wellness days - these are afternoons or full days for groups of friends or colleagues that focus on having fun, relaxing and doing activities that promote wellbeing.

We can put together packages of activities to suit your group - minimum of 8 people required for bespoke package bookings

you can choose activities from a selection of arts, crafts and wellbeing activities and through collaboration we can put together an afternoon that works for your group.

We can also provide afternoon teas and selections of healthy snacks and drinks - all tailored to suit your needs

Your group will need to commit to doing the same arts activities due to studio set up for arts and crafts.

These afternoons would work well for special celebrations such as birthdays, baby showers or a group of friends wanting to do something different but fun.

So contact us and we can discuss what works for you.


Aromatherapy hand and foot massage

Making herbal drinks

movement workshop - learn about the importance of movement to health and learn how to move better - preventing spine problems and reducing stress and tension through movement.

Printmaking - various options and levels available

sensory printmaking - printing with texture and scent.

Drawing - various options available  - from therapeutic drawing to mini lessons demonstrating different techniques to enhance your ability.

Textile painting and printing - this can range from making a beautiful painted velvet hanging to having fun repurposing your old clothes with dyes. It's really up to you - talk to us about the possibilities.....they are endless...for example if you are thinking of organising a bespoke wellbeing afternoon for a baby shower you can dye, paint and print cotton baby clothes...image.......

Drawing - mark making .......

Textile painting, printing and dyeing .......

We offer fun sessions playing with textiles

Painting velvet - the fabric is so luminescent the colours glow on its surface....

Tie dye is having a renaissance in 2019 included in the most recent collections of top designers such as  Prada to Stella McCartney, yet  in the 60's and &0's this fashion/craft trend was a symbol of individuality and creative expression explored  through handmade rustic pieces that didn't cost much....if the you love fashion or just enjoy playing with fabric and colour but don't want to pay designer prices come and have fun making your own designer creation in keeping the tie dyes 

"Tie dye might be the year's most woke trend" Harpaars Bazaar Jan 2019  

weaving - creating your own note book

 mosaic -