New Book Strictly Walk Slimmer: A Fresh Approach to Walking

A new book explores the benefits of walking for mind and body
LONDON - Feb. 24, 2015 - PRLog -- New book Strictly Walk Slimmer  takes a unique, holistic view of walking, from weight loss to stress management.

Strictly Walk Slimmer goes beyond treating the subject of walking for weight loss but looks at related mind/body applications.

The book features interviews with specialists in wellness and nutrition: Joanna Hall, founder of Walkactive, sex and relationships expert Tracey Cox, dynamic relaxation expert Dominique Antiglio of BeSophro, nutritional therapist Angelique Panagos, and forager John Rensten of Forage London.

The holistic view of walking in Strictly Walk Slimmer will take you from looking at walking as a simple way of going from A to B, to walking as a tool to gain a new perspective while also achieving relaxation.

Author Paola Bassanese says: “As a reader I wanted to learn more about the benefits of walking for both mind and body but I could not find a book that would answer my questions. Therefore, I decided to go straight to the source and interview a number of professionals to gain first-hand knowledge of how walking can improve our overall health.”

Looking back at Ancient Greece and philosophers mulling ideas while walking and talking with their peers, we can learn to make walking part of our daily routine to keep both body and mind engaged for a long, healthy life.

Strictly Walk Slimmer is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble .


Author Paola Bassanese is an award-winning therapist and freelance writer. Other books published include Keep Calm and Pay off Your Debts and Confessions from the Massage Couch. For more information visit Paola Bassanese's website

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