Explore Art mindfulness-and-wellbeing classes in London
Explore Art mindfulness-and-wellbeing classes in London

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Explore Art

7 reviews
7 reviews

Explore Art is a mobile creative studio which welcomes people to explore their own creative potential through creative workshops and classes. We believe that we are all born with a creative side within which sometimes might be dormant. Our mission is to bring this to light again. Your teacher is a jewellery maker with over 10-year experience in various crafts activities from jewellery making to crochet, paper-craft and other techniques.

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Mindfulness And Wellbeing

Mindfulness

Crafts

Jewellery Making

Meditation

Art

Drawing

Wellbeing

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Max
7 Dec
Fantastic mindfulness meditation workshop. Really great for a beginner like me! Thanks so much, I'll be back :)
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Niamh
22 Nov
Really enjoyed the evening! Lovely group of people and Amelia is very nice. The only think I would say is it ends quite late and getting home at 11pm is quite tiring!The event itself is very much worth doing - very relaxing!
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Niamh
9 Sep
I really enjoyed the class it was so relaxing the environment was energetic and lovely and Amelia was very sweet.I totally lost myself in the drawing and managed to switch off which is amazing!I think il be drawing more mandalas soon!!Thank you
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Tracy
13 Dec
I was disappointed by this course because I don't feel that it offered me anymore insight than if I'd just googled how to draw mandalas and gone from there. I think that there are lots of points that could be improved to help make this a more valuable course. I hope this will be taken as constructive feedback, rather than as negatives.The venue was central and easy to find, but we could have done with more specific details on where the class was taking place eg name of café. It was also quite noisy, so the meditation was difficult to hear.It would be good to have more details on the history of mandalas and to be able to see more examples of mandalas. The inspiration was colouring books, and these didn't really feel like a good overview of the subject - some coloured books with text and pictures would be better.It would also be useful to have some more hands on feedback during the development of the mandalas - even if just going round to check everyone is ok.We were also promised an interpretation of our mandalas. While I appreciate that these are personal to each individual, the guide we were offered felt like it had just come off google. Perhaps you could show some mandalas of your own and explain the colours and shapes explaining how you felt at the time to act as a guide.The class was also much shorter than the advertised 2 hours.I am sure with tweaks this class could be much better, but I was pleased I had £10 off because I really don't feel that much was gained. I wish you well for the future!

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Max
7 Dec
Fantastic mindfulness meditation workshop. Really great for a beginner like me! Thanks so much, I'll be back :)
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Niamh
22 Nov
Really enjoyed the evening! Lovely group of people and Amelia is very nice. The only think I would say is it ends quite late and getting home at 11pm is quite tiring!The event itself is very much worth doing - very relaxing!
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Niamh
9 Sep
I really enjoyed the class it was so relaxing the environment was energetic and lovely and Amelia was very sweet.I totally lost myself in the drawing and managed to switch off which is amazing!I think il be drawing more mandalas soon!!Thank you
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Tracy
13 Dec
I was disappointed by this course because I don't feel that it offered me anymore insight than if I'd just googled how to draw mandalas and gone from there. I think that there are lots of points that could be improved to help make this a more valuable course. I hope this will be taken as constructive feedback, rather than as negatives.The venue was central and easy to find, but we could have done with more specific details on where the class was taking place eg name of café. It was also quite noisy, so the meditation was difficult to hear.It would be good to have more details on the history of mandalas and to be able to see more examples of mandalas. The inspiration was colouring books, and these didn't really feel like a good overview of the subject - some coloured books with text and pictures would be better.It would also be useful to have some more hands on feedback during the development of the mandalas - even if just going round to check everyone is ok.We were also promised an interpretation of our mandalas. While I appreciate that these are personal to each individual, the guide we were offered felt like it had just come off google. Perhaps you could show some mandalas of your own and explain the colours and shapes explaining how you felt at the time to act as a guide.The class was also much shorter than the advertised 2 hours.I am sure with tweaks this class could be much better, but I was pleased I had £10 off because I really don't feel that much was gained. I wish you well for the future!
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Sara
14 Dec
Workshop really hard to find from instructions. Guided méditation was short and hard to hear over noise of coffee being made. We were given colouring books to inspire our mandalas but little explanation of what a mandala is. Mandala interpretation was a list of colours and their meanings!
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Emily Maguire
2 Sep
Excellent workshop, relaxed and informative environment. Highly recommend. Great to be able to make and take home your own tree!
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Ines Alonso
4 Sep
I learned about co-creation by making rings. Amalia showed me the basic tricks to make rings and then let me experiment. She supported my ideas and her expertise helped me when I could not find my way to implement them. I ended up having beautiful and unique rings that attract people's attention. Great team work!