How does Walk and Talk Therapy work?
First, determine if Walk and Talk Therapy is right for you. Sessions are held while walking in District of Columbia and surrounding areas or in your neighborhood. Please let me know if you are interested in walking at a different location.
Additional information on Walk & Talk Therapy below:
What should I wear?
You should come dressed in comfortable clothing and wear shoes for walking.
What about the weather?
In the case of rain or inclement weather, sessions can be rescheduled or held at an indoor venue or via phone.
Can anyone participate in Walk and Talk Therapy?
Most everyone can participate in Walk and Talk Therapy, as long as there are no medical reasons to prevent someone from walking. Even mothers with infants can participate; they can bring their infant in a stroller while they are in session. But, like any other form of exercise, you should consult with a physician before starting. Anyone under the age of 18 years requires parental consent to participate in therapy.
Your choice, based upon availability. Some choose a session before work, while others choose a time around their lunch hour or after work. One of my main goals is to make this as convenient as possible.
Is this a cardio workout?
The emphasis in Walk and Talk Therapy is on the therapy, and the walking is a secondary benefit. We walk at your pace. You should not expect an extremely strenuous workout or any sort of personal training.