
ONE, TWO, THREE…….STEPS TO SUCCESS!
- FREE SEMINAR (Wed April 5 at 1:30pm)
What makes Nordic Style Pole Walking Effective & Do-Able …at any age or condition?
Thanks to Weight Watchers for letting us use their beautiful seminar room. Don’t have to be a Weight Watcher to attend this seminar. Just attend! Royal Oak shopping center is a convenient location for many people.
THIS free SEMINAR COULD BE THE START OF SOMETHING GREAT FOR YOU! Find out what makes Nordic Pole walking the best exercise for the most people. If you are like the dozens of people who have attended this seminar before, you will be pleasantly surprised to learn WHY this exercise, taken from cross-country skiing, is so effective for so many people.
ARE YOU SEARCHING FOR AN EXERCISE THAT YOU CAN ACTUALLY DO, THAT ACTUALLY CREATES RESULTS, AND THAT YOU ACTUALLY LOOK FORWARD TO DOING?
Nordic pole walking is it. FIND OUT WHY!
2. LEARN LESSON: Try Nordic pole walking to see if you like it. (Wed 1:30pm, meet outside Weight Watchers center on Viewmont)
On Wednesday April 12, you are to try Nordic style pole walking to see if you like it. Learn the four basic steps with Nordixx Canada Master Pole walk instructor Linda Schaumleffel. ($20 class fee. Register and pay through this EVENT CALENDAR. Click on April 12.) Get a feel for Nordic style pole walking before you decide. If you like it you can purchase the best poles from Linda at the end of the lesson ($91).
3. TWO free ROYAL OAK NEIGHBOURHOOD POLE WALKING CLUBS
WEDNESDAY at 12:00noon….starting in front of the Weight Watcher office.
FRIDAY at …….starting in front of the Weight Watcher office.
Let “your gang” help you be accountable to your exercise program. Meet new friends to boot.
ONCE IN A LIFETIME ADVENTURE!
The opening of Victoria’s New Blue Bridge. March 31, 2018 12:00-5:00pm.
New Blue Bridge Opening Day NORDIC Pole Walk Adventure 12:00-3:00pm
$20. MUST PRE-REGISTER! Click on button on this site, and pay with PayPal, Visa, MC.
Led by your tour host, retired Olympian, Linda Schaumleffel, this tour will meet near Spinnakers Pub, and pole walk across the NEW BLUE BRIDGE during the opening day celebrations. Tour consists of pole walk to and across New Blue Bridge, a small tour through new Chinatown, a treat from Chinese bakery, exploration of festivities on Old Blue Bridge, and return to Spinnakers. Included in tour will be a festive bandana, a group photo on New Blue Bridge emailed to you, an authentic treat in Chinatown, a visit to inspiring art installation, plus historic notes from tour guide, Linda Schaumleffel. Bonus: increased fitness because we will be pole walking (so bring your poles). Friends and family who don’t have poles may borrow poles from Linda and join our tour (reserve poles early, limited supply).
You can get to Spinnakers easily from the Esquimalt, Westshore, View Royal, Penninsula side of town. Coming across town to Spinnakers, go across on Hillside or Bay Street. Leave extra time to find parking. You can also take the bus to Spinnakers. A smart person might make a reservation at Spinnakers for an early brunch, and then go on Pole Walk adventure. If you plan to go to Spinnakers after the walk, make a reservation!
GET A FREE MINI POLE WALK LESSON AT 11:00am. Must pre-register.
IF YOU NEED TO BORROW POLES COME AT 11:00am.
This is the fabulous Selkirk Festival. Find me at the Arthritis Tent…..or the food trucks!
Bring you Nordic pole walk questions…….
Happy to chat with you and help in any way I can.
WIND-UP PARTY for Sea to Sea Summer Pole walk Challenge
If you participated in the Sea to Sea Summer pole walk Challenge, email Jennifer to reserve a seat in the official party group.
Special invitation for YOU!
IF YOU WANT TO ATTEND, AND BE A FLY ON THE WALL
to SEE WHAT THOSE POLE WALKERS DO
take yourself to 6-Mile pub for lunch.
YOU’LL BE GLAD YOU DID, to enjoy the wonderful food at 6-mile pub
and to PARTICIPATE IN A STELLAR SILENT ACTION!
Here is a partial list of some of the SILENT AUCTION ITEMS:
Auction ItemsMiranda Mermaid – value $1,500. Minimum bid – $200.Original Framed Acrylic 20”X10” Painting, “Moody Sky” – by Bonita Myers – Value $200. Minimum bid $75.00Original 9”X12” Sea Scape Painting – by Vivienne Siddall –Value $75.00. Minimum Bid $25.00
Signed Copy of “I Went Down to St. James Infirmary” by Robert HarwoodCoffee Table Illustrated Book “Jan Johnson Irony in Steel Sculpture”Gift Basket – Donated by RoundHouse CafeLavender Pack – Donated by Lavender and Black Aromatic Fields, Salt Spring Island – Value $80.00. Minimum bid $15.00Gift Certificate for a Full Body Aromatherapy Massage – Donated by Arôme Aromatherapy Studio, Victoria – Value $99.00. Minimum Bid $15.00Certificate for Nordic Pole Walking Lessons for four – Donated by Linda Schaumleffel – Value $80.; Minimum bid $15.00Pashmina Shawl – donated by Ovarian Cancer Canada – Value $50.00. Minimum bid $15.00Gift Certificate from Fig Deli – Value $50.00 – Minimum Bid $15.00
Three Cook Books in Munro’s Canvas Bag (“Oh How She Glows” by Angela Liddon; A History of Food in 100 Recipes by William Sitwell; 150 Years of Canadian Beer Labels by Lawrence E Sherk – Donated by Munro’s Books – Value $100.00 – Minimum Bid $20.00Gift Certificate for Macaron Cooking Class – Donated by Bon Macaron Patisserie – Value $90.00 – Minimum bid $15.00Pet Gift Basket – Donated by Cadboro Bay Veterinary ClinicItalian Gourmet Basket – Donated by Tuscan KitchenI am still waiting to hear from Front Runners, Murchie’s, Bliss Day Spa, Sidney Pier Hotel Spa.I thought I’d also make up a gift basket – “Date Night” with movie tickets, popcorn etc. or a “Romantic night” with Prosecco, Champagne glasses, chocolates and other goodies.