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TIME4 hours 4 hrs
PRICE$120 $120 pp
Unwind and let your hands do the talking in Syoko Burton’s Origami workshop. Transform an array of multi-coloured sheets of paper into an endless shapes including but not limited to cranes, flowers and boxes.
Release your inner imagination and creativity under Sayoko’s step-by-step guidance. Sayoko’s Japanese roots and relationship with her grandmother influenced her love for the intricate art. The certified origami instructor now shares her talent and tips with the elderly in aged care centres, cultural events and community centres.
You'll leave this workshop with fantastic origami skills, and a fond memory.
This class is available on Request for groups of 2+.
Don't have a group of 2+ students? If you're happy to pay a higher price per person (total of $240 for the class), you can just Request to book this class for 2 students (and attend with fewer guests).
No knowledge required.
All materials provided.
This workshop is suitable for a hens party, special occasion, team building activity or corporate event.
North Sydney, NSW
Exact location is anonymised for privacy. You'll get the specific address after booking.
Sayoko Burton is a Certified Origami Art Instructor and a qualified Art Therapist.
She trained as an art therapist in Sydney and is a member of the
International Institute for Complementary Therapists.
She specializes in working with children, adolescence and adults. She focuses on improving people’s well-being, developing creativity and imagination.
Sayoko is a very creative person. Some of her creative talents come from her Japanese cultural background.
She learned traditional Japanese Art such as Origami from her grandmother when she was very young.
She still enjoys making traditional Japanese art and many other creative arts. Sayoko is also a member of NIPPON Origami Association in Japan.
Currently Sayoko is teaching Origami in aged care centres and helping seniors with their motor skills and mental focus. She also teaches Origami in Cultural events and community centres.
She runs an Origami workshop for adults, children and individuals. She also runs Origami therapy Group as well.
We'll keep you posted!