Our Active Londoners project is well underway. We have braved both the extreme heat, the winds and the rain to enjoy the English outdoors. There is still time to join us and Get Active after months of a sedentary lifestyles indoors…
As I write this, we’re now in our forth week of ‘Lockdown’. We have all been asked to stay at home and only go out for essentials such as food, medication and exercise. This is indeed a trying time for us all. Our regular face to face meetings, classes and workshops in our community space have ground to a halt. This has not stopped us continuing our work in the community.
We believe we must find the positive where we can and today has been a lovely day. The sun was shining as we started the day with a wonderful Meditation session. Our first week we had four participants, this morning there was a full house as 13 of us showed up to take part in the online session via Zoom. Big thanks to Sis Aamasade for leading the meditation.
Today the Tell It Family connected and we will keep this connection going.
I know some people are finding things hard and here at Tell It we want to be of service where we can. If you need help with anything from food supplies and paperwork to toys and activities for all the family, GET IN TOUCH NOW.
I’ll be hosting an online Drop-In session on Mondays between 2 -4pm. Please get in touch if you would like the link to join us on Mondays @ the online Drop-In or if you would like to join us for our Well Being Wednesdays online Meditation sessions at 11.30am. Stay safe & well.
Join us for a fantastic morning of relaxing activities. Due to popularity, this is now our third project aimed at improving well being for local residents. The morning begins at 10.30 with some seated exercise, gentle stretching and breathing exercises.
From 11.30 – 1.30 participants can choose from either:
Smoothie making and/or juicing
Sewing – with instruction
Some of our sewing projects to date include: quilting; cushion making; table runners and personal repairs and alterations.
We are grateful to Westminster Adult Education Service for funding this project.