Past Online Classes

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The Hero’s Journey: A Reflective Tool for Navigating Change, Challenge and Chaos with Lisa (Online)

Star Wars, Thelma and Louise, The Godfather, Mean Girls; Very different movies, yet all share the underlying story arc of the Hero’s Journey. The Hero’s Journey is a classic story-telling structure reflecting adventure, conflict and ultimately triumph over adversity. The symbolism of the journey is compelling as the themes contained in The Hero’s Journey show…

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Make your own Silver Pendant and Earrings with Qing

Would you like to learn to make your own silver jewellery?   Learn the fundamentals of the wax casting process to make your own pendant and earrings!   We will learn the basics of wax working techniques, as well as very simple metal finishing skills.   At the end of this two part workshop you will walk…

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Building Stories about the Future in LEGO with Amanda

The stories we tell ourselves about the future shape just about everything we do in the present.  In this session we will stretch our own thinking by using LEGO to build new and wonderful stories about different potential futures. The session will include a short introduction to a key theory of Futures Studies, before using…

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Watercolour for Beginners: Galaxies and Stars with Emilie

In this class you will create your own unique galaxy… with watercolours!   Get lost in the stars and enjoy a relaxing and mindful painting class. Learn how to play with the fluidity of watercolours and mix tones together to create a beautiful cloudy galaxy. Add some stars, constellations or other celestial bodies of your…

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Waste Not, Want not: How to Reduce Food Waste in your Kitchen with Cristina (Online)

Do you want to learn how to save money on groceries and help less food waste end up in landfill? In Australia, about 7. 6 tonnes of food waste is created each year. About 70% of that is still edible! This workshop is all about how you could reduce the amount of food waste you create in your own…

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SOLD OUT – Flower Arranging with Robyn

Come and learn how to arrange flowers straight into a vase rather than as a bunch in your hand! Within this workshop you will create a gorgeous arrangement as you learn the essential techniques to create a feature piece to put on display.   You will learn all about the design elements and principles of floristry to…

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Growing Winter Vegetables with Pat (Online)

Want to get your hands in some soil?   Well leading up to Winter is the perfect time to get stuck into veggie gardening! Come and learn how to grow your own fresh and tasty vegetables to share with your loved ones! This introductory course will provide the novice gardener with all the knowledge they need to have success…

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SOLD OUT – Exploring Everyday Bullsh*t with Nicholas

Are you drowning in bullshit? From social media to the 24-hour news cycle to advertising copy, there seems to more and more nonsense language in our lives that serves no purpose but to manipulate, persuade and deceive us. But what is bullshit? What does it do to us? And—most importantly—what can we do about it?…

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Feldenkrais: Free Your Voice with Ralph (Online)

Want to be heard?   Improve your voice for speaking or singing using clever, enjoyable movement lessons (Feldenkrais) to support your voice to be at its best. Feldenkrais is a clever exercise system using gentle movement and mindfulness. You learn to release tightness and unconscious restriction and create natural, graceful and effective actions that will free your…

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The Coromandel Community- Macramé Hanging Planters with Maria

Macramé, or the art of knotting, is having a swift revival since the 70s.   The great thing is it’s easy, affordable and you don’t need any tools.   Spice up any room with a wall art or planter! You can use all sorts of material for macrame but single twist cotton rope is the…

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The Coromandel Community – Kokedama: Japanese Moss Balls with Maria

Join us for a fun mini class making Kokedama Moss Balls! Kokedama is an ancient Japanese botanical art like bonsai or ikebana art.   The word ‘Kokedama’ means ‘moss ball’ in Japanese as they are plants living in freestanding balls of moss-covered soil instead of pots.    Kokedama are a beautiful way to bring greenery…

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Look Draw Thrive Walking Workshop

Look Draw Thrive is is a unique walking tour combining the power of mindfulness through focus with the creativity, joy and observational skills of drawing and urban sketching.   Research shows the powerful benefits of drawing and creative practices for improved mental health and ongoing wellbeing. Focusing in your surroundings, learning how to observe better and how to live in…

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SOLD OUT – Intro to Shibari: Creating Deeper Intimacy with Ash & Harley

Join us for a guided journey into the exciting world of rope bondage. Designed for curious, caring creatures, this class will explore the art forms potential for profound intimacy, connection and trust building. We will learn the important foundations of safety and rope-craft before learning some basic yet effective techniques for empowering your inner rope-top. The lesson structure is…

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SOLD OUT – Tension – The Art of Shibari with Harley

Join us for a guided journey into the exciting world of rope bondage. Designed for curious, caring creatures, this class will explore the art forms potential for profound intimacy, connection and trust building. We will learn the important foundations of safety and rope-craft before learning some basic yet effective techniques for empowering your inner rope-top. The lesson structure is…

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Kokedama: Japanese Moss Balls with Maria

Kokedama is an ancient Japanese botanical art like bonsai or ikebana art.   The word ‘Kokedama’ means ‘moss ball’ in Japanese as they are plants living in freestanding balls of moss-covered soil instead of pots.    Kokedama are a beautiful way to bring greenery into your home and are ideal for apartments or flats with…

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Crochet 101 with Maria

Crochet ain’t just for your grandma anymore! Once you learn the art of crochet you can make adorable crop tops, teapot covers, dolls and beautiful blankets! Come and learn the art of crochet and start adorning yourself and your home in crochet goodness! All the materials will be provided - just come and have a…

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Linocut Printmaking for Beginners: Plants & Flowers with Emilie

More than just a floor covering!    Did you know that linocut has been used in printing for over a century and this technique was originally for making wallpaper?    Printing with linocut is similar to woodcut printmaking but a bit easier to work with (because it has no grain to consider like wood). In…

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Chess for Beginners: How to Beat Friends and Checkmate People with Rafael

One of the most popular games in the history of the world. Chess is a rich and rewarding game that will challenge you mentally while testing your competitive spirit. This class is for complete beginners - no experience necessary! The class can also serve as a valuable refresher for those who’ve already mastered the fundamentals;…

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Intro to Ink Art with Emilie

Have you ever played around with ink pens? Drawing with ink is a wonderful way to develop your art skills. Come and explore the world of ink drawing with a series of fun and playful exercises with Art Teacher Emilie. This class is catered for people totally new to drawing and those that practice regularly. The…

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