★★★★★ 39 Google Reviews
Are you needing some time to slow down, feel nurtured and do something creative?
Join Simone in her pottery studio for a workshop inspired by Ikebana, the Japanese art of floral design.
There will be peppermint tea and clay, flowers, relaxing music and cake, a delicious seasonal lunch and good company.
You’ll spend the morning learning mindful floral arrangements, in the afternoon you’ll make a ceramic vessel to hold flowers in the Japanese style of Ikebana.
Both creative practices are soothing and calming. You’ll be so immersed in what you’re doing you’ll come out feeling rested and recharged.
You'll go home with everything you need to continue your mindfulness floral practice at home. Simone brought back the tools from Kyoto – a pair of ikebana shears and a kenzan stand (the spiky dish that holds up the flower stems).
Your take-home kit includes;
• the ceramic vessel you make
• a winterwares bowl
• Ikebana kenzan (flower holder)
• your floral arrangement
• ikebana shears
"Wonderful! You create such a relaxing space Sim – the closest thing to visiting Japan during the pandemic. Thank you." - Danica
"Amazing! Everything I hoped for. I love not having set expectations and just going with the flow. I felt immersed the entire time and loved the people in the workshop. Thank you so much Sim" – Erica