Mindful spring flower arranging class
March 12 @ 8:00 am - April 30 @ 5:00 pm£40
Do you have trouble getting to class? Find it all a bit of a hassle getting your materials together – and that spoils what should be a relaxing few hours?
If that sounds like you, you’re going to LOVE my new mindful Spring Flower Arranging Class.
It starts in March … on Facebook – this means you’ll need to be on Facebook to access the course.
A snip at £40 (did you see what I did there?mindfulness
Even though you love flowers and enjoy having them at home do you sometimes feel overwhelmed by the thought that they’ve got to be perfect – and that stops you from treating yourself from time to time?
If that sounds like you I think you’re going to love my spring flower arranging class which I’ll be hosting in a special group on Facebook.
Over four weeks I’ll be filming 4 DIY projects – you can watch as a I work – or catch up later when the time and mood suits you.
Instead of feeling under pressure to ‘produce the goods’ this class will purposefully be encouraging you to take it slow. To notice what’s around you – there won’t be a massive list of things-you-must-buy. It’ll be about taking stock – seeing what materials you’ve already got to hand and working creatively in a way that suits you.
The course will have a spring theme. I’ll guide you on a path to create your own Japanese-inspired hanging garden (kokedama), a woven hoop – using natural and crafting materials and much. much more …
One thing that stands out for me at class is the number of you who say the experience of immersing yourselves in flowers is so therapeutic. With this in mind I’ve wanted to take my teaching forward to embrace this aspect. Now. I’m not a mindfulness practitioner so for this course Sue Quigley (Holistic Healer & Spiritual Life Coach) will be joining us.
Sue loves showing people that joy often lies in the very ordinary things.
In a busy world we often miss that the very things we want to feel (peace, calm, happiness, love etc) are already available to us all if we could lessen the clutter and the chatter that occurs in our minds.
Sue leads groups and individuals in practices of meditation and stillness. Regular participation in this enhances our feelings of wellbeing and encourages us into the NOW. Mindfulness is all about engaging in the present moment and paying full attention to what we might be doing in that precise moment.
A true nature lover, Sue is delighted to be able to talk about mindfulness, Spring and flower arranging and how can indulge all of our senses into this activity.