Back To Hockey and Walking Hockey
Back to Hockey 2021 - How to take part:
Don’t worry of you don’t have all the kit, we will be able to lend you a stick - just come ready in active wear, trainers and enthusiasm. If you would like to take part in Back to Hockey sessions you can either contact us first or just turn up on the day and you will see one of our friendly faces.
Saturdays starting 12th June 2019, 11:00-12:00 running for 5 weeks
Wycombe High School all weather pitch, Marlow Hill, High Wycombe
Back To Hockey
- Are you looking for a new way to exercise and meet some new people?
- Did you used to enjoy playing hockey but stopped because ‘life happened’?
- Does watching international games on TV remind you of how much fun hockey used to be?
- Do you support your kids on the side-lines each week at their sports match and think you would like to try their sport or even a new sport?
If you thought yes to any of the above questions then why not give ‘Back To Hockey’ a go!
Back To Hockey sessions are a great opportunity for you to pick up a stick again (or for the first time!) with like minded people in a friendly and relaxed environment without the ‘pressure to perform’.
What have previous BacktoHockey Players said?
"Due to family commitments, work and house moves I hadn't played hockey for about 15 years but decided last summer it was time to pick up a stick again. I thoroughly enjoyed the back to hockey sessions over the summer. Everyone at the club was so supportive and encouraging. I played some games for the ladies IV during the winter and was made to feel very welcome by the whole team. I only wish I'd come back to hockey sooner. I'd definitely recommend it."
Walking Hockey - not currently available
Increasing in popularity, Walking Hockey is perfect for players who are looking for a less physically demanding version of the game but still enjoy showing their skills and being involved in the team and social aspect.
Walking Hockey is exactly as the name suggests - you play Hockey, walking. It’s designed to help people keep an active lifestyle regardless of age, health and ability, as well as getting those back into hockey who had to stop due to injuries or other reasons.
As well as the health benefits associated with most forms of physical activity; keeping fit and active, weight loss etc there are also many social health benefits that come with playing Walking Hockey. Taking time to socialise, meet new people or even build confidence are all part and parcel of taking part in this version of the game.