The Salisbury Centre
2 Salisbury Road, Edinburgh EH16 5AB      0131 667 5438

Can you help us with new projects?

The Salisbury Centre seeks enthusiastic friends who are interested in taking forward our development plans and to help us manifest the vision at a practical level.  

This will include considering the use of the building, looking at possible plans to extend, and investigating and securing financing for the projects.

You will need to be able to commit to regular meetings - about four hours per month - as well as any follow-up work arising from decisions made.

This will be an exciting and interesting process which will touch on the heart of The Salisbury Centre's purpose and meaning as laid out in the vision statement.

Kindly forward your expressions of interest to the Trustees via email to office@salisburycentre.org.



One-to-one work in the Garden Room

We would like to welcome inquiries from people who might be interested in using the Garden Room for one-to-one work such as massage or other body work, and psychotherapy. Up to now our emphasis has been on supporting group work at the Salisbury Centre, so this marks a change in focus.

We expect all practitioners at the Salisbury Centre to have an active spiritual practice which is integrated into their work. At present we would expect our practitioners to be trained and accredited, and be able to demonstrate membership of a professional body with a code of ethics, as well as having an indemnity insurance.

For more information about rates and conditions please contact Renate our administrator.



About The Salisbury Centre

The Salisbury Centre is open to all who want to develop their spiritual life. You can come and explore different forms of spiritual, sustainable and creative possibilities in a community of others who are also seeking. We provide a range of body, mind and spiritual practices in a non-sectarian environment to enable people find a way towards inner harmony and wellbeing and an active care for the wider community.

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