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June 12 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm$50.00
Join us on the Patio for a lesson on the history of henna and its uses. Practicing on paper first, learn how to create mandalas and finger designs before using a traditional henna cone to create your own images. This class is suitable for teens and adults.
Maximum Number of Students: 9
Materials Fee: $10 (paid directly to the instructor)
Date: Jun 12th, 10am-1pm
Instructor: Anjana Bhargava, Ayurvedic Wellness Practioner and Artist, uses natural methods of healing through herbs and spices. Her integrative approach incorporates diet, lifestyle, pranayama, meditation, and Mantra(sound) therapy in healing methods. Anjana’s other passion is Madhubani art, a form of folk art specific to Bihar, India. She spends time creating beautiful Madhubani artwork and has exhibited her pieces at galleries, hospitals, community events and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Anjana feels that the Madhubani art form is an artistic expression of her profession, her passion and her soul. It is an intrinsic part of her research into the ancient Indian culture that combined art, diet, medicine and yoga into a holistic way of life.