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Mindful Art in Manchester

Mindful Art is a powerful tool in helping people to Stop. Notice. Create; helping us to live our lives to the full; connect to our inner wisdom and the people around us and create a better world for everyone. Join us for a Mindful Art adventure! We run events in and out of The Nest in Levenshume Old Library, Manchester.

The Nest

We are delighted to have set up our Nest in the beautiful 1900s Carnegie  building of Levenshulme Old Library, however we We are happy to travel  to bring Mindful Art to you, too!

The centre runs a weekly timetable of events, including 8-week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction courses, 8-week Mindful Art courses and drop in sessions ranging from mindful gardening to yoga with art making. Click here to see What’s On or you can subscribe to our mailing list here to be the first to hear about our upcoming events.

Donation-based sessions are available for local residents thanks to support from the The National Lottery Fund, Paul Hamlyn Foundation, Santander, Manchester City Council and the Manchester Wellbeing Fund.

We have a team of creative therapists, artists and volunteers who deliver projects that promote a collective community, social inclusion, self-care and enhanced wellbeing . Our work is preventative. We work with people to help share tools for wellbeing with people facing issues of poverty and mental health problems. We work with people who have exhausted other options and want to regain power over their lives and take steps wards social action for world change.

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