Photo: Paralympian Menna Fitzpatrick. Left: with her Silver and Bronze medals from the Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympic Games. Right: Menna in action at Beijing 2022.

 

Join us for an evening of workshops and networking to celebrate International Women’s Day. Disability Sport Wales are hosting an event with the purpose of supporting female participation in sport.


What will the event cover?

Throughout the event a number of workshops will be delivered focusing on supporting female participation in sport. We aim to deliver these, inclusively (but not disability specific) and to offer a great experience while developing the knowledge of how to support the female participation in physical activity including sport.

The 30-minute workshops will be based on the following:

  • Athlete Journey presented by Paralympic GB's most decorated winter Paralympian - Menna Fitzpatrick
  • Workshop delivered by Lora Roberts MChiro LRCC. Lora is a former Associate Chiropractor at Ridgeway Clinic and current lecturer of chiropractic at the University of South Wales.
  • Inclusive well-being activity
  • Networking opportunity and Refreshments

 

Menna Fitzpatrick

Athlete Journey presented by Menna Fitzpatrick

Lora Roberts MChiro LRCC

Workshop presented by Lora Roberts MChiro LRCC


Who is the event for?

The sessions are open and available to both females and allies from communities in all levels of physical activity including sport.

 

Event Timeline

5:30pm – Arrival and Refreshments
6-7:30pm – Workshops
7:30-8pm – Networking and Refreshments

 

Registration

Spaces are limited. Please register in advance via Eventbrite:

Register at Eventbrite


Topics in this article:
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