Dao Lu has been awarded a grant from the Mayor of London FreeSport Winter-Spring programme 2015 for Londoners! Ours is one of many sporting activities funded by the Mayor of London that are available to Londoners of all ages over the winter-spring 2015.
We’ll run a 10-week Tai Chi project for young adults aged 18 to 25 with learning disabilities and support workers. This project is free for the young people and their support workers in City of Westminster and we are working in partnership with Pursuing Independent Paths (PIP), an organisation supporting adults with learning disabilities to achieve their potential.
- Tuesdays 9.30 – 11.00 am
- 27th January – 31st March 2015
- Total 9 sessions over 10 weeks, no session on 17th February (half term)
- FREE for young adults aged 18 to 25 with learning disabilities and their support workers who are using PIP services
- In the open studio at PIP office, 4E Shirland Mews, London W9 3DY
Please note this project is for young adults with learning disabilities who are currently using PIP services or who are referred to PIP by other organisations working with people with learning disabilities. To book, please contact Camilla at PIP on 020 8960 4004 or [php]mailto(“firstname.lastname@example.org”);[/php]
Here is a PDF poster Final poster with all logos – Tai Chi for people with LD at PIP if you would like a print copy of the project.
Over the summer 2014, we also ran a Mayor of London FreeSport summer programme, Standing Like a Tree: Tai Chi for older people at Morley Centre. You can read more here.