Rosehill Adult Education

Auckland, Online
All year round

A lovely range of learning opportunities

Have you always wanted to learn the art of raranga and weave flax? Learn the basics and the tikanga around flax weaving with a Harakeke course. An introductory class to drawing using pencil, charcoal, soft pastels and ink. A tutor will work from the beginning giving advice, sharing ideas and tips to developing a confidence in art you never knew you had. Slow yoga for all levels and abilities. Exercises, breathing techniques and deep relaxation to enhance your life and help bring out inner potential. Yoga leads to improvement in concentration, techniques for reducing stress and anxiety and improvements in sleep. Bring a mat or rug. Please enrol early as classes book out well in advance and are limited to 20.


Free and cost

For more info visit:

Rosehill Adult Education


Rosehill College Community Education Adult Learning Centre
72A Rosehill Drive


09 636 9060

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