Magnonics represents a promising alternative to conventional electronics for the development of energy efficient computing platforms. In this context, the nanoscale engineering of spin textures is highly appealing for the development and realization of new nanomagnonic device concepts. Here, we show that reconfigurable nanopatterned spin textures can be used to manipulate spin waves. Magnetic domains and domain walls are written by thermally assisted magnetic scanning probe lithography (tam-SPL) in exchange bias systems. In such structures, we demonstrate through microfocused Brillouin Light Scattering and time resolved scanning transmission X-ray microscopy measurements, the channeling and propagation of confined spin waves. This work opens the way to the use of engineered spin-textures as building blocks of magnonics computing devices.