Thanks to everyone who came along last Sunday to the Tapestry weaving session at the Richmond Library. We thank Sara, Shuklay and Munaw for the really great information session and weaving demonstration. As you can see on this post, the designs we got to see were so beautiful and unique, and it was touching to hear the story of friendship and inspiration behind the creative process of the pieces.
If you are interested in attending a tapestry weaving class, we will be running one in November - with more info to be released soon.
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We are super excited to announce that the ever popular course - "Sound Healing Guided Meditation & Reiki" with the inspirational instructor Madelin will be back in Term 4!
With some classes fully booked during the 5 week trial run this Term, we have lost count of the number of inquiries we have received about its continuation - making it one of the most popular and successful programs we have offered to date.
We will be offering the program again starting Wednesday 11th of October, 6.30pm-7.30pm at Studio 1 Community Hub (15 Barnet Way). The program will go for 10 weeks till 13th of December.
It is $5 per session or you have to option to pay $40 for the whole term (10 weeks).
Personal Development Courses, Fitness & Health Classes, What is Reiki? Reiki is a helping system that uses universal energy. It helps us to improve our health through relaxation and spiritual connection., What is Sound Healing? Sound healing...
Come along to the Richmond Library this Sunday at 2 pm for this colorful presentation:
Weaving a new life – Tapestry Presentation
Presented by RCLC and Richmond Library.
Sara Lindsay, artist and master weaver, has been mentoring Karen Shuklay Tahpo and Munaw Poe since 2013.
This Sunday, Sara will present an illustrated talk about the lives of these remarkable women from Myanmar and the way in which tapestry weaving has become an important and joyous expression of their new life in Australia.
Shuklay and Munaw will be present and give a weaving demonstration.
Where: Richmond Library – 415 Church St, Richmond
Cost: Free Join us on Sunday, 10th September – 2 pm -3.30 pm
Presented by RCLC and Richmond Library. Sara Lindsay, artist and master weaver, has been mentoring Karen refugee women Shuklay Tahpo and Munaw Poe since 2013. Sara will present an illustrated talk about the lives of these remarkable women from Myanmar and the way in which tapestry weaving has become...