Group workshops for children exploring the joy and creativity of working with mandalas.

Working with mixed art media, natural objects and food, exploring form and colour in a fun creative way.


Children will create their own unique mandalas and also learn to work in a group to create a collaborative mandala, which can help a child to understand complex themes in an abstract way, such as boundaries and encountering another in a respectful way.


tailor-made Mandala Party can be created in collaboration with your child. Parties are normally 2 hours consisting of creative fun, dance and mandala munching. The collaborative group mandala artwork is a lovely keepsake for the birthday host, created by their friends.

Please call or email Michelle for further information


What is a Mandala? (Sanskrit for circle)

Mandala is Sanskrit for circle and represents life and wholeness.

Mandalas are everywhere! - they are the structures of our cells, our world, and our universe.

In Hindu and Buddhist symbolism a mandala represents the universe.

Carl Jung, a famous Psychoanalyst, referred to mandalas as “a representation of the unconscious self.”

The mandala is widely recognized as a meaningful reflection of its creator.

Mandala art therapy and healing can be a great source of one's reflection of the soul.