The Way of Flowers: Exploring Ikebana as a Mindfulness Practice (Online)

with Anjie Cho

June 29th—July 20th

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    Room: Online

    Hosted by Shambhala Online

    Saturdays from 2:00pm – 4:00pm EST
    2024: June 29, July 13 & 20
    Open to all. No prerequisites required.

    Join Shambhala Online to explore ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arrangement, as a contemplative dharma art exploration to enrich your meditation practice and experience mindfulness in everyday life. 

    For all skill levels. No artistic experience required.

    Note: Some ikebana equipment is required. Click here for more information.

    This course is being offered through Shambhala Online. In order for Shambhala New York to receive a portion of the course price, please select "New York" as your center upon registration and input 2024RevShare25 as the course code. Should you run into any issues, please contact us at [email protected].

    If you are interested in forming a study group to discuss these teachings with other NYC-based class participants, please reach out to [email protected].  We are happy to put you in touch with others taking the same course.

    About the Teacher:
    Anjie Cho is a feng shui educator, licensed practicing architect, and Shambhala Art teacher. She has studied ikebana since 2015 and is a Kakyo Level 9 Assistant Professor of Ikebana, 3rd Grade in the Ikenobo School. She’s the author of three books: Holistic SpacesMindful Homes, and the forthcoming Mindful Living. Anjie is also the owner of Anjie Cho Architect PLLC, co-founder of Mindful Design Feng Shui School, and co-host of the Holistic Spaces Podcast. 

    See her ikebana arrangements at: https://www.instagram.com/anjie.ikebana/