6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Explore your intuitive and creative side, experiment with different art materials and relax within a nurturing and supportive space
The classes provide a safe and positive space for free expression, with the aim to develop an intuitive approach to the creative process. Art is used as a tool for pure self-expression, healing, and transformation.
During the course, we will explore different art materials to enrich our souls and find ways to relax the mind, and the body through the creative process.
A short guided meditation opens and closes the practice and helps us to connect with the calm space within ourselves.
What to expect 🙂
Printing – Having fun experimenting with the creative process
Abstract Painting – Creating a painting with unusual tools
Mandala Making – Experimenting with patterns, lines, and shapes
Intuitive Mandala – Working within the Circle
Intuitive painting – Painting from the unconscious
Stone Painting – Exploring our gifts
Finding inspiration – Working with natural elements & words
Letting go of control – Enjoy the creative process freely
Connect with your inner creative – Yes, you are creative!
When: Tuesday 15th of October – Tuesday 19th of November, 6-8pm (6 weeks)
Where: Creativeflow Studio 5.03, 5th floor Edinburgh Palette, 151 London Rd, Edinburgh EH7 6AE
Exchange: £140.00 per person (£120.00 Concession). All the materials will be provided: acrylic paints, paper, paintbrushes, aprons, towels, sponges, etc. The classes are suitable for all levels.
For more information and to book your space simply visit https://www.creativeflowart.com/intuitive-art or phone/text 07556575645
Everyone is welcome and no experience is required! All the materials will be provided.
12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
This Beginners sewing course will teach you expert sewing techniques whether you want to progress into dressmaking, soft furnishing or craft projects. You’ll learn how to understand sewing machines, get experience of using different stitch types, learning about stitch lengths, widths and tensions. I’ll explain what the different presser feet are for and you’ll learn how to measure and cut fabric.
I learned to sew as a child and since then, I’ve made every mistake in the book. So fast-track your sewing journey as you benefit from my mistakes and learn to sew like a pro as I share my expert tips. I wish I’d known all this stuff when I started to sew.
This course duration is 8 hours so it runs as either a 4-week evening class, or sometimes over a weekend (Friday 7-9pm and Saturday 10am-5pm). Please check the individual event dates/times below for details. The cost is the same.
Who is this aimed at?
Absolute Beginners (if you’ve never used a sewing machine)
Novice sewists (if you’ve just recently learned but would like to know a bit more)
Lapsed Sewists (as a refresher if you’ve not sewn for a while and are a bit rusty).
What will I learn?
How to use a sewing machine safely and confidently
How to wind bobbins and how to thread a sewing machine
Understand the mysteries of correct thread tension
How to sew perfect straight lines, smooth curves and turn corners
Learn three different seam types and when to use them
How to take up a hem
Make machined buttonholes and how to sew in a zip
Make a lovely craft project to gain experience measuring, cutting and sewing fabric.
Choose to make either
a lined reversible tote bag,
or a zipped make-up bag,
Artisan Stitch has won a certificate of excellence for Best Sewing Classes in Edinburgh. Jen has over 40 years of sewing experience and over 20 years in a teaching role.
Must be pre-booked at https://www.artisanstitch.co.uk/beginners-sewing-course/. Enquiries to email@example.com or 0773 939 7369
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
This 8-week course in foundation sewing skills will not only teach you how to use a sewing machine, but also some foundation dressmaking skills.
Artisan Stitch has won a Certificate of Excellence and rated ‘Best Sewing Classes in Edinburgh. Jen has over 40 years sewing experience and over 20 years in a teaching & training role.
Who is this aimed at?
Absolute Beginners. No previous sewing experience is required.
If perhaps you’ve had a long break from sewing and would like a refresher, then this class is suitable for you too or try my Refresher Sewing Class.
What will I learn?
how to use a sewing machine
how to sew straight lines, curves and turn corners
basic seam types
how to take up hems
how to insert zips and make machined buttonholes
a mini-project to give you experience measuring and cutting fabric.
A simple pencil or A-line skirt is a good first dressmaking project once you’ve learned how to use a sewing machine. A pencil skirt has a few challenges. It will teach you the following foundation dressmaking techniques:
- how to measure yourself and find the right size of pattern
- understanding pattern markings, laying out and cutting fabric
- how to sew darts
- sewing seams
- how to neaten raw edges
- how to sew a zip
- using interfacing to stabilise the fabric
- how to attach a waistband
- how to take up a hem
Must be pre-booked at : https://www.artisanstitch.co.uk/beginners-sewing-dressmaking/
Enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or 0773 939 7369
In this workshop you will learn all basic jewellery skills in relaxed, private environment. We will go through basic skills such as piercing, filling, soldering and finishing jewellery to more advance techniques such as stonesetting. You will learn the skills on real projects such as making a ring or pendant. Part of the class is also improving your design skills.
There will be individual study plan designed specially for each person depending on your needs and experiences.
There will be flexible start so you can use your pass whenever you want (depending of space availability, please book the dates in advance)
Dates are flexible, please contact tutor for availability and discuss what you would like to learn:
Mirka – email@example.com
Each class will be 2h long
Please book online: https://www.midasskillsschool.com/monday-jewellery-skills-6-30-9
or enquire: firstname.lastname@example.org
6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
Would you like to learn more about yoga? All of our teachers have completed many years of training and will introduce you to the asanas with full and detailed instructions to help you understand them and to enable you to progress.
Yoga Now is run by Lucy Brownhall, who has been studying Iyengar yoga for 33 years. The studio is fully equipped with mats and everything else you might need, including a rope wall (which is really good fun to use!)
Regular practice of Iyengar yoga has many benefits for physical and mental health. Mr Iyengar is credited with bringing yoga to the West and also with inventing the use of props (bricks, belts, bolsters, chairs and even mats!) which makes it possible for us all to get the full benefit of the practice. At Yoga Now, we teach informative and encouraging classes in the Iyengar tradition. There is clear progression within the levels and all aspects of yoga are gradually introduced, as the students progress.
Iyengar yoga is suitable for everyone and at Yoga Now studio, on the 4th floor of st Margaret’s House, we offer classes for all levels of experience. This class (Level 1) is suitable for Beginners and students wishing to consolidate their study at this level. Once you become familiar with the Level 1 syllabus and your strength and confidence in the poses is established, you will be able to move up to the next level of classes where you will be introduced to a wider syllabus of asanas and to pranayama.
Introductory Pass – £50 for 6 classes (to use in 6 weeks)
Autumn Term Pass – £128 for 16 classes (£8 each)
Drop-in £12 per class
We encourage you to attend the same class each week, with the same teacher, so that they can get to know you and help you progress better. However, if that is not possible, you can use your pass at any suitable class (we have 6 classes per week for beginners to choose from).
6:00 pm - 6:45 pm
Meditation is simply the creation of a nice space, it’s not achieving ecstasy, it’s slowing down and doing something with mindfulness but above all it starts from breathing. The way of breathing affects the way of thinking. And you won’t switched off your thoughts but your mind will become calmer. The process is not getting away from your mind, but accepting what’s happening without trying to fix our thoughts. We spend ⅓ of our life ruminating about past events, ⅓ illuding ourselves about future. We only have ⅓ left for present time. Meditation is simply being present. How? Starting from your body. If you feel deeply your body while it moves, you become present, because you are concentrated in what you are doing and so a natural status of meditation arises.
Take 45 minutes for yourself
Take 45 minutes to relax
No experience required
No crossed legs required, we will explore alternative ways
Mondays 6.00-6.45 pm
£6 booking required
Book now email@example.com