SeaCrest Yoga and Eclipse Ikebana are delighted to offer a fun and creative four-hour workshop relaxing with gentle yoga and creating beautiful Japanese style flower arrangements to take home.
Where: Red Hill, Mornington Peninsula
All Providers of OHO Experiences have implemented extra precautions around distancing and cleaning practices in order to comply with guidelines provided by the Department of Health and Human Services.
Experience a gentle flowing one-hour Hatha yoga and guided meditation session led by experienced yoga instructor, Hannah from SeaCrest Yoga. The yoga session is suitable for all levels, including beginners, and you will be supported to feel comfortable whatever your ability, lifestyle or background. After yoga, you will relax with a guided meditation designed to open your mind to creativity and beauty.
Enjoy a delicious morning or afternoon tea while taking in the atmosphere of the surrounding gardens.
After the break, Shoto will guide you through a hands-on introduction to Ikebana. Learn about Japanese flower arrangement and a have a peek into Japanese culture, as you create three beautiful Ikebana-style flower arrangements to take home.
To enable personalised attention and support, each session is limited to 10 participants. All yoga equipment, flowers and ikebana materials provided.
The fruits of your labour
Guests will take home two Ikebana-style flower arrangements they have made themselves.
The kit required
Comfortable clothes for yoga
Hannah and Aileen
Hannah is a local artist and qualified Hatha Yoga instructor with a teaching background. She presents a variety of sessions on the Mornington Peninsula, including weekly group yoga classes, art yoga workshops and yoga for teens. For these workshops, Hannah has designed gentle, relaxing and revitalising yoga sequences that are easily adapted to suit all abilities, followed by a meditation designed specially to enhance creativity.
Aileen is a qualified Sogetsu Ikebana teacher with a background in teaching art and information technologies. She teaches Ikebana on the Mornington Peninsula under her official Japanese flower name, Shoto,
"The creative, meditative and mindful aspects of Japanese flower arrangement provide a fantastic counter-balance to our busy lives," says Aileen. "Ikebana brings beauty into our homes, hearts and minds and enhances our appreciation of nature."