Activities and Wellbeing

Our indoor and outdoor activities are returning from June onwards. Please see Facebook and Twitter for up to date details.

One client commented “Feeling the best I’ve felt in years. You’ve been fantastic and I’ve found it very helpful…….and as far as I’m concerned, it’s been an extremely worthwhile experience”

For a complete listing of our wellbeing activities and support for June and July please click here.


We offer one to one support for individuals who feel they need someone to talk to.  Our Wellbeing Support offers individuals 12 sessions and specifically focuses on helping people to tackle feelings of isolation, manage their mental health, and improve their general wellbeing.  

Wellbeing Support may also involve signposting people to specialist services, as well as supporting them to engage with their local community and/or access opportunities for learning and development. 

Referrals are accepted from professionals and individuals.


To watch videos introducing our online Trauma Informed Yoga, presented by yoga teacher Meriel Goss, please click here Trauma Informed Yoga Videos

Our yoga sessions take place 12 noon every Thursday and last for one hour.  You will need to be able to join through Zoom.  Support is available to access Zoom upon request. You are free to join with or without a camera. Referrals are accepted from individuals.


Clwb Crefft is a gender specific group, for women to learn, develop, and share their crafting skills, make friends, and access peer support.  Clwb Crefft welcomes those who are experts, beginners, or those who just want to have a cuppa and a chat. Activities include knitting, sewing, felting, cross stitch etc.

This course takes place on Wednesdays between 10.00am and 12.00pm.  Open to self and professional referrals.


The Art Group welcomes individuals of all abilities to create and work in a peaceful and friendly environment. 

It meets on Tuesdays 10.00am to 12pm and 1pm to 3pm.  Open to self and professional referrals.


Creative Hub is an arts based group run by Adult Learning Wales. Courses generally run for 8 weeks and build credits which can be used to attain Agored Cymru qualifications. Courses include painting, figure drawing, textiles, mark-making, and mixed media.

Creative Hub currently meets on Thursdays, morning or afternoon, on Microsoft Teams, accessible by self or professional referral.


Our outdoor activities will return gradually and safely from May onwards.

An ecotherapy group that enables participants to engage in outdoor activities and to visit woodlands throughout Ceredigion. The group aims to create a healthy and active atmosphere to improve physical, mental, and social wellbeing through outdoor woodland activities such as green woodworking, whittling, campfire cooking, bush craft, and woodland management. Dates and times to be confirmed. Self and professional referrals accepted.


Our outdoor activities will return gradually and safely from May onwards.

Growing Minds offers individuals the chance to learn horticultural skills and get involved in a range of gardening and landscaping tasks in the ‘Secret Garden’ located at the Ty Glyn Davis Trust.  Dates and times to be confirmed. Self and professional referrals accepted.


Come along and join our socially distanced walking group starting on Thursday 20th May and running for 6 consecutive weeks, every Thursday 12 – 3pm.  If interested, please complete the registration form and return to or telephone 01970 626225 to complete over the phone.

Download the registration form here.


If you would like to discuss joining any activity or wellbeing support, please call us on 01970 626225 (mornings) or email on

Alternatively, join our online Facebook drop-in on Wednesdays from 2.00pm – 4:00pm.Mind Aberystwyth Drop-In | Facebook