Wellbeing Day 2017
Wellbeing Day 2017 in Chingford Pimp Hall Nature Reserve is coming back this year!
Dao Lu C.I.C. is leading and collaborating with Hornbeam Team, Waltham Forest Local Area Coordinator Team and 15+ other local groups to stage this wonderful event. There is something for everyone. The Focus of 2017 event is health. Why not try a rich whole day programme with a day ticket in the beautiful local nature reserve? Tai Chi, Yoga, singing, massage, making lights and lanterns and a glow walk, the list is endless. We even have A Men’s Shed Group for guy-friendly chat!
This is an all day event, from 11am to 7pm.
For full details see the Dao Lu page: Wellbeing day 2017:
Tickets are available in advance from Eventbrite (£6/person, £12/family in advance, £8/person, £15/family on the door)
FREE Tai Chi classes for young women (11-25), funded by Big Lottery Fund Sportivate every Sundays 10.00-11.15am at Walthamstow School for Girls
We are working with our new partner organisation Al Muhsinat to get more girls and young women to try Tai Chi.
- Sundays 10.00 – 11.15am
- 22nd January – 12th March 2017 (no session on 19th February as half term)
- Total 7 sessions FREE
- For all girls and young women aged 11 – 25
- At Walthamstow School for Girls, Church Hill, Walthamstow, London E17 9RZ
- For bookings or queries, please use the contact form.
Full details, including map here: https://www.daolu.co.uk/sportivate-tai-chi-breeze-for-girls-and-young-women-aged-11-25/
Well being Tai Chi retreat 2017
Cool-pads (a third party, not associated with Dao Lu) is organising a retreat in Puglia, Italy that includes Tai Chi delivered by Aaron or Shifu Browne (depending on dates). For details, please see cool-pads.com/ourretreats. Please note this is independent and not organised by Dao Lu. Please contact the organisers (cool-pads.com) for any enquiries.
Who We Are
Dao Lu CIC (Community Interest Company) is a local group of people who are passionate about Tai Chi, an ancient Chinese martial art, and its great health benefits. We promote Tai Chi training to local communities and beyond for a healthier and calmer mind, body and lifestyle.
We set ourselves up in April 2013 and registered at Companies House and the C.I.C. Regulator, The Office of the Regulator of Community Interest Companies, in October 2013. We are also a registered member of British Council for Chinese Martial Arts, the national governing body for Chinese martial arts under Sport England.
We are particularly targeting hard to reach community groups to benefit from Tai Chi training. We work with many different organisations including local authorities to bring Tai Chi to local residents. In August 2014 we won a Big Lottery Fund award to deliver a comprehensive Tai Chi programme, Ultimate Wellbeing, to a wider range of groups in their familiar settings such as care homes and days centres.
Meet the people behind Dao Lu on our Directors and Volunteers page.
Find out more about Tai Chi on our page What is Tai Chi.