This Autumn, we’ve started a range of free new groups and activities at the Centre, focusing on wellbeing, health and fitness, together with a theatre performance on the power of community (see below).
Parents and Baby Exercise Group (Mondays, 12:45 – 13:30)
Join us in the Hall on Mondays for a light session of parent and baby exercise. Sessions are open to all and free to join, no sign up required. It’s a fantastic opportunity to stay active while bonding with your little one, we hope to see you there!
Seated Pilates for the over-50s (Mondays, 13:45 – 14:30)
Free to join seated Pilates sessions are taking place in our Hall every Monday from 13:45. This weekly session will provide a welcoming, fun and accessible class with a qualified instructor. You will be in great company, come along and join us!
Healthy lifestyles over 50’s exercise classes (Tuesdays, 10:00 – 12:00)
Every Tuesday, we are running a gentle seated exercise class for the over 50s at the Centre. Practice exercise and movement in a friendly environment. On the last Tuesday of every month, there is a drop in for new clients at 10am. Do come along for the next drop in session on the 31st of October.
Women’s fitness club (Wednesdays, 10:00 – 11:00)
Come along to a new fitness initiative for women every Wednesday morning. These sessions are hosted at Poplar HARCA’s Linc Centre (70 Fern Street, E3 3PR). Engage in physical activity, boosting confidence and energy. These empowering sessions are welcome to anyone, no sign up required.
Men’s movement and mindfulness (Fridays, 14:30 – 15:30)
Join our Men’s group on Friday’s to practice methods of mindfulness, reducing stress and improving mental clarity. It’s an ideal and tranquil start ahead of the weekend, we hope to see you there. These sessions are in our Hall and part of our already a part of our thriving and vibrant Men’s group that meet every week, we hope to see you there!
Theatre performance on Tuesday 7th November at 6.30pm – free entrance
Everyone is welcome to the Centre for a live performance The Play Is Not The Thing group’s ‘The Women’s Centre’. The play is set within the course of a working day at a fictional Women’s Centre in East London. It is a peek behind the curtain into the world of charity – through exploring the frictions and contradictions at play in the sector, it asks questions of who holds the power and whether it could be redistributed to benefit the whole system. Most of all, it’s an ode to sisterhood and the transformative power of community spaces filled with warmth and heart.
Sign up is essential, get your tickets here: https://theplayisnotthething.org/tour-tickets-womens-centre