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Welcome to Pink Spiral 

Creative Play 

       Being grown up is over rated 

Pink Spiral ™

Playful Art & Creativity with Sarah L Goy
for Adult Health and Wellbeing

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Take time out for yourself, switch your phone off and slow down at Pink Spiral Playful Art and creative sessions for adults.


Discover different approaches to art in a relaxing and friendly way where being 'grown up' is optional. The aim of the game is rest, relaxation, permission to experiment and to get in touch with your inner child.

Everyone is creative and unique and ALL are welcome.


Sarah L Goy is the founder of Pink Spiral, she is a visual artist with over 20 year experience, an experimental film maker, creative wellbeing facilitator, researcher and an advocate for people with invisible disabilities, working with charities such as The Tuberous Sclerosis Association (TSA UK ) and Epilepsy Action.

Sarah has worked with a wide range of institutions and organisations 

  • Arts University Bournemouth

  • Bournemouth University 

  • Epilepsy Action 

  • Hampshire Cultural Trust - Brighter Futures

  • MODIP - (Museum of Design In Plastic) 

  • NHS - Urology Poole Hospital 

  • Southampton City Art Gallery

  • The Tuberous Sclerosis Association 

What is ‘Pink Spiral’’ all about? “We live in a hectic and fast paced world with increasing daily demands and pressures, quite often it might feel things are spiralling out of control and we just need a bit of ‘time out’, but then we feel guilty for trying to be kind to ourselves? What if we tried to create a more calming and positive ’spiral mindset’ through playful creativity where the act of ‘making’ is more important than the result. The colour Pink is associated with love, nurture and compassion and tends to evoke feelings of comfort, warmth, and hope, so when I feel my life is spiralling out of control in a bad or negative way, I find my way back into my ‘Pink Spiral mindset’ by being creative, playing and having fun. Fun, happiness, and joy is good for us, being creative is medically proven to benefit our health and wellbeing which in turn improves our quality of life so why are we not doing more of it?” Throughout my life I’ve lived with drug resistant Epilepsy due to having a rare disease called Tuberous Sclerosis, art and creativity has helped me cope with, and overcome many challenges so I know how powerful the simple act of ‘Creative play’ can be” (S L Goy)

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PS -  New 'Art and Fun Stuff'

 Starting 1st May 2024!!

1pm - 2.30

Woodland Community Centre, 

38-51 Savernake Way, Fair Oak, Hampshire

For more information!!

please feel free to get in touch 

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Saturday Art Club for Adults


Take time out to chill, chat and create. Switch phones off and give yourself a bit of 'me time'.


2 Sessions timings 12.30 - 2.30 & 2.45 - 4.45


January 27th   Sold Out 

February 24th  Sold Out

March 23rd      Sold Out

April 27th          Sold Out



Tickets via Southampton City Art Gallery

May 25th 

June 22nd

July 27th

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Watercolour for wellbeing

A relaxed, fun and supportive approach to mindful watercolour techniques where play is encouraged.

Places can be booked via self referral or social prescription and are free.

The 4 week wellbeing course starts Thursday 7th March

Dates, 7th, 14th ,21st ,28th March.

Location - The Arc in Winchester FULLY BOOKED


Find out about these courses and self referrals 

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Arts University Bournemouth Short Courses 2023/2024 

AUB Short Courses have included writing and running 

  • Simply Drawing,

  • Sketch and Water Colour,

  • Simply Water Colour

  • Painting, Colour and Expressionism 

  • Bespoke course for Chiba University 

  • Bespoke sketching for local Dorset schools


PS -  Giving back
Social Impact 

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As an advocate for Neuro diversity, invisible disabilities and rare diseases Sarah uses her art practice to help raise awareness and provide alternative creative activities to help improve the wellbeing of people with Epilepsy and Tuberous Sclerosis Complex.

She volunteers for Epilepsy Action and the Tuberous Sclerosis Association which involves being part of research and running a free TSC Art Club.


 PS  - TSC Monthly online Art Club (online) 

4th Thursday of the month 6.30 - 8pm

Starting January 25th

FREE to adults and carers with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex.

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To find out more or to collaborate please email or

What's App business +44 7545706002


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PS - Bespoke sessions can be created to suit your needs, with the emphasis on taking time out for you and your group or team, to play and connect with your inner child. If you have any enquiries please get in touch and we will be more than happy to help.

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