Updated: Apr 16
Ikebana looks cool ! I would like to master it, but how do I start?
There are many ways to learn Ikebana. Here is the easy steps to follow to master in a short amount of the time!
Here’s the steps
Find the best Ikebana style for you.
Find a suitable teacher or school for you.
Set a goal and practise.
Step One: Look for your ideal style
The most important thing is knowing what style of a Ikebana looks good to you. There are so many different styles and schools how they present the importance of the design varies.
Step Two: Find the ideal teacher or school
Learning from the best will help you to master Ikebana faster. A good teacher will help you clearly visualise your design goals.
Step Three: Set a Goal and Practise
The amount of time it takes to master Ikebana will depend on your goal.
If you want to create beautiful floral art as a hobby, it will take one to two years with fortnightly lessons.
To become an Ikebana teacher, you will need to allow a minimum of four years.
These three steps will help you to master Ikebana and enjoy your Ikebana life in the most effective way.