Pottery Clay Therapy Workshops

Duration: Three separate days: 10am - 1pm

Price: £130

Run by: Angela Webb
at Tribe Creations Pottery


The Lakeside Centre (Entrance A)
180 Lifford Lane
Kings Norton
West Midlands
B30 3NU

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About the Course

Discover the therapeutic benefits of Pottery - Pottery is a powerful artistic avenue that can be a deeply beneficial modality. Working with clay allows a unique form of escapism; it's a natural outlet, so you can relax, empty your mind and experience the moment.

In today's fast-paced society, experimenting with clay benefits both one's physical and mental health - the benefits of pottery are widespread. Working with clay can help alleviate anxiety, depression, and stress. The malleability of clay also naturally integrates the mind-body connection providing grounding and stability.

No matter your skill, working with clay has many positive effects, and one-to-one workshops enable you to unleash your creativity and open the way to inner contentment. Your spirit will go "ahh"...

If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.

What's included in the price?

Pottery Therapy Workshops are run over three separate days to suit you: two for clay work and one for glazing. Times: 10am - 1pm

One-to-one personal tuition | Wheel throwing and/or hand building | Includes clay, glaze, material use, studio use, and kiln firing | Days to suit you (week/weekends) | Tailor-made to you | Ages 18+ | Keep your creations

Clay work is based on mindfulness: body, feelings, mind, and nature of experience. A set project will be given unless otherwise requested. Flexible payment terms also offered upon request: £50 first session, £40 second session, and £40 last session totalling £130.

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Course Start Dates

Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.

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