with Sheila Weitman
Kokedama, an elegant Japanese-style bonsai, literally translates to “moss ball”. Japanese people have been crafting lovely Kokedamas for over 1000 years. The creative adaptability of Kokedama opens to a world ofpossibilities for style and decor. Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, Kokedama is a beautiful art form that will connect you with nature in a unique way, offering to nourish all dimensions of your wellness.
Members $45/Non Members $50
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Instructor Bio: Sheila Weitman
Sheila has over 3 decades of experience working in the horticulture trade. She completed the Horticulture Technician Certificate from Camosun College in 1991 and from that time has designed, installed
and maintained gardens throughout southern Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands, in private and public settings. Sheila completed Ecological Landscape Design from Gaia College in 2008 which provided a solid foundation for creating ecologically focused landscapes and gardens. Since receiving a certificate in Horticulture Therapy in 2017 Sheila has provided Horticulture Therapy (HT) and Therapeutic Horticulture(TH) to individuals and groups in Long Term Care and Mental Health and Addictions programs. She is a member of the Canadian Horticulture Therapy Association(CHTA) and a volunteer with Feeding Ourselves and Others at Serenity Farm. www.feedingourselvesandothers.com
In 2022, Sheila became a Morning Altars Practitioner after completing Day Schildkret’s certificate program which celebrates the melding of nature, art and ritual. https://www.morningaltars.com Through nature based creating Sheila offers us the opportunity to engage in the soothing practice of nature connection.