Art and Craft benefits for Young Adults


In a world where mental health and well-being is becoming increasingly important, it is the perfect time for you to join one of Lifebridge Australia’s art and craft programs.

What are the benefits to me, you might ask?

Firstly, it is good for your brain. Did you know that any type of art and craft activity helps to clear your mind and allows you to focus on the present moment? When we are being creative, our minds release feel-good chemicals, which are natural anti-depressants.

Secondly, it improves your self-esteem. The art of making something yourself, using your hands and your imagination is incredibly satisfying and the more you practice, the more confident you become.

Thirdly, creativity is fun. Whether you are painting, knitting, sewing, making dolls, cross stitching, wood working, restoring furniture, upcycling, recycling, making jewellery, it is all about having fun and enjoying the creative process with like-minded people.  Building relationships and connecting with others is known to boost positive emotions.

Lifebridge have a diverse range of art and craft programs available:

Creative Craft – Decoupage, cross stitching, doll making, water colours, folk art and more.
Tinker Shed – wood working, restoring furniture, upcyling and recycling, paid restoration work.
Visual Arts – painting, sculpture, mixed media and more.
Textiles – wood working, bike repairing, tie dying and more.

To find out how you can join one of our art and craft programs, please give us a call on 1800 043 186 or email us at


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