A business offering wellbeing services is hosting an open afternoon later this month.

The Studio Morland is hosting the open afternoon for businesses where its venue will be showcased, including its creative, wellbeing, and executive leadership packages.

The CIC said it supports communities and practitioners ‘bringing together creative, wellbeing and leadership experts’, and is launching its business hire side of the company.

Near Penrith, The Studio Morland offers a diverse range of arts and wellbeing initiatives, from pilates and yoga, to an art club.

Said club offers training for 13 to 16 year olds aspiring to pursue careers in the creative industries.

Others include the ‘creative cuppa’ sessions for people living with dementia and their caregivers, as well as the ‘creative thinkers’ talk featuring inspirational speakers.

It’s run by Kate Brundrett, arts manager and creative, who has recently pursued a career in business coaching.

She is triple accredited with the International Coaching Federation, Association for Coaching, and the European Mentoring and Coaching Council.

She said she hopes to offer a ‘combines, holistic approach to personal and professional development that honours the creative nature of being human’.

Businesses keen on exploring the studio are invited to attend the event on March 22 from 1pm to 3pm to get a glimpse into the studio’s ethos and offerings.

To confirm attendance, businesses are encouraged to reach out to Kate via email at kate@thestudiomorland.co.uk.