Netwalking® is reinventing the way we hold meetings by walking together in order to boost our mental and physical health.
Netwalking® is a women-owned social impact company that is reinventing the way we hold meetings by walking together — in order to boost our mental and physical health. We are influenced by the organizations and settings where we spend most of our time which impacts our wellbeing. After recovering from back surgery and health challenges our founder learned to manage chronic pain and stress through walking – which is how Netwalking was born. Our team creates a 2-mile group walk that gives Netwalkers an opportunity to explore their local communities, network with business leaders, shop local, discover hidden gems and nature, as a way to connect, build a stronger community, break down barriers, increase collaboration, and stay healthy all at the same time.
Our unique approach provides clients with techniques, tools, and tips helping cultivate a welcoming environment to experience distinctive urban spaces. We offer a combination of wellness practices and facilitated conversations to improve trust, community building, and effectiveness. We give participants the tools they need to practice self-care, improve well-being AND provide a safe space for reflection and conversations about how to implement those practices.
Netwalking Programming is individually crafted that no two Netwalks are alike. Netwalking develops creative journeys to meet each Netwalker’s needs. These custom experiences are a service unlike any other, connecting participants to learning, the sights around them and to each other.
No prior knowledge is necessary. Each Netwalk will include specific Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) route made to maximize the time and resources available ensuring inclusivity for all fitness levels.
Netwalking together creates new connections, new ideas, and new opportunities. Motivate, reward, and inspire others by hiring Netwalking to fulfill you on multiple levels (work, friends, community, and health).