Classes

textbooks
Sogetsu Foundation headquartered in Tokyo Japan, has developed a curriculum to enable beginners to master the rich and satisfying art of ikebana or Japanese flower arranging.  The curriculum is covered in two textbooks of 40 lessons each.  The first text covers the basic styles and techniques.  The second text helps students develop the art of free style arranging.  After finishing the texts, students continue to study in order to fully develop the creative abilities and technical skills to express themselves in their arrangements.  More information on the curriculum is available on the Sogetsu Foundation website.

The following local recognized teachers and organizations offer classes following the Sogetsu curriculum.

Boulder/Lafayette

Alexandra Shenpen: 303-666-6587   ashenpen@gmail.com

Eileen Kay: 303-449-0192

Hazel Thornley: 303-499-4161

Kalapa Ikebana
For information on classes contact:
Mitra Adams, registrar: 303-250-7005 himitraadams@gmail.com
Or consult the webpage:  www.boulder.shambhala.org

Broomfield

Kimiko Kuno: 303-520-4654  monijessi@Comcast.net

Centennial

Kinko Ohata: 303-771-0253   kinkoohata@msn.com

Colorado Springs/Monument

Jan Cashman: 719-481-9646    cashman481@aol.com

Karen Hench: 719-579-9788   ksysse@comcast.net

Denver

Midori Allmeyer: 303-477-6070    midoriallmeyer@msn.com

Denver/Littleton

Seiko Yoshikawa: 303-973-1759   Seiko_yo@yahoo.com

Fort Collins

Sharon Stuart: 970-221-0983         sharonstuart@gmail.com

Longmont

Keiko Yamamori: 303-443-9615    keikoyamamori@aol. com

Wheat Ridge

Ruby Maruyama: 303-238-1433    hhmrem2@yahoo.com


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