Assistant Teachers’ 1st Term Course (16 lessons)

I love ikebana and want everyone to be able to enjoy the ancient Japanese art of flower arranging. But depending on where you live, you may not be able to take lessons with a certified teacher. Sometimes you can find books on ikebana in your local library or look at pictures on the Internet. But, there is only so much you can learn from reading and looking at pictures that are flat.

I want to help you on your ikebana journey, so I have created some Internet Ikebana Lessons that you can watch from the comfort of your own home. With this special Assistant Teachers’ 1st Term Course, you will receive ALL 16 VIDOES OF THE COURSE AT THE SAME TIME. You will have instant access to all the videos and can work at your own pace with the lessons to complete the course.

The Assistant Teachers’ 1st Term Course uses a variety of materials and different containers – all are examples of what you can do. Some of the lessons are a review of arrangement learned in the Advanced Course, but new forms and styles are also introduced, like arrangements in vases and the basics of Moribana. The foundation you gained from the earlier lessons will be built upon in this course, letting you create beautiful and unique arrangements that show off the beauty of the materials.

I use easy to understand step-by-step instructions that will enable you to create a piece of living art no matter where you live. I will help guide you through the lessons and tell you the reasoning behind the cuts and placements of the different stems within the arrangement. By following along, you, too, can create something beautiful to add to the space in which you live. You can create an authentic ikebana arrangement.

The videos are in HD and can be accessed through the site. You can watch them as many times as you would like to gain a deeper understanding of the aesthetic of ikebana. (Sorry, but you won’t be able to download them.) With repeated practice, you will start to understand the rules and guidelines of the different forms and styles that are presented in the videos.

Watching the process and following along will give you a greater understanding than books and pictures alone can convey. You can see the careful and thoughtful way each arrangement is made. You can see the way materials are placed in the container. You can see and understand the importance of each stem that is placed in the arrangement. You can understand the “why.” All of this, and you can create an ikebana arrangement, too.

Register below and let your ikebana journey begin!

Click below to see the list of video lessons
and the materials that will be used for each one.

Assistant Teachers’1st Term Course
Lesson 25
Lesson 26
Lesson 27
Lesson 28
Lesson 29
Lesson 30
Lesson 31
Lesson 32
Lesson 33
Lesson 34
Lesson 35
Lesson 36
Lesson 37
Lesson 38
Lesson 39
Lesson 40

How to register and subscribe for the video lessons


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Ikebana Online Lesson

Ikebana is the ancient Japanese art of flower arrangement

The practice of ikebana can also be a meditative process

The time spent in communication with the materials in ikebana provides a respite from today’s stressful and busy lives

Ikebana is different from Western floral arrangements in its use of empty space and asymmetrical forms
Please have lots of fun in ikebana