We are embedded in our community and we are proud to play a part in supporting the wellbeing of our community. We have Enhaced DBS checked teachers one of whom is person-centred and trauma aware and also works as a therapist and we have a robust safeguarding policy.
Our community health programme has included working with vulnerable young people at a Preston college and CANW, working with Deafway's clients, HMP staff, Progress Housing frontline staff, working with the NHS Lancashire Recovery College service users and NHS staff.
The online wellbeing programme we developed and delivered to support the Preston community during the pandemic lockdown resulted in 550 people accessing our wellbeing classes, 66% of whom had never accessed wellbeing services before and the outcomes included improved mood, connections and motivation and reduced sense of isolation and anxiety.
We have receive funding to deliver free 4 week Yoga for Anxiety courses to community groups and CCGs.
This course has also consistently delivered positive outcomes with reported reductions in anxiety, improved ability to manage anxiety and reduction in the negative impacts of anxiety on daily life. The NHS Recovery College summarising the outcomes as "Yoga for Anxiety works"
Studio Director Emma is an advocate of yoga and relaxation therapies for mental health and spends time with those commissioning services to ensure that any programme is developed in a way that meets the specific needs of the clients.
Emma also works with They Eat Culture and The Living City on developing arts for health programmes.
If you would like to discuss how yoga, meditation, music, dance, arts and relaxation programmes might support your community or organisation wellbeing aims please do get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org