SPREADING IKEBANA WORLDWIDE
Helping students grow--Sogetsu Ikebana Teachers
LUCIA PIERELLI - PAOLA BELFIORE
Rome, Italy -- IKEBANA LAB
After joining the international teachers class, Mary has started up teaching again. SQhe and is a director of the Sogetsu Belfast branch. Please get in touch with her if you would like to join her classes.
Louise received her Teacher’s Diploma in 2000 while living in Japan. She returned home to Australia where she continued to study ikebana, as well as give ikebana demonstrations and workshops. After moving to Spain, Louise was looking for a teacher. I am happy she found me . She is now teaching in Madrid.
Birgit was the first of my students who graduated as a teacher. She has been my very helpful assistant on many occasions.
ANNE DE GOES
She discovers ikebana around 1995 at the same time she discovers zen. The beautiful art of ikebana immediately attracted her architect s eyes. She received her teaching diploma in 2002 when she began to teach. After a time without practicing, she started again when she met a new teacher to go further with a new vision of this art.
There are many ikebana schools. Some of them have study groups worldwide. If you are looking for a teacher the best place to start is by contacting the study groups. Here you find some links to the schools.
Ikebana International promotes ikebana worldwide with the motto "Friendship through Flowers"