We are proud to present a variety of fun, hands-on workshops suitable for all ages. From simple to technical, art, spiritual and scientific, these 2h sessions will introduce you to a variety?of Sacred Geometric concepts. Drawings will be accompanied by knowledge and Accelerated Learning Methods.
If you would like to book a facilitator or arrange a program, please get in touch!
Art & Design
Get into the Art!
These simple Kids workshops offer a fun and interactive experience that teaches the fundamental terminologies used in Sacred Geometry. They are focussed on drawing, storytelling and involve developing a montage of different scenes and characters.
Discover the secrets behind these mesmerising designs. In these sessions, we focus on the development of tapestries derived from the triangle, square and hexagon. We explore how the division of these basic shapes define patterns that tesselate to produce fabulous optical effects.
13 Sacred Numbers
These workshops focus on compass technique and guiding participants through fundamental shapes created from a line. Beginner’s sessions range from numbers 1 to 6, with more advanced workshops covering higher numbers, 7 to 13.
Meditative and Spiritual
The Eye of God
It is a spiritual metaphor, that the Universe is created and destroyed within the blink of an eye. Even at the foundations of reality, Science reveals that the atomic fabric is fluttering in and out of existence. In this workshop, we explore the boundaries of the Universe and build a picture of our beautiful world within the cosmos.
Meditation and chanting of mantras are often accompanied by the creation of various geometric forms, called Yantra. In these workshops, we aim to produce simple Mandalas to aid in meditation and creative visualisation. We explore the relationship to colour opposites and explain the flashing colours technique.
In Hindu belief, Lord Vishnu has the Dharma Wheel spinning on his finger, whereas his consort, Laxmi it represented by the eight-pointed star. In this workshop we explore the nature of the Cross and the Square, covering concepts such as the Dharma Wheel, the Swastika, the Star of Laxmi and the Law of Karma.
The Seed of Life
One of the most famous Sacred Geometric symbols is the Seed of Life, some also call the blueprint of creation. The first chapter of the Old Testament, Genesis, describes 7 days of creation, where on the last day, God rested. When we draw the Seed of Life, the Mandala becomes complete after the 7th circle, forming a larger one, twice the size. What can these and other similarities reveal about the most famous religious story of all time?
The Flower of Life
The concept of manifest and non-manifest lies at the heart of Buddhist and Hindu philosophy. In this session, we explore this idea as we draw the Seed and Flower of Life. These intriguing symbols can be found carved into the ruins of the ancient civilisations across the world.
The Metatron?s Cube
Upon a backdrop of perfectly interconnected circles, we can produce 13 whole circles, called the Fruit of Life. By connecting all?centre points together we can define the blueprint of all 5 Platonic Solids. These are the only regular solids in existence. But what other secrets?does this image hold?
The Aetheric Cell
A hexagonal cell produced by the Seed of Life forms an infinite 2D tapestry. In this Mandala we explore its significance of boundaries that divide our reality into distinct objects. From the cells of our skin to DNA, Life manifests itself at different scales. By exploring the nature of these boundaries we can gain a clearer understanding of the cosmos and our place within it.
Scientific & Technical
The Patterns of the Solar System
These sets of workshops present Mandalas that accurately describe the relationships between planets when we take their mean orbits into account. Find out how the Seal of Mercury is related to music and the Seal of Jupiter to Matter.
The Squaring of the Circle
The ancient minds considered the circle to be divine and the straight line to be Earth. By finding a solution to the mathematical problem of squaring the circle they believed that the marriage between heaven and earth is expressed. In this workshop, we will explore this riddle through Leonardo DaVinci’s Vitruvian Man and its relationship between the Moon and Earth.
The 5 Platonic Solids
Named after the Greek Philosopher Plato, the 5 Platonic Solids are found to be the only regular solids in existence. In this workshop, we will create them in 2D and 3D. As they nest perfectly in 3 spheres, this shows interesting insights to the nature of reality.
This intensive workshop focuses on the structure of the Electron Cloud in the Atom. By creating a variety of Platonic and Archimedean Solids, we can relate each to a specific shell and orbital type. A fun and interactive way to explore the Periodic Table of Elements. Suitable for those who are curious about physics and chemistry.
The Geometry of Ecology
Biological life on earth is sustained by 5 ecological cycles. These allow life to create water, proteins, carbon structures, and even our DNA. This workshop explores their relationship by creating different forms that compose the molecular geometry of the elements found in each cycle. Through this, we can begin to fully appreciate the deep interconnectedness of ourselves and the world in which we live.
Fibonacci Spirals & Phi
Many natural patterns embody the Fibonacci sequence, for example in the growth of plants or the arrangement of flower leaves. These numbers converge on Phi (Φ), the Golden Ratio. In this workshop, we create Fibonacci Spirals and explore its relationship to nature.
According to Vedic mathematics, 9 numbers define the cosmos. Placed around a circle, this produces an algorithm that loops?infinitely on itself. The Sufis?used this methodology to define the Enneagram, a powerful tool for personal and collective transformation. But what other secrets can be found within this pattern?