Self-care Christmas.

//Self-care Christmas.

Self-care Christmas.

Why did Santa’s little helper come to Inspirative Arts?…

To improve his elf-esteem!


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We are Open!

Inspirative Arts will be open as usual up until Friday 22nd of December.
We will be closed from Saturday 23rd- Wednesday 27th December.
Open Thursday 28th and Friday 29th for Creative Expressive Sessions.
Closed Saturday 30th December- Monday 1st January.
Open as usual from Tuesday 2nd January for all Creative Expressive Groups.

We will be running Fun Friday Christmas and New Years CET groups on Friday 22nd December and Friday 29th December. We will be exploring themes of self-care, giving and new beginning through the use of creative expression.

Call on 01332 208 706 to book in now!

Self-care Christmas.

Some people say that Christmas is about giving, but it is important to give to ourselves as much as we give to others. Christmas is not a fun and easy time for everyone; it can evoke difficult memories, family dynamics can be difficult, extra demands can be put on to parents, carers and social worker, some people have limited options of where to go at Christmas and some people have limited funds. Whatever you have going on for you during this festive period, it is important to invest time in yourself where possible to ensure you maintain your own wellbeing.

One of our Inspirational clients created  a self-care advent calendar for themselves. They have allowed us to share with you. If you haven’t been following it on our Facebook page then head over there now and like us. If you haven’t had chance to practice these self-care acts on the run up to Christmas then perhaps you could try them in the New Year or even create your own self-acts you can do each day in January to help you get into a good habit. Here are a few ideas.


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New Year, New You?

We believe that mental and emotional health is just as important as our physical health, and often we find our mental health can have an impact on our physical health and vice versa. Every year people often set themselves New Years resolutions to lose weight, get fitter, be physically stronger. Are you someone who invests in gym memberships, personal trainers and diet plans? Have you ever thought of making a New Years resolution to improve your happiness, wellbeing and quality of life? Have you ever thought of investing in your mental and emotional health or personal development, rather than just your physical health? Being happy and confident in our bodies is of course important but you don’t necessarily have to change your physical appearance to achieve this contentment.

This year why don’t you invest in your mental health and create a New Years resolution to improve your own wellbeing and quality of life.

Inspirative Arts are offering a 12 week ‘New Year New Me’ Creative Expressive Therapies Programme!

This 12 week program will use the arts to enable you to explore and achieve personal development goals for the year and aims to improve your mental and emotional wellbeing, strengthen your sense of self and confidence and develop your self-awareness in relation to self and others. Having a health mind, body and spirit can enable us to excel in other areas of our lives whether personal or professional.self-investment: £10 per session, £120 for the full 12 week course, £5 discount if booked in the 1st week of January!

Inspirative Development are offering a BTEC 2 in Supporting Activity Provision in Social Care !

for people who want to work in our sector, or who would like to develop their existing role in health or social care. Starting in February 2018, a modular course which enables you to build your understanding and qualifications in a whole range of relevant topics – ranging from supporting people with physical disabilities; working with people with learning disabilities; Using therapeutic arts in health and social care; how to structure therapeutic workshops; and lots more!  Cost – one off registration cost of £160 – £10 discount if booked in the 1st week of January.  The cost of individual modules then varies between £70 and £200, depending on the modules booked.  Additional discounts apply if booking multiple modules together, and payment plans are available to enable students to spread the cost.  Social Care sector employers may be able to access funding from the Skills for Care Workforce Development Fund to help cover the costs of these modules for their staff.


To find out more or to book contact the Inspirative Team on:
Phone: 01332 208 706




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