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24 Apr 2019
The Plus Ones discover a candle making workshop at the jokingly-named "meth lab" at Surry Hills' Provider Store.
15 Apr 2019
Broadsheet features ClassBento, including sharing what inspired co-founder John Tabari to come up with this idea.
12 Apr 2019
Today Tonight shows us some unconventional way to fight stress.
In particular, reporter Rita Rizk explores how pastimes like calligraphy and origami are great ways to relax and improve your wellbeing.
29 Mar 2019
Sydney's 2SER 107.3 radio station interviews ClassBento's co-founder, John Tabari.
They discuss how ClassBento is making fun workshops more accessible and convenient, to fight dementia and burnout.
16 Feb 2019
ClassBento is featured on the Today Show, where we show how fun classes can keep us mentally engaged and healthy, no matter your age.
The residents at Lansdowne Gardens enjoy a flower arranging class, taught by our talented Nikki from Peony Story.
19 Dec 2018
Learn about how ClassBento got started, about some of its growth strategies, and more
1 Dec 2018
Start-up founders share their advice on how to make the most of the holiday season, from business planning to catching up on their personal lives.
Iain emphasises the importance of taking some me-time, whether it's travel or just hanging out with family, to broaden perspectives and to avoid burnout and depression, which is especially endemic in founders - e.g. founders have 4x more likely to have depression compared to the general population (just one source: Business Insider).
18 Jun 2018
The Fashion Journal checks out our DIY succulent terrarium class.
ClassBento offers hundreds of fun, creative and artisan workshop experiences in Australia.
One of the main reasons we exist is to promote better mental wellbeing in our communities.
Workplace burnout and dementia are huge and growing problems, and creative classes are a scientifically proven way to ward off these issues.
We also donate to Dementia Australia with every booking.
Read more about our story here.