The Mandala Preston CIC Yoga & Complementary Health Centre
The Mandala Preston CICYoga & Complementary Health Centre


Hello and Welcome to our Website...


The Mandala Preston is a 'NON-PROFIT' dedicated Yoga and Complementary Therapy Centre, supporting Mental Health.  We are based in the middle of Preston City Centre and have now been officially listed as a CIC (Community Interest Company).  The main charity supported by Mandala is 'Mind'.  The 'key' element of what we do is to help with all health aspects of the human being, which ultimately works with creating a balanced thinking mind.


We offer a range of classes for all levels and ability of student from beginners to advanced. Please see our timetable for something that will suit your needs. The Mandala Preston provides complementary therapies and supports orthodox medicine in the healing process of individuals.


Our aim is to reach out into the Community and provide a supportive place for Reflection, Transformation and Healing.


We have a spacious main studio with changing rooms, a smaller second studio, therapy rooms, waiting area, toilets and shower room. There is a wheelchair ramp for ease of access to the Therapy Suite and Studio 2 as required.


Yoga mats and props are available at Mandala, so you only need to bring yourself, although if you prefer to use your own equipment, feel free to bring this along with you.


The Mandala Preston is a place for enjoyment and to promote a healthier YOU!  By taking steps to achieving this, we hope to give you balance back into your life and a 'smile' on your face!


Mandala Origin


Mandala comes from the Sanskrit word for circle, connection, community. It also means entire world, centre of the Universe, magic circle, or healing circle. A mandala is a sacred symbol used for meditation, particularly in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. Though there are many kinds of mandalas, they are typically vibrant, colourful representations of the whole world. As one meditates on a mandala, one’s consciousness passes through outer protective circles (symbolising grasping at the surface or exterior of things), then enters square structures and inner gates that enclose the centre point or bindu (which symbolises the essence of life).


Many traditions in Western culture have their own sacred circles, like the medicine wheels used in Native American healing ceremonies and the talismans of blessing and protection found in many other religions and traditions.



LATEST NEWS -  (updated Sunday 1 March 2018):

Many apologies that Oliver Thorne has had to cancel his Traditional Yoga Class on this evening at 7.30 pm - 9.00 pm.

We are also having to cancel Oliver's Workshop on Sunday 18 March (11am-1pm)



(please also check 'Timetable' & 'Workshops/Courses' Page for more information)

  • There will be a CHARITY EVENT on 'Mothering Sunday' in the morning of Sunday 11 March 2018  -  9.00  -  12.00 run by Davide Penazzi




I am generally available to chat with you if you have any questions.  If not, leave me a message and I will call you back, or please call me.


Please contact Marguerita on 07809119509

we all have to start somewhere...

Spring brings with it the idea of making a new start, which can be awkward and challenging at first!!!


Fri 27 April - Tues 1 May 2018

This Retreat in Cornwall is aimed to 'rest your mind & restore energy levels'. Surrounded by the therapeutic aspects of nature, Rosemerryn is set in 7 acres of private woodland. Within 25 minutes walk you can also be on the local beach at Lamorna Cove Cafe with more lovely walks by the sea. Penzance is 4 miles away.


£450 includes:

4 nights accommodation , all meals/drinks/snacks, Restorative Yoga/Meditation, 1 choice of Massage/Therapy Treatment

We have our own Chef & Therapist

One of 6 cosy bedrooms...

There are twin rooms too..


Interested in escaping? Drop an email to Marguerita:

Our practice studio












We are now entering our seventh year to slowly and organically spread our wings at The Mandala.  With patience, we are seeing progress towards providing a unique place for you to drop into and chill out.  Your comments on the fab energy within Mandala are what I felt when I first walked into the building. Over the years it has been a building where people have been to, to enjoy themselves!  We plan to keep things simple, but with the essentials that make you feel at home.

Mandala aims to help you maintain your health and we support organisations doing the same.



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