Spend the evening learning about natural dyes. Explore how to create them, using items found in your home and garden. Use your artistic flair to decorate your own organic cotton canvas shopper bag which you can take away,
Join Helen Kathleen of Chant Malas for four and a half blissful hours of meditation, mantras and mala-making. This includes the design and creation of your own, fully hand-knotted mala to take away and deepen your meditation practices.
In this workshop you'll discover which herbs best support your individual hormonal balance by exploring and tuning in with your body's own instincts. Explore how your body can guide you in making healthy choices for your hormones.
In this class you'll learn to make decorative tassels to create your colourful and tactile wall hanging. And you'll come away with a striking creation to liven up your wall or window.
In this digital age where we are never far from a screen, re-connect with this tactile process of offloading your thoughts, worries, dreams, and wishes onto the page. The therapeutic value of journalling is immense, it's an invitation to slow down, tune in to the self and release.
Explore the creative ways to pour your thoughts and ideas into the page, in this journaling workshop with Olivia Rafferty of Inka Journal. Make thoughtful spreads, vision boards, planner pages and more and play around with Olivia's enviable pencil case of stationary and bag of collected ephemera!
In this relaxing 2 hour workshop, you will learn the basic principles of tapestry weaving on a lap loom. You'll explore the different textures and weaves you can work with to create a beautiful and truly unique wall hanging for your home.
During this workshop you'll learn the traditional rope knotting technique of macrame by making your very own macrame plant hanger.
This class is ideal for plant lovers who want to create beautiful displays for their growing collection of houseplants.
Learn to craft an Ojo de Dios, woven with yarn between wooden sticks in several colours. The practice of making an Ojo, is repetitive, grounding and meditative.