We have group therapies and group activities that create an atmosphere of relaxation. Exercise your creative side or just enjoy gentle exercise - it's up to you.

Each week we have a team of volunteers who encourage patients to develop their artistic skills. They can choose between an art workshop, a craft skills workshop or a flowercraft session.

Pick up a pen (or pencil) and put to paper some of those treasured memories, wayside observations or the first chapter of that novel you've been wanting to start.

The Drama Group meets weekly on Tuesday afternoons (with a break in the school holidays).  You may hear strange noises and lots of laughter if you visit the Centre then!

We spend nearly all of our lives in a mind made existence remembering the past and imagining our future. Within this self identification with one's personal history and life situation, we often miss the simplicity and beauty of life as it unfolds before our eyes. How many times have you driven somewhere and not remembered the journey or eaten a meal or drank a cup of tea without really experiencing it?

Pilates is a physical fitness system developed in the early 20th century by Joseph Pilates.

Tai Chi's healing power has been well-known in Chinese culture for centuries. It has been used for many disorders, including heart and circulation problems, addictions, arthritis, muscular injuries, asthma and nervous disturbances. Contemporary research has shown a correlation between Tai Chi and enhancement of the immune system.

Wellbeing Cafe happens every week on a Tuesday and hosts a variety of interesting talks and activities as well as a chance for you to chat and socialise.

Spiritual Healing is also offered during this activity on the first two Tuesdays of the month; 30 minute sessions are available by appointment.

Yoga is a holistic practice (the word Yoga means Union) which aims to bring harmony to body, mind and spirit. It is well known that it improves health generally, leading to feelings of well being and tranquillity.  

This gentle class may be taken seated in a chair, to allow those who find it difficult to get up and down from the floor to experience the benefits of a yoga practice.