Beginner's Ikebana, Thursday 19th September 2019
Ikebana has its roots in spiritual Japan where the delicate and respectful relationship between humans and nature was most profound. Traditional arrangements emulated the natural landscape, aiming to display each element in perfect harmony with its environment.
One of the most basic principles is that an arrangement should have three parts. This has been carried forward into modern schools of Ikebana (of which there are many), each with their own particular rules and principles.
During this evening class, students will learn a few basic ikebana techniques under the Ohara school. They will have the opportunity to create various minimalist arrangements using seasonal Autumnal flowers and foliages in a custom-made bowl by Studio Emma, which they will take home with them after the class. This class is suitable for complete beginners with no floristry or Ikebana experience.
This workshop runs from 6.30 till 9pm on Thursday 19th September 2019 at our Flower School (15 East Norton Place, EH7 5DR). All materials and tools are included and a little glass or two of bubbly will be provided.
If you would like to buy this class as a gift, you may purchase a Narcissus Flower School Gift Voucher