Kindred Minds

A user-run mental health project for service users/survivors for Black and minority ethnic (BME) communities in Southwark & nearby areas

We would like to welcome BME service users/survivors to our:

Well Being Days

Thursday 24th May – Friday 25th May 2012

10:30am – 4:30pm

Two full days of free taster sessions on complementary therapies

and mindfulness activities:

    • Indian Head Massage,
    • Homeopathy,
    • Reflexology,
    • Chair Massage,
    • Reiki,
    • Singing Workshops,
    • Life Coaching Workshops,
    • Truly Madly Healthy Workshops,
    • Pilates,
    • Mindful Movements,
    • Salsa for Well Being,
    • African Dance,
    • Acupuncture,
    • Nail Painting
    • Laughing Workshop
    • No Booking Required. Come along to the venue at any time, first come, first serve. Professionals working in this area are also welcome, but will be restricted to join in certain group activities only.


@InSpire the Crypt

St Peter’s Church

Liverpool Grove

Off Walworth Road

SE17 2HH

Nearest tube Elephant and Castle near East Street Market

Flyer here: Kindred Minds_A4_final

Map to venue here

Southwark Mind

Kindred Minds

Black and Minority Ethnic Project

020 7358 7030

Web: check here for dates of groups/events


Text your full name on our mobile no: 07809 701 434 to receive text messages of our events

Facebook: Kindred Minds

Kindred Minds PoP-In: Every two weeks drop-in on Thursdays 12-2pm, Indian Head Massage, chill and chat, refreshments and snacks at Cambridge House.

Free 1-2-1 weekly sessions of Life Coaching – contact Humphrey at Kindred Minds for more info on

Kindred Minds Theatre group meet every 2 weeks on Friday 2-4pm at Inspire St. Peter’s Church, Liverpool Grove, nr East Street Market, Walworth SE17 2HH

Coming soon

June’s Crossing Culture Event: Spirit of Afrika dance performance – free limited tickets available on

‘Tree of Life’ developed in an African context, the emphasis is on strength and culture and is applicable across cultures – come and explore your ‘Tree of Life’ in workshops run by Kindred MInds members. Register your interest

Talkshop -debating group to discuss current and important issues affect us as BME people in the mental health systems and our communities and societies.


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