Create a 2020 COVID-19 Time Capsule. We are living through history right now. Create an image of what’s going on for you right now.
Skip to 29 minutes in to find out more about this project.
Would you like to cheer up your neighbours?
Want to connect your local community?
Want to share our creativity and company with those who need it most?
Be the change you want to see in the world, and put this A4 rainbow poster in your window, to invite others to join our online art groups. It could really make a difference to somebody who lives alone, or someone who is struggling with their mental health.
It doesn’t have to cost any money to share a little bit of happiness with the world outside your window. Thank you so much. Stay safe.
Mental health challenges can range from depression, anxiety, stress, self-harm, and personality disorders, to bereavement, addiction and more. However, there is a surprising amount of support available in the community around Plymouth, where we are based. We have created a list of local resources, offering support, counselling, groups, education, activities, advice and information. While it is not possible to visit most of these organisations during the Covid-19 outbreak, their websites offer information and alternative sources of support.
You can also enjoy social connection, mindfulness and art by watching one of our Facebook live groups during the Corona Virus lockdown.
Please let us know if there is anything else that we could add to our resources page.
Are you thinking of trying mindfulness?
Were you meaning to try our classes but have not got around to it yet?
Have you already been to our art club, but don’t do any mindfulness at home?
This is the solution you are looking for!
This 15 minute mindfulness recording guides you to bring your attention to experiences happening in the present moment, without judgement. For best results, choose a place where you will not be disturbed, listen with headphones and close your eyes.
Listen Now: Mindful Body Scan
Also, at Mindful Art Club recently some people were asking us what is the meditative music we usually listen to? It’s called Natural Stress Relief. I used it a lot with my clients when I was a practicing hypnotherapist.
MP3 or CD available on Amazon: Natural Stress Relief
Remember, in February we will be increasing our prices to £5:00 per session. So do come and try a taster class now and just pay what you can afford. Invest in your mental health and creativity now, and socialise with a small, friendly group of people.
For best results, listen with headphones and close your eyes. For the free colouring pages click here.