Ikebana Short Seminar for $89

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 831 Mitten Rd Ste 204 Burlingame CA 94010  See map

Do you like flowers. Are you interested in learning Ikebana or would you like to attend a short seminar specializing in Ikebana arrangement ? California Flower Art Academy offers Ikebana Short Seminar Program for only $89 which includes not only tuition but also flower materials, Kenzan (needlepoint holder) and also Suiban (flat type container specifically designed for Ikebana arrangement). No hidden cost at all. 

This seminar is offered on a regular basis for those who have no experience in Ikebana arts or have only little experience. By attending this seminar, you can learn two types of basic Ikebana arrangements. Our well experienced licensed instructor will teach you with hands on training of ONE ON ONE instructions. You can easily learn Ikebana arrangements with our step by step lesson.

Many people join this short program just for enjoying a good experience of learning Ikebana. Some people join this program for the purpoe of evaluating our lesson before signing up for Ikebana Arrangement Elementary Course. After you attend this seminar and if you would like to continue learning Ikebana, you can roll over (transfer) to Ikebana Arrangement Elementary Course in which case, the credits earned from this short seminar will be counted for you to complete the elementary course.

We offer this seminar not only at Burlingame extension class but also at San Jose main classroom not only on weekdays but also on the weekend. California Flower Art Academy has been engaged in teaching a variety of floral designs since 1990 as one of floral schools certified by Flower Decorators Association that is one of the best established florla associations in Japan.

For further information about our school or this seminar, feel free to contact info@california-academy.com


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