What We Do
Integrate sports, nutritional advice and education into an accessible form for adults
How To Join
At present entry is by referral only. Referrals can be made via any multi-disciplinary health teams.
How to help
We welcome the opportunity to work with volunteers and other community groups.
Take someone out of society, stick them on their own in a flat, medicate them … anybody would be destroyed, let alone someone who’s already fragile. Sporting Recovery is about giving people the ability to be independent, but with support. We develop and promote ways of helping people with mental distress cope with their recovery journey and find ways of integrating back into their community. The uniqueness of our programmes are that we integrate sports, nutritional advice and education (with nationally recognised qualifications leading to employment) into an accessible form. As a non-profit organisation, any profits is invested to create a positive impact within the community.
Our sports programme provides team and exercises activities that teach players how to motivate themselves
Our Wellness Cafeteria provides healthy snacks and nutritional information required to sustain a healthy lifestyle
Opportunities to develop coaching certificates in sporting and exercise disciplines alongside basic healthy cooking classes
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Our Tai Chi beginner classes for adults looking to improve their mood, lower levels of depression, stress, and anxiety. Have greater aerobic capacity, muscle strength, more energy and stamina. Enhanced your flexibility, balance, and agility and improve your self-esteem. This is an exercise class referral programme for anyone who is or has suffered from mental Read more about Tai Chi for Beginners[…]
Come join Emily in this fun exercise to music class on Wednesday’s 12:30 – 1:30 pm at the Damilola Taylor Centre then enjoy a healthy lunch
Join the Sporting Recovery team and help raise much needed funds for the unheard and unseen in London’s brand new half marathon, the Big Half 2018. How to Join To apply for one of our places, please register your details here or call the sports team on 0300 030 1233 for more details. If you are one Read more about Join Sporting Recovery Team Big Half 2018[…]
To celebrate Black History Month, Southwark Youth Services in partnership with Sporting Recovery CIC are hosting a Celebrating Sporting Success day, 25th October 2017, promoting mental health success within the BME communities. This is a community event where you can enjoy various sporting activities at the Damilola Taylor Centre in Peckham, SE15 6DR. There is Read more about Celebrate Sporting Success in Mental Wellness Day[…]