Inspirative Arts – create. explore. develop.
Our vision is to lead positive change in health and social care by using creative arts therapies to nurture recovery and well-being.
- How can I increase my client’s self confidence and social skills?
- How do I address challenging behaviour in a positive, affirming way?
- How can I make my team more motivated and productive?
Inspirative Arts was created to answer these kinds of questions. How can we help you?
We offer people of all ages and abilities a fun and meaningful way to improve their quality of life. Our workshops support people to create, explore and grow through the creative process of art, drama, dance, movement and music, using Creative Expressive Therapies.
The workshops are appropriate to people of all ages, abilities and needs. No two people are the same – so you’ll find that every Inspirative Arts workshop is unique. What always stays the same is that we work in a person-centred way, providing a safe, respectful and supportive space.
See what people say about our workshops.
We are based in Derby UK and work all over the midlands in main areas such as Derby, Nottingham, Mansfield and Chesterfield etc.
Take a look around our website to find out more – or book your place on one of our introductory sessions.
You can download our annual report here which is our summary of year April 2015-March 2016.
Hear what our clients have to say about our service including individuals, care homes and businesses.
News & Events
Keep up to date with new projects starting, what training we have on and our FREE taster events.
A ground breaking programme using Anger Management and Creative Expressive therapies to help build resilience.
Training for care staff, safeguarding and activities co-ordinator training. In the care homes or at our base.
“I am encouraged to put my own ideas into the workshop which helps me get involved with the other members in the group. It is so important to me because every time I go there is always something different happening. It offers me activities that I wouldn’t normally get the chance to do.”