Mindful Art Classes in Manchester
At The Nest we run a weekly timetable of Mindful Art workshops such as Mindful Textiles and regular 8-week Mindful Art Practice (MAPs) and 8-week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) courses. As well as pop-ups and one-off events in and out of The Nest. With pay what you can places on all The Owl and The Coconut ran classes and events.
August is The Owl and The Coconut Levy Pride Take Over!!!
Need some chill out time? Need some space to be your true self? We have loads of relaxing wellness workshops and events on at The Nest in the Old Library this August to help you boost your levels of health and happiness all summer long! With all Owl and Coconut events offering ‘take what you need, pay what you can’ places thanks to Big Lottery funding 💛 Come chill with us 💛
With ‘pay what you can’ places on all The Owl and The Coconut ran classes and events, we make sure everyone gets the chance to have a go!
What’s On at The Nest: Space for Health and Happiness? All of this!
Join Janet and the team for relaxing mindful meditation combined with textile-based mindful art. Try knitting, crochet and embroidery in the relaxed and friendly Nest! This month we are celebrating all things Pride – so join us for rainbow play!
Mondays 7-8pm (excluding Bank Holidays) – book now: www.eventbrite.com/e/mindful-textiles-pride-take-over-tickets-67444118173
Come and have a play and a chill out! Slow down and take some me time to be creative and have fun. Let us guide you though short meditations and simple art making so you can relax and play. All materials provided. No previous art or mindfulness experience is needed! This month we are celebrating all things Pride! Playing with making abstract acrylic pictures using the colours of the pride flags! Join us for rainbow play!
Thursdays 7-8pm – book now: www.eventbrite.com/e/mindful-textiles-pride-take-over-tickets-67444118173
Health and Happiness Book Club
Each month we share a book by leaders in the field of health and happiness such as Russell Brand, Brene Brown and Ruby Wax.
This month we have been reading The Kindness Method by Shahroo Izadi.
Come along to meet your fellow readers, discuss, share and have brew at The Nest at Levenshulme Old Library.
Sunday Sept 1st 6pm – book now: www.eventbrite.com/e/health-and-happiness-book-club-tickets-62248225117
Are you interested in using your Smart Phone in a new way to help your wellbeing? Then why not come along and have a go at Mindful Photography?!
Each week focused on a different theme and we’ll be exploring colour, texture, perspective and more. You don’t need any previous experience of photography and all materials will be provided – all you need to do is bring your phone! So come along and embrace your creative side!
Each week will focus on a different theme and we’ll be exploring colour, texture, perspective and more. You don’t need any previous experience of photography and all materials will be provided – all you need to do is bring your phone! So come along and embrace your creative side!
Thursday August 15th 11am-12:30pm. Each session is £10 with ‘pay what you can’ places available, book now: www.eventbrite.com/e/mindful-photography-tickets-64169284056
**** The events and services below are ran at The Nest by friends of The Owl and The Coconut. For further information about them please contact them via the links. ****
A gong bath is a super-vibrational experience. Gongs are such a vibrational instrument, with tremendous, organic beauty in their sounds, often reminding us of something of our inner nature. The vibrations swim around the room, through our every cell, massaging away our tensions, our stresses, our blockages.
They affect our brainwaves so that our minds move easily from thinking mind to dreaming mind, meditation and sleep.
7-8pm August 8th, £12. Booking in advance is essential. Please buy your tickets via www.tickettailor.com/events/gongspa
With Simone, a World Champion in Sports/Swedish massage. Dedicated to wellness and good health and here to assist with yours so you can continue succeeding, the right way. You can find me at the wonderful wellness center in Levenshulme,The Nest, by booking an appointment.
Lucy Bull is the founder of Brighter Prospects Coaching. She has a Diploma in Personal Performance coaching and works as a life coach. Her background is in the technical arts and she has been practicing mindfulness for the last eight years. Balancing practicality, creativity, focus and compassion, Lucy offers personally tailored coaching sessions that facilitate positive life changes. Whether there is a goal to accomplish or an obstacle to overcome, Lucy offers support in navigating the most effective path to beneficial results. Clients experience greater clarity, increased confidence, deeper insight, reduced stress, more self belief, stronger motivation, inspiration to take action and an empowered commitment to success. Progress is reviewed for learning, development, gaining perspective and celebrating the wins. For more information or to tap into your brighter prospects visit www.brighterprospectscoaching.com
Levenshulme Life Drawing at The Nest at Levenshulme Old Library
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Hire The Nest
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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 want to regain power over their lives and take steps wards social action for world change.
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.