Ikebana is the centuries old Japanese art of beautifully and mindfully arranging cut stems, leaves, and flowers in vases or vessels. Ikebana is about the process, as well as the result, and it takes place in an atmosphere of calm and joy, fostering peace of mind through simple but expressive floral art.
In this workshop, the wonderful Renay will take you through the history of Ikebana, demonstrating different techniques and guiding you through your own mindful practice, creating both outer beauty and inner calm.
The workshop includes your own ceramic bowl to keep, oasis sponge and all blooms and blossoms including locally sourced seasonal branches and leaves. You can also bring branches or blossoms from your own garden to incorporate into your unique piece of floral art.
Come join us for a morning of beauty, calm and connection.
*Physical distancing measures are complied with in all Rumpus classes. Class numbers are limited and venues carefully chosen for compliance with spacing requirements. A volunteer will be present to assist with meeting these requirements, and other sanitation measures.
Renay Horton is a local floral designer with 31 years in the industry. She has a unique teaching style and a passion for bringing out the designer and florist in everyone!
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