Our Vision is to create a:
Community for Health
Our location in the heart of a community woodland offers unique experiences for individuals or groups to truly immerse themselves in nature whilst taking part in our therapies, workshops, courses and experiences.
We invest in the wellbeing and development of our own Professionals as part of our wellbeing ethos.
Our Vision of building a Community for Health helps our guests to make connections with nature and those around us.
Through our relationship with Whistlewood Common, we ensure that everything we do is kind to the environment working together to include earth care into our business planning at every step.
professionals FOR HEALTH
Our community of professionals are able to provide wellbeing treatments to suit individual needs including Massage, Reiki and Aromatherapy consultations.
STILLNESS FOR HEALTH
Finding stillness brings calm to our lives. We all need time out of our busy, technology-driven lives to find inner stillness and calm. Wellbeing at Whistlewood provides experiences including Mindfulness and Meditation, Yoga and Tai Chi.
LEARNING FOR HEALTH
Wellbeing at Whistlewood recognises the need for Community and Individual continuous learning experiences through workshops, classes and experiences.
FOOD FOR HEALTH
Healthy Food is a thread through everything we do. This runs through our location as a productive Woodland, our events and our professionals’s offering. Individuals and groups are invited to help themselves to our produce.
MOVEMENT FOR HEALTH
Movement is important for our health, regardless of age and ability. Wellbeing at Whistlewood provides experiences including Pilates, Yoga, and Tai Chi
CREATIVITY FOR HEALTH
We offer opportunities to bring out the creativity that is there in all of us. Wellbeing at Whistlewood has the time and space to support our guests to develop theirs within a varied programme .
Health, as defined by the World Health Organization (WHO), is "a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity."