Workshops - dance, kanzashi and origami
Enjoy more interactive experience of Japanese esthetics with different workshops for adult and kid audience.
Learn basics of Japanese dance in Bon odori style. As a part of interactive short workshop at your party or a full choreography of Basara and Kagimata Mai style dance for non professional dancers in a hour long dance workshop.
Japanese dance workshops can be part of any social event, teambuilding, party or family day, birthday party. Enjoying Japanese culture thru movement will bring fun and excitement for your guests, friends or colleagues. Dance workshops are possible for adult and child audience.
For booking a dance workshop please contact us here.
Learn the Japanese art of paper folding. Origami making is fun way how to entertain yourself or your guests at events and parties. Origami can be customized for each particular theme as needed. Is it a Japanese theme event or a pirate party? Ajna will prepare theme origami for each topic. Boats or ninja props, animals, sea creatures, birds or customized for your company logo or product.
Origami is perfect as invitations, place settings, decorative pieces, and much more. Each piece is a unique work of art. Workshops of origami are possible for adults and children.
For more information and the variety of presentations please contact us here.
Learn how to make your own traditional Japanese hair accessories from kimono fabrics - Kanzashi.
Kanzashi are hair ornaments used in traditional and modern Japanese hairstyles that are often made from folding fabrics into different ornamental shapes, including flowers and leaves. Learn how to make your own traditional kanzashi accessories from fabrics to be worn not just in your hair, but as brooches, necklaces or ear rings.
Kanzashi workshops are for adult audience and chidren 12 years and up. For more information and the variety of presentations please contact us here.
ABOUT THE TEACHER
Ajna Kenning is a dancer and performance artist. Because of her need for hard to find props, costumes, and accessories to enhance her performances, she began making them herself. Soon, she was getting requests from other performers to create items for them. As the word spread, Ajna found herself devoting more and more time to her growing business.
Her clients now include numerous performance artists and dance troupes, as well as businesses and individuals.