Brighton Natural Health Centre is a long-established charity working in the area of community health, providing classes to support personal health and wellbeing, including yoga, dance, pilates, meditation, tai chi, movement for health and more, along with talks and workshops. The charity occupies premises in central Brighton with two excellent spaces for classes and has access to other spaces in the local area where required.
Our regular class fees fund our operational costs and contribute to the running of our community outreach programme, alongside some modest external funding. Our current programme includes low-cost community classes and free classes for more marginalised people in our community including female refugees, migrants and asylum seekers, and free trauma-informed yoga classes for women in Brighton and Hove.
BNHC was founded in 1981 by wholefood cooperative Infinity Foods to further its educational aims and it was separately registered as a charity in 1984. Two of Infinity’s founder members still serve on the BNHC’s board of trustees and the charity rents its premises from the adjacent co-operative.
our mission and vision
We have a vision for a happy and healthy Brighton and Hove – with a community of students and teachers who work together for the benefit of our minds, bodies and spirits.
our charitable aims