Islam Awareness Day 2016

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  • Tai Chi demo and taster session at Islam Awareness Week (23-27 May)
  • Thursday 26 May, 5.30-7.30pm
  • Barking Learning Centre, 2 Town Square, IG11 7NB

Tai Chi demo and taster session at 6.30-7pm. Students from Barking will attend and put up their very first demo! Girls and women only event.

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Click on this image to see the launch event on 21st May.

 

 

 

20160526 Barking event poster

Click on this image to see the programme for the week.

 

 

 

Related projects:

Barking Breeze – Tai Chi for Women

Mayor of London Barking Breeze Tai Chi for Women (initial project)

Barking Breeze: Tai Chi for Women

Following a successful Mayor of London Lotus Tai Chi for Women in Chingford project in September and October 2015, Dao Lu has been again awarded a grant by the Mayor of London FreeSport Winter 2016!

This time we are bringing a new project, Barking Breeze: Tai Chi for Women, into London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, where the number of children and young people under 18 is the highest compared with all other London Boroughs. Many local women and/or mums were looking for suitable physical activities. This project aims to introduce Tai Chi to local women in Barking and Dagenham working in partnership with Al Madina Mosque.

  • Saturdays 14.00 – 15.15
  • From 23rd January to 19th March 2016
  • No session on 20th February (half term)
  • Total 8 sessions, FREE
  • At the Al Madina Mosque and Centre, 2 Victoria Road, Barking, Essex IG11 8PY

To book, please use the contact form

Opposite the venue, Al Madina Mosque and Centre, is the Ilford Lane entrance to Barking Park. Barking Park was established in 1896, covering just under 30 hectares to the east of Barking Town Centre. The venue is 10 minutes walk from Barking Station with a beautiful view to the Park. We’d like to say a big thank you to a group of local Muslim women who approached Dao Lu about practicing Tai Chi in Barking and recommended this venue.

A PDF of the Barking Breeze poster is available here if you would like to print out a copy of the project.


Related projects:

Mayor of London Summer 2015 Lotus Tai Chi for Women

Mayor of London Winter 2015 Flow like a cloud: Tai Chi for people with learning disabilities

Mayor of London Summer 2014 Standing Like a Tree: Tai Chi for older people

Female only sessons – first project

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As part of Big Lottery Funded Ultimate Wellbeing programme, we will be delivering a programme of Tai Chi for Senior Asian Women (65+) living in the London Borough of Waltham Forest (dates chosen according to when they would normally meet).hi_big_e_lrg_pink

  • Thursdays 13.30 – 15.00
  • Session dates:
    • 27th November 2014
    • 18th December 2014
    • 29th January 2015
    • 5th March 2015
  • At the Ferguson Centre, Low Hall Lane, London E17 8BY


To book a place, please see Aileen or use the contact form.

We will announce the second female only project details soon.

Tai Chi for Asian and Muslim Women

Commissioned by London Borough of Waltham Forest to encourage physical activities participation in local parks from Asian and Muslim women living in Waltham Forest.

  • Fridays 10 – 11.30 am
  • 19 September – 24 October 2014
  • FREE 6 indoor sessions with a female teacher
  • Free creche. Limited places. First come first served.
  • £20 deposit for crèche booking payable by 17 September. Refundable at end of project, or if you cancel before 3 September.
  • At Community Room, Aveling Centre, Lloyd Park, Forest Road, E17 (see maps)
  • Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult
  • Not suitable for under 11s
  • To book, please see Aileen or use the contact form

A thank you card by an AWTJ participant

A thank you card by an AWTJ participant

A poem written by AWTJ participant Seema Gupta

A poem written by AWTJ participant Seema Gupta

Please reach out and tell your Asian and Muslim friends and/or groups who may be interested!

We have a Poster for Tai Chi for Asian and Muslim Women (PDF) if you would like to print it out.