Henna workshops at The Shrewsbury Coffeehouse

Local henna artist, Hennacat (Catharine Hinton – that’s me!), recently seen on screen teaching Rhod Gilbert the skill of henna art for the BBC2 series ‘Work experience’, will be holding a series of workshops at The Shrewsbury Coffeehouse (opposite the station at 5 Castle Gates, Shrewsbury).  FTXDHWVRXD6E

Henna has been used for thousands of years by many countries and cultures to celebrate and adorn the body. A traditional remedy for skin conditions and  cooling the body in hot weather, henna is also a fascinating and beautiful way to decorate the skin. Henna can be used to celebrate significant events such as marriage or to enhance your body for festivals or parties.

These two workshops will teach you how to create beautiful henna designs on yourself and other people. With Diwali (Oct 26) coming up you will also learn about some of the cultural traditions of henna.

3rd October 2011

6.30pm – 9.30pm (£23.00 includes FREE henna kit to take home) Focus on Indian

and traditional patterns
10th October

6.30pm – 9.30pm (£23.00 includes FREE henna kit to take home) Focus on North

African and contemporary western patterns


Special offer – Book both workshops for £36! Saving £10 on the full cost!

Numbers are strictly limited to 10 per workshop so book early!

To book your place please contact Catharine Hinton by email yogaspirituk@gmail.com

or by phoning / texting 07970 795583

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One Response to Henna workshops at The Shrewsbury Coffeehouse

  1. alysontyler says:

    Hi Catharine – great idea! I would have loved to have come but can’t make it on Monday evenings being so far away! Good luck with it.
    Alyson#@

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