Spring Ikebana Workshop

with Brooke Pohl

April 28th

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  • $75 Program Price
Room: West Loop Shambhala Center, 37 N. Carpenter St.
You are invited to join your heart and mind with nature.   Ikebana, an ancient Japanese art form, combines nature with creativity to open a path to self discovery.  This mindfulness practice can reflect one’s state of mind and affect one’s awareness and perceptions of self and surroundings.  In this workshop we will work with our state of mind as we engage in arranging flowers using the elements of heaven, earth and human.   Training in this way helps us to connect fully to our world with non-aggression and to express our heart and mind through flowers.   Explore what this means and how it feels !  New and experienced students are welcome.  Cost of the workshop includes flowers to work with.
Note that class size is limited to 15!
 Bio:  Brooke Pohl has studied Sogetsu Ikebana for over 25 years and teaches throughout North America. She is a member of the Lexington Shambhala Center and has worked with the Chicago sangha since 2001.

“Such an interesting & welcoming class! Especially for a ‘non-artist’! Thank you!” Participant Boulder
“Working with the flowers, my mind, & the other participants took me to a peaceful, yet highly charged artistic space that was about growth and possibility.” Participant  Columbus