Sunday 8th March, 11.45 – 12.45, Walthamstow Leisure Centre, 243 Markhouse Road, London E17 8RN
Many free workshops throughout the day for girls and women to try out. Here is an event poster.
We are doing our small part to support This Girl Can campaign launched by Sports England to encourage more girls and women taking part in physical activities and/or becoming female coaches. You can also watch a This Girl Can campaign video and be inspired!
The event was a great success. You can look at the photos on the Waltham Forest Council
Thursday 5th March, 6-8 pm (time slot to be confirmed), Henry Maynard Primary School, Addison Road, London E17 9LT
Dao Lu Tai Chi has become a fixture at the School’s annual cultural and fundraising evening!
Sunday 1st March, 2-4 pm, London Legacy Development Corporation, Stratford Place, London E20 1EJ
8 girls and women from Dao Lu Tuesdays Tai Chi Breeze class, at an incredible short notice, took part in the Labour of Love art project to talk about Tai Chi and how Tai Chi influenced their lives. These stories will be published on 1 March in a limted-edition publication.
Caroline Jupp, the artist-in-residence at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park who led the project, between her interviews, had a go at Tai Chi and loved it!
Labour of Love has been commissioned as part of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park’s Local Programme which aims to support local artists, organisations and audience connect with the Park and shape its future. You can read some life stories captured under the Labour of Love here.