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

Traditional Yoga Practices  Meditation & Mindfulness  Therapeutic Massage Treatments          De-Stress Programme             Quick Access to Counselling 

Focus on the heart will reveal qualities of the mind...              Patanjali's Yoga Sutras 3.34

MANDALA also has a Facebook page                                    (Updated 15.09.18)


Welcome to The Mandala Preston CIC, offering Yoga and a range of Complementary Therapies to support your wellbeing! 


There are Meditation, Mindfulness and Yoga classes suitable for everyone from beginners to advanced.

Please see our timetable 


About Us  

We’re a 'NON-PROFIT' CIC (Community Interest Company) supporting Mental Health in Preston City Centre and linked to the Charity 'Mind'


We advise and assist in how to maintain physical, mental & emotional health, as well as how to use nutrition in maintaining your optimum health and are happy to sit and chat over a 'cuppa'...  


We support orthodox medicine in the healing process of individuals, by use of Complementary Therapies as appropriate.


Our aim is to reach out into the Community and provide a supportive place for Reflection, Transformation and Healing.  To leave Mandala with a smile!


Our Spaces 

There are two studio spaces with changing rooms. We also have a therapy suite, plus waiting area, toilets and shower room.


There is a wheelchair ramp for access to the Therapy Suite and second studio.


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. There are many kinds of mandalas, they are typically 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.



I am generally available if you have any questions.  You are welcome to leave me a message via the 'CONTACT US' page.



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


Mandala will be hosting free   'REST & RESTORE' DAYS for CARERS.  The first one is scheduled for Tuesday 22 January 2019 with another on Sunday 27 January for those who cannot make a Tuesday.

Enquiries to Marguerita: 

Autumn, and again nature charms us with leaves that change to warm colours...  Take a moment to notice...

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We are entering our eighth 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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