Ikebana is, in principle, the Japanese art of arranging natural flowers, twigs, branches into a composition that highlights their beauty. This ancient form of art affords inner peace to those who practice it, in addition to purifying the environment and creating an atmosphere of peace, harmony, and beauty.
Ikebana is a simple form of art that anybody can learn, for it doesn't depend on talent, financial status, and technical complexity. The Ikebana technique makes it possible to use flower arrangements to beautify anywhere there are people.
Duration: 2h from 14.00-16.00 hrs
Costs: €20,- for zen students and €30,- for others. Including materials, tea and coffee.
About Mari Osses de Oliveira:
I am an expat living in the Netherlands since 2015.
I am from Brazil and I moved to Eindhoven because of my husband’s work.
Now I’ve been practicing Ikebana for more than 2 years and I believe in a Paradise with Flowers.