Private Pottery Wheel Throwing Class Groups

Private wheel throwing class for groups for your next birthday party, hen's night, team building etc.

75 mins Class size 4 to 7

label $85 - $105 (or 4 payments of $21.25 - $26.25 Afterpay)
($105 per guest when you book for 4 guests, $85 for 5+ guests)

Looking for a creative and memorable way to celebrate a special occasion or to host a team gathering? Whether it's a birthday party, hens night, or corporate team building, this private wheel throwing class for groups offers an opportunity to customise the class to suit the needs of you and your group.

In our welcoming pottery studio in North Willoughby, you and your group will be introduced to basic techniques on the pottery wheel. Don't worry if you're a beginner, our friendly instructor will give you guidance and step-by-step instructions. Each participant will be patiently guided to centre and shape the clay with confidence.

Your pots will be kiln-fired and ready for you to pick up 2-3 weeks after the class. Price includes glazing and firing.

Knowledge required
What you'll get
  • All materials provided.
  • Each participant will create a small pot, which will be kiln-fired and ready for you to pick up 2-3 weeks after the class.
What to bring
Please wear clothing and shoes that you don't mind getting clay on.
Suitable for

This class is great for a team building activity, birthday or hens party.

Suitable for adults, and kids (minimum 9 years old).

Adult accompaniment is not required.

This would also be a lovely gift for her, gift for mum, anniversary gift or birthday gift.


Wheelfulness Studio - 24 Horsley Avenue, North Willoughby NSW

Private Pottery Wheel Throwing Class Groups location
Your teacher
Bettina Stevanovic
Bettina Stevanovic

5.0 (194)

Bettina offers mindful pottery wheel classes in small groups with no more than 4 students per class, ensuring that each participant receives individual attention and personalized guidance. Building on her background in psychology, her ‘Wheelfulness’ approach goes beyond teaching fundamental skills and incorporates mindfulness to enhance focus and stillness at the spinning wheel.

Besides her passion for pottery, Bettina has been an a professional educator in academia for over 20 years within the fields of cognitive and educational psychology. Her journey with the pottery wheel started as a hobby in 2015 when she discovered that the tactile sensation of clay and the rhythmic movement of the wheel had a soothing effect on her overactive mind. Since then, she has been refining and developing the Wheelfulness approach as a therapeutic modality of working with clay at the pottery wheel. To further her expertise in this area, she is currently pursuing a Certificate in Sensorymotor Art and Clay Field Therapies.


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