April 17, 2016 at Shambhala Meditation Center of San Francisco in San Francisco.
It is said that one of the requirements in Samurai training was the practice of Ikebana because of its tie to nowness: mindful and aware.
Based on the principles of the ancient and modern art of Ikebana, and taken all the way to the edge and vanguard of the world we live in today, these workshops are meant to expand the view and practice of self expression both spontaneous and mindful.
Please join us in the expression and sharing. All are welcome, no previous experience is necessary.
Alice Tarkeshi’s long experience in both the practice of Meditation and Ikebana, inspires her to facilitate the natural flow of creativity for all who show up at her workshops.
With complete faith in the healing nature of giving birth to what is within each one of us, using any medium, and trusting in the authenticity of even what is inauthentic, she brings to her teaching the mirror that helps to reflect the truth of who we are.
Psychologically, Aesthetically, and Spiritually oriented—she provides the context for free self expression within a holistic view of living meaningfully in what we do.
With an BA degree in Psychology, followed by post graduate study and work in Art Education – her position in diverse Human Service organizations as Counselor and Art Therapist, revealed to her the meaning of sacredness.
$35 Program Price (Includes $5 materials fee.)
$45 Patron Price (Includes $5 materials fee.)
Or pay in accord with your circumstances, with a suggested minimum of $20.