We are a free park-based social group for Mums and Mums to be. A new initiative from the people behind Buggy Runners, the fitness session where your baby comes too. Welcome to a new friendship group for all Mums and Mums to be looking for fresh air, exercise, company, advice, help and support.
Mummy Walk & Talk is the perfect way to enjoy some gentle exercise while out with your baby. The walks are led by certified walk leaders and mothers; Ronnie Haydon, Angela Sweeney & Siobhan Hagan.
Exercising outdoors in beautiful green spaces has been proven to help with wellbeing, both mental and physical. New mothers are reminded of this often. But it’s not always easy to motivate yourself to get out there. Sometimes just getting out of your pyjamas is a major effort. We believe that if you have a social group to attend with your baby, you’re more likely to take those important steps out of the house and into the world. If the social group is outdoors, and involves gentle but regular exercise, your mood improves dramatically.
The walks will last just 45 minutes and there’ll be plenty of opportunity to rest if mums feel too tired, as well as a chance to visit the café with new friends and continue the conversation. This initiative is supported by Greenwich Fitness & Pilates, Greenwich Borough, the Royal Parks and England Athletics.
WE WALK IN THE SUN, WIND, SNOW AND RAIN.
Outside/inside the Pavilion Cafe at the top of the Park
Thursday - 11.20am - 12.15pm
No Walk on the 27th of December or the 3rd of January 2019 - Sorry!
Who is it for? If you are pregnant, just had your baby or if your children are a little older. For any Mum or Mum to be who would like to enjoy a walk in the beautiful surroundings of Greenwich Park and meet some like-minded people.
How much? Free
Do I need to bring any equipment? A bottle of water is advised. Wear comfortable shoes and bring sunscreen/waterproofs as required. Bring raincover or sun shade for the pram
When can I start? Anytime before the birth of your baby and anytime after the birth of your baby although we do advise consulting a GP if you are in any doubt. Toddlers are welcome too.