Saturday 25th April 2015, in Ridgeway Park, Peel Close, Chingford, London E4 6XU
2.30 – 3.30 pm Tai Chi / Kung Fu
3.30 – 4.30 pm Picnic
One breath, One world… World Tai Chi Day 2015 will be taking place around the world on Saturday 25th April. We are organising a FREE event and learning set at 2.30 – 3.30pm in Ridgeway Park Chingford, outdoors weather permitting, meeting on the green field opposite to the park keeper’s office. We hope many students across different classes and venues will come along.
Please contact us if you are not sure whether the event is going ahead or not, before 2 pm on the day. Please let us know if you are planning to come along so we can have a rough number of the students.
Dress code – uniforms and/or Dao Lu or Shaolin Daolu T-shirts.
Food – Please do bring a small food item or drinks or any other picnic stuff. Everyone including children are welcome.
For information, we will be running FREE 10-week Tai Chi and Kung Fu family projects from 2nd May in Ridgeway Park. Please help spread the word to your neighbours and friends or top up your own training. Please see the full project details, including a poster, at Ridgeway Park Family Sessions.
This is a FREE event hosted by Dao Lu in collaboration with our master, Shifu Browne (www.shaolindaolu.com).
Tuesday 12th May 2015, 10:00 – 11.30, Lloyd Park Aveling Centre
Commissioned by LBWF
Dao Lu is launching two exciting projects in local parks. Here is an article in the Waltham Forest News issue 135 published on Monday 30th March 2015 (page 6, Park funding and activities announced) about these two Dao Lu projects funded by an award from the Big Lottery
Fund. One project is for families in Ridgeway Park Chingford E4 and the other is for women experiencing abuse, in Lloyd Park E17.
As part of Big Lottery Funded Ultimate Wellbeing programme, we will be delivering a Tai Chi and Kung Fu project designed for the whole family to get fit and have fun together in Ridgeway Park Chingford.
If you are ready to take the challenge and want your whole family to get fitter for the summer, please book your places as soon as possible!
- Saturdays 14.00 – 15.30
- 2nd May – 4th July 2015 (10 sessions)
- Ridgeway Park, Chingford, London E4 6XU
- Kung Fu session for children and young people
- Tai Chi session for parents and other adults
- Minimum age 7, under 18s must be with an adult
- Meet on the green fields opposite to the railway
- Weather permitting
- Poster (PDF)
This project is for people living in Waltham Forest particularly in Chingford. Sessions are free but must be booked in advance. To book places, please fill in the booking form below.
- Wednesdays 4 – 5pm
- 22nd April – 17th June 2015 (8 sessions)
- No session on Wednesday 27th May (half term)
- In the gym studio, Wood Street Health Centre, 6 Linford Road, London E17 3LA
- For bookings or queries, please use the contact form.
This project is for disabled young people aged 11 to 25 and family carers.
As part of the Big Lottery Funded Ultimate Wellbeing programme, we will be delivering a Floating Lotus Tai Chi project for girls and women who have experienced, or are experiencing, any kind of abuse or domestic violence between April and June 2015.
In Chinese culture the floating lotus represents inner strength – overcoming difficult times and
blossoming to radiate stunning, but humble beauty. Sessions are run indoors by understanding female instructors who will respect confidentiality. Meet other girls and women, help build self-esteem, relax and enjoy the training and support.
Women mentors are being sought for these sessions. If you think you could support women by using your own life experience or wisdom then get in touch.
To book a place on the programme, or to offer as a mentor, please contact us.