|Monday||Iyengar Yoga||11:00 – 11:45||EventBrite|
|Monday||Adult Ballet & Expressive Movement for Beginners||17:00 – 17:45||EventBrite|
|Monday||Self-Massage, Stretch and Self-Care||18:30 – 19:30||EventBrite|
|Tuesday||Chi Gong||11:00 – 12:00||EventBrite|
|Tuesday||Tap and Ballet Dancing for Children||17:00 – 17:45||EventBrite|
|Wednesday||Stories that heal||11:00 – 12:00||EventBrite|
|Wednesday||Yoga||11:00 – 12:00||More information soon.|
|Wednesday||Stories that Heal||19:00 – 20:00||EventBrite|
|Thursday||Women Only ESOL||10:00 – 12:00||Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information|
|Thursday||Mend it with Mo||TBC||More information soon.|
Once a month.
|Thursday||Branching Out (over 55’s activities)|
|Please email email@example.com for more information|
|Friday||Pilates for Pain and Stress Relief||11:00 – 11:45||EventBrite|
|27/02/2021||Origami Workshop |
|16:00 – 17:30||11 to 19 years old||EventBrite|
|28/02/2021||Illustration Workshop- Batman |
by artist Emmanuel Oreyeni
|16:30 – 18:00||11 to 19 years old||EventBrite|
|06/03/2021||Zine Making workshop|
by zine-maker, Ioana from Artizine
|16:00 – 18:00||14 to 19 years old||EventBrite|
by Stefan from Nomadic Youth
|16:00 – 18:00||11 to 15 years old||EventBrite|
|13/03/2021||Patch sewing Workshop|
|13:00 – 15:00||14 to 19 years old||EventBrite|
For 48 years Telegraph Hill Centre has been a place for festivals, pantomines and concerts as well as hosting a range of community activities for keeping body and spirit as healthy as possible. It has evolved and adapted, especially in 2020 with the challenges of COVID-19.
Never ones to let a good challenge go unmet, the Centre and its staff are thrilled to announce a new program the whole community can be a part of – Telegraph Hill Centre is coming to you.
That’s right. The Centre is going digital with some of its most popular classes, free of charge for those who want to join them. Yoga, Pilates, exercise classes, meditation, dance – the favourites at the Centre will be available through Zoom led by our network of qualified tutors, therapists and teachers.
Beginning January 25th, we will have a weekly class timetable running until March 19th – free classes and sessions taught by the same people you already know at the Centre or perhaps have not had the opportunity to meet.
It is a great way to keep in touch, share some of the experiences of lockdown, or indeed forget the lockdown for an hour or two.
From Monday to Friday, at lunch time, we have a curated selection of different activities: yoga, chi gong and pilates.
For children there is the opportunity to use some of that pent-up energy: tap, ballet and stretching classes for 5 to 10 years old, and 10 years old plus.
But it’s not just the little ones who can dance their worries away: dance movement and expression for beginners is also available: relever, sauter and tourner to your heart’s content!
Yoga, dance and pilates are not the only ways to relieve stress – we will host a guided self-massage session per week, helping you sort out all of the accumulated tension from sitting down, as well as some light stretching.
And to leave the week behind, we will have a Friday evening yoga session.
We will also have group support sessions for anyone who is feeling isolated or is struggling with the lockdown. These will be lead by qualified and experienced mental health practitioners.
Classes for those whose first language is not English will also be held. Join our weekly classes and learn how to speak with more confidence. Please also pass on this information to anyone – friend, neighbour or relative – whom you feel would benefit from joining the class.
Keep checking this website for further developments and how to book your spot in our classes.
Alternatively, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you require any other information.
We hope we can provide you with the support you need right now.