Let’s Walk…

This year, the Inspire Team has decided to support the Bloody Long Walk.  The Challenge is a 35km walk from Palm Beach to Manly on the 8th September. 

We are fundraising to help find a cure for Mto.  Mito (Mitocondria Disease) is a genetic disorder that occurs when the mitochondria in the cells don't produce enough energy for the body to function properly. Symptoms effect each person differently. They range from mild to severe, they can begin at any age and can effect one or more organs. There is currently no known cure for Mito. 

Our team will be following the Intermediate training plan.  This plan starts with a base of 9kms and we will increase the length gradually. 

Each weekend we will plan a walk. These walks will be around Sydney and we will aim to walk either Saturday afternoon or Sunday morning.  Join our Facebook group for latest updates on the training walks. 

There’s a few things you may need before you start walking

  • Good quality, comfortable shoes
  • Take water and a few healthy snacks on your walks
  • Cross train during the week in between walks
  • Listen to your body and don’t keep going if you’re not comfortable.
  • We’ll throw in some Yoga and Pilates to make sure you’re stretching
  • We'll plan to complete the weekly long walk together. There will also be shorter walks to complete during each week.

The Training Plan

weekend of

Weekly Long Walk


Jun 29th 


Preparation Walk

Narrabeen Lagoon

Jul 6th


Queenscliff to Shelley Beach

Jul 13th


Dee Why Surf Club to Long Reef  (Out and back)

Jul 20th


Manly Dam

Jul 27th


Collaroy to Manly Coastal Walk (One Way)

Aug 3rd


Huntleys Point to Balmain

(One Way)

Aug 10th


Lyre Bird and Middle Harbour Track (Out and Back)

Aug 17th


Manly to Spit walk
(Out and back)

Aug 24th


Bondi to Maroubra
 (Out and back)

Aug 31st


North Head via Blue Fish Track (Loop)

 Sunday September 8th


The Bloody Long Walk
Palm Beach to Manly
Wave 3

We would love for you to join us on any of the training walks, the main event, or donate to help find a cure for Mito.

Click on our team page for more information.

Looking forward to walking with you!

Leanne and Liama

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About the Author

Liama Aesha has been a Shiatsu Practitioner for 17 years and a Yoga Teacher for 10 years.

She owns her own clinic and Yoga studio in Dee Why. She believes in empowering her clients with the knowledge to understand their own health and to give them the best tools to use as and when they require.

Registered Member of Shiatsu Therapy Association, Australia.
Registered Level 2 Teacher with Yoga Australia
Registered Yoga Therapist with Yoga Australia

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