When I invite people to get creative, the most common responses I hear are "oh I'm not arty" or "the last time I held a paintbrush was in the classroom". Being creative doesn't require you to be the next Picasso but as the man himself once said "Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain one when you grow up".


Whether you are a lawyer in court, an accountant analysing a P&L, or a surgeon on the operating table, your job will require you to demonstrate creative thinking at some point.  Agility, critical thinking, problem-solving, attention to detail and patience are just some of the skills one develops by engaging regularly in creative activities. Would you like to nurture these skills in your workplace?

More details on our services can be found here. If you are interested in discussing ways in which we can create bespoke workshops for your employees, please do submit an enquiry here. I look forward to #makingworkwell with you soon!


"I set up Unwind LDN to inject creativity into people's lives, helping them to be more productive, happier and realise their

full potential in life and at work" 

I first discovered the benefits of arts and crafts for my mental health during an episode of burnout in 2016 when I experienced Art Therapy. Since then, creative time has become an essential part of my daily routine helping me to achieve work/life balance and positive mental health.


Over the years, I've met many talented artists who share my passion for art and wellbeing so in 2019, I identified an opportunity for the art and corporate world to merge, and launched Unwind LDN - a business dedicated to artist-lead craft classes, team building exercises and creative events in the workplace.

Founder, Unwind LDN
Priya Chandé
"Everybody has creative potential and from the moment you can express this...you can change the world"- Paulo Coelho

"everybody has creative potential and from the moment you can express this...you can change the world"- paulo coelho