Arts & Crafts

Creating a happy environment and nurturing culture within which employees can grow and flourish is truly invaluable in today’s competitive marketplace. 

Due to our fast paced, high-tech, fragmented and always on work life, people are in more need of tailored health and wellness benefits than ever before, meaning employers have a real opportunity to play a vital part in their staff’s happiness and mental wellbeing. 

What we offer
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Our eclectic programme of talks, workshops, activities and experiences offers engaging and sustainable ways to boost wellbeing and foster positive relationships within the workplace, benefitting both individuals and the collective team.

We offer a carefully curated course of weekly or monthly experiences which can be tailored to suit your company’s needs, specific goals and requirements.


We are what we eat. 


Eating well is fundamental to our psychological wellbeing and poor nutrition is linked to stress and illness. 

Our programme of workshops, talks and activities, by leading nutritional experts will introduce simple fun and delicious ways to ensure you treat your body with love, care and the fuel it deserves. 

From quick masterclasses in the office to interactive full day demonstrations, ensure a happy and healthy relationship with food and, consequently, overall productivity, at work and at home. 


Whether you work with 10 people, 10,000 people or just yourself, paying attention to mental health has never been more important. At least one in six workers is experiencing issues including anxiety, lack of self esteem, burnout and depression. 

We can all benefit from living more mindfully, which is essentially bringing awareness to every aspect of your life, inside and out. Fostering a sense of gratitude for the good things in life can keep us grounded and take the focus away from negatives, broadening our mindset to take in the entire picture. 

Encouraging daily mindfulness and self care practices can take up as little or as much time as your routine allows - from journaling on your way or work to 5-minute morning meditation in bed, to spending time in nature or around animals and doing the activities you love.


Regular movement is as natural and essential as sleeping. 

Anything from gentle stretching or walking nature to fun dance classes and physical theatre is great for relieving stress, clearing your mind and feeling productive. 

Additionally many of us have been conditioned to sit in a chair for most of the day, creating long lasting conditions which affect our overall health and mood. 

Our movement events are based in fun and relaxing environments to encourage ‘re-wilding’ our posture to revert back to more childlike movement can relieve chronic aches and pains. 

Popsicle Sticks

Creativity is one of the most important characteristics of being human. It is one of the main traits that make us successful as individuals. The parts of the brain that we use in 'business as usual' thinking are totally switched off when we are engaged in a creative activity and we can relax and refocus, making it more likely we will have that Eureka! moment. 


Day dreaming or 'strategic slacking' is important as a distraction tool to avoid stress and a contemplation tool to create the mental space to reassess problems, generate ideas and make plans and for 'self development'. 

Our workshops build self-esteem and confidence while learning new skills, making connections and having fun! 

Home Gardening

What does it really mean to live consciously? 
For many it brings up a sense of community, with like-minded individuals working together towards a better future. 

Not only can we benefit the planet, but introducing ideas on how to live in harmony with nature and teaching new skills around sustainable living can help to create a healthier, greener environment at work and home. 

This improves our mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing - as well as serving as a common cause for good to spark a collective transformation. 

Burnout is an increasingly common issue in our contemporary working culture, occurring as a result from chronic stress where there is no work life balance. 

Giving opportunities for staff to take time away from their desks and screens in the working day to connect in a relaxed environment will help to tip the balance back, as well as encourage diverse interests and passions outside of work.