Sat, Aug 19|
Zen Heart Center
Henna Mandala Workshop
Explore the oldest and most revered form of body art.
Time & Location
Aug 19, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Zen Heart Center, Back of Logsdon Building, 10127 Main Pl Suite B, Bothell, WA 98011, USA
About the event
Indulge your senses and embark on a journey into the world of Henna art with Henna artist Angana Sinha. Join us for an afternoon of creativity and self-expression as we explore the oldest and most revered form of body art.
Under Angana’s guidance, you'll discover the mesmerizing techniques of crafting your own Henna mandalas. With all the necessary tools provided, you'll delve into the world of Henna, unveiling its profound beauty and significance.
Join Angana and fellow enthusiasts in starting your Henna journey and learn this beautiful, sacred art. You’ll gain knowledge on creating simple Henna designs, Henna cones, and take-home practice sheets to further hone your newfound skills. You'll receive an exclusive discount code for future experiences, ensuring your Henna journey continues after the workshop ends.
As you immerse yourself in the artistry of mandalas, you'll experience a sense of tranquility and deep relaxation. The rhythmic repetition of patterns has a meditative quality, allowing your mind to unwind and find solace in the creative process. Angana's unique incorporation of gratitude exercises enhances the mindful journey, elevating your experience to a meaningful and transformative level.
No experience necessary. Ages 10+.
$66 per person include all supplies, instruction and support.
About the facilitator
Angana Sinha was born in Mumbai, India and that is also where she grew up. Spirituality and art have been a huge part of her since childhood. She was exposed to Raj Yoga meditation at the age of 7 and from there went on to learn many different healing modalities throughout her life. It was also during this time that she discovered the joy of henna. She found the experience of painting beautiful patterns on people’s hands very therapeutic and her natural talent landed me many gigs at weddings and social events as a Henna artist.
She also practiced hypnotherapy and consulted companies for behavioral training until 2012 before she moved to the US.
As life happened, she got sucked into corporate America (worked in various talent acquisition roles for 8 years), raised a child and acclimatized to a new country (that she now calls home). She says she had in some ways forgotten what brought joy to her. It was during this time that she rediscovered her connection to Henna. This inspired her to start Henna For Fun where she teaches Henna and also brings awareness to this ancient form of art.