Money as a Form of Energy

01 January 1970

On- Line

How can the Chakras Help?

On Line Zoom workshop. Tuesday 5th March 20224, 6.30 -8.30pm

National Centre for Creative Health (NCCH)

We believe everyone has creative potential and that creativity can lead to healthier lives and communities. Active engagement with the arts and culture, whether through our own creative practice or through our enjoyment of the creative practice of others, is beneficial for the health and wellbeing of us all. 

We are particularly keen to work in the space between the established worlds of arts, culture, health and social care, exploring how co-production and collaboration can provide new ways of thinking about the intersection between our creativity and our health. 

Joan Kendall

“Working with the principles and energy of metaphysics to bring us back into alignment with our Essential Limitless Nature and restore us to health in mind, body & spirit…” 

Covid guidelines

Within England there is no longer a need to self-isolate after close contact with someone who has COVID-19 if you are fully vaccinated or under the age of 18.  If you have symptoms you should still isolate and take a Lateral Flow Test.

Go to: for full details of recent and upcoming changes.  From there you can choose which county you live in within the UK for specific guidance for that locality.

Compassion in Politics

A cross-party organisation working to put compassion, inclusion, and cooperation at the heart of politics.

Compassion has the power to change politics for good. From inequality to homelessness, online abuse to refugees dying at sea – imagine how these issues would be tackled if compassion was the main motivation of decision-makers. 


All-Party Parliamentary Group on Arts,Health & Wellbeing (APPGAHW)

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Arts, Health and Wellbeing (APPGAHW) was formed in 2014 and aims to improve awareness of the benefits that the arts can bring to health and wellbeing. During 2015–17, the APPGAHW conducted an Inquiry into practice and research in the arts in health and social care, with a view to making recommendations to improve policy and practice.


Creative Health the Arts for Health & Wellbeing. A summary in 16 pages. Short Report illustrated by David Shrigley

Download this PDF.