Flowwa for Beginners: Japanese Mindfulness Flower Arrangements with Kerry

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Flowwa is a popular Japanese mindfulness art practice in which you make flower arrangements in bottles while paying attention to your state of mind. 

These flower bottles are easy to create. They make a beautiful home decoration, as well as a colourful reminder of mindfulness and self-care. 

This beginner’s class will focus on the joy of creating art and engaging with nature.

No art skills or knowledge required – just come and have a wonderful time!

What will we cover?

In this hands-on and informative class, we will:

  • Learn the meditative practice of focusing on your five senses as you interact with delicate flowers and nature
  • Explore how to arrange intricate flowers into tiny vases

All materials provided but you are welcome to bring any flowers of your own that you would like to add.


  • Wheelchair Accessible Venue
  • Gender Neutral Bathrooms
  • Quiet Spaces
  • Discounted Early Bird Tickets
  • Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
  • Auslan Interpreted Upon Request 

Who will be teaching? 

Kerry (she/her) is an international artist who arrived in Melbourne in 2020 and experienced the ups and downs of this city’s hard lockdowns and reopening. She is currently working in a group called Artists Upgrading Social Norms (AUSN) on series of art projects focusing on strengthening empathy and post-pandemic community rebuilding.

In 2019, Kerry opened in Japan, Not-For-Profit organisation that runs Flowwa mindfulness workshops among other mental wellness programs using art, nature and creativity. Kerry offers workshops for both individuals and corporate/organisations for team building, assertiveness, creative leadership and problem solving

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