Mini-Class Schedule & Registration

Online Registration for Mini Classes is now closed

You may still register for a mini class that has openings with Mary at the Madrona Retreat Registration table up to 24 hours before the start of the class.   

Check below to see which classes have openings.

We are thrilled with our line up of 29 Mini Classes this year. You’ll find classes with Amy Herzog, Cat Bordhi, Nancy Marchant, Nancy Bush, Jillian Moreno, Mary Scott Huff, Bill Jones, Deborah Jarchow, Karen Alfke, Janine Bajus, Debbi Stone and many more! Check them all out on the schedule below.

Mini Class registration is totally separate from regular class registration so please READ all the information and instructions below.

  • Mini Class registration is totally separate from the regular class registration. If you have registered for regular classes, be sure not to double book yourself. Each person must register separately.
  • Registration for Mini Classes will open Wednesday morning PST on January 20, 2016. When registration opens you can click on the big red button at the bottom of this page, following the class schedule. You will be linked to the Mini Class registration pages.
  • If you are registering for another person be sure to have all of their contact information. You must register the person using their email address, and their own name, address and phone number. Every person taking classes must be registered separately. One registration per person. You may use your credit card to pay for the person you are registering as long as you enter your own billing address and card number at check out.
  • Mini Classes are about 1 hour and 20 minutes of instructional time. Be on time for your session so you don’t miss anything or disrupt these short classes after they begin! Be sure to leave plenty of time to park and check in at the retreat registration table when you arrive at the hotel to get your name tag and registration packet. Locations for the mini classes are in your registration packet and on posters at the hotel.
  • For teacher information click on each teacher’s name in the schedule.
  • Supply lists and homework, if any, are listed in the class description. You will not receive separate information about supplies or homework.
  • Each Mini class (90 minutes in length) costs $65. A few classes also have materials fees which will be included with the class fee that you pay. Payment is by credit card only. We take Visa, Master Card, and Discover Card.
  • No Refunds or wait lists. There are 10 spaces in most classes. If you find you cannot attend after you register, you may give or sell your space to another. But you MUST let us know who will be taking your place at least 24 hours before class. Call Lisa Kobeck at 425-984-4302 or email her at lkobeck@yahoo.com.
  • Online registration for all the classes on this class schedule will close Tuesday February 9th before the retreat begins but we will accept registrations for available classes listed in this mini class schedule only (no regular classes) at the retreat registration table in the Hotel Murano.

REMEMBER: There are concurrent mini classes during most time periods. Be careful not to register for more than one class in each time period or double book yourself with any regular classes you have already registered for.

TO REGISTER: Click on the red button on the bottom of this page following the Mini Class Schedule after registration opens Wednesday Morning PST on January 20, 2016.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11

TEACHER/CLASS

Thursday Morning
Session 1
9:00 - 10:30
Teacher: Pamela Grossman

Fox Paws Foundations
Have you gazed in wonder at Xandy Peters' mind-bending designs? Maybe you've thought, "How could I ever do something that complex and fancy?" Perhaps you've agonized, "I'm a fabulous knitter, why is Fox Paws so hard for me?" Help is at hand! Pamela undertook an in-depth study of the pattern, devising tips and strategies to help knitters truly understand the compelling and tricky stacked increases and decreases. She collaborated with Xandy while developing her workshop plan that she has been teaching at Serial Knitters in Kirkland. You will practice stacked increases and decreases, do an exploratory swatch and practice a mini-project. Pamela will share her "Fox Paws cheat sheet" an unofficial guide to parsing the pattern and remaining calm, video playlist and other resources. There will not be time to do an in-depth study of Xandy's pattern but Pamela will be in the Rotunda all afternoon on Thursday to help knitters troubleshoot their Fox Paws knits and answer questions.

Experience: Adventurous advanced beginners who know how to cast on, knitting and purling, increasing, decreasing and binding off.

Supplies:
  • Your own printed copy the Fox Paws Pattern
  • Medium weight (DK, sport or worsted) bouncy scrap yarn. Pick something with some stretch to it. It’s nice to have a few colors for experimenting. Weight doesn’t matter, just pick something that is comfortable for you.
  • Needles to match your yarn choice (size 7 or 8 or whatever you use for Medium weight yarns). You may want to bring a few sizes to see what works best. Circulars are suggested because of the flexible cable. Wood needles can be tricky for this project because there is a lot of stress on the needles and some have broken.
  • Usual knitting notions
  • Optional: internet connected tablet or phone.

Homework: Cast on 25 stitches with a medium weight yarn and matching needles. Knit 2 rows garter stitch. Leave on needles and bring to class.

Location: Hospitality Suite #403
Thursday Morning
Session 2
9:00 - 10:30
Teacher: Mary Scott Huff

Make a New Knitter
"Can you teach me how to knit?" Eventually ever knitter hears that question. After this class with Mary, you'll be able to answer With a resounding"Yes!" Even though you can knit, sharing your skills with a brand new knitter can be challenging. In this 90 minute workshop, we'll cover how to demonstrate casting on, knitting, purling and binding off for beginners. Based on Mary's latest book The Creative Kids Guide to Knitting, this session will prepare you to teach a new knitter of any age. You'll be making new knitters everywhere you go!

Experience: For everyone who knows how to knit!

Supplies: Size 7-8 needles and a smooth, worsted-weight wool yarn

Location: Camaretta in the Hotel
Thursday Morning
Session 3
10:30 - 12:00
CLOSED

Teacher: Carson Demers

KnitteRx
Most of us take better care of our favorite stash fiber than the fibers that allow us to knit -- our bodies! Tired muscles, sore joints and aching backs and necks plague too many knitters. This class will teach you fun ways to care for your body's "fiber". Don't let the preventable keep you from doing what you love. Knit on, safely and comfortably.

Experience: No experience necessary.

Supplies: Bring along your knitting and materials to take notes.

Location: Camaretta in the Hotel
Thursday Morning
Session 4
10:30 - 12:00
Teacher: Bill Jones

Put Some Stretch Back into Your Ribbing
Do you have sweaters with stretched out ribbing? Do you wish your cuffs were a bit tighter? As a professor of Costume Design, Bill has developed a trick for adding elastic thread to ribbing. He’ll teach you with the special template he developed to add many rows of elastic to the tops of socks and stockings, and to the bottom ribbing and cuffs of sweaters.

Experience: Everyone welcome.

Supplies: Bring a sweater to class and we'll easily add elastic thread to revive the stretch!

Materials Fee: $7.50 - Bill supplies elastic thread, a needle, and a special plastic template.

Location: Hospitality Suite #403
Thursday Afternoon
Session 5
1:30 - 3:00
Teacher: Nancy Bush

Understanding the Estonian Nupp
There is fascination surrounding the Estonian lace technique of the nupp (bud or button in Estonian). In this class, you will learn how to make the perfect nupp, how to correct problems with them and how to troubleshoot when making them. You will have a whole new appreciation of the nupp upon completion of this class!

Experience: Some experience knitting lace and reading lace charts

Supplies: One skein of solid, light colored fingering weight wool yarn plus a set of 10" single point needles size 3 (3.25mm)

Location: Hospitality Suite #403
Thursday Afternoon
Session 6
1:30 - 3:00
Teacher: Cat Bordhi

Developing, Writing, and Publishing
Since 2005 Cat has worked with dozens of Visionary Retreat knit designers as they incubated and slowly birthed their knitting books. "In all these years there remains one thing I always caution any eager author-designer to internalize as a true north compass point." In this class, Cat will share her secrets to success as well as the key tools and elements for delivering inspiring and functional layout and design, maximize clarity and consistency, choosing and collaborating most effectively with a tech editor, how to use a theme to create a coherent vision, and managing the overwhelming array of shifting elements as your book evolves. Cat also tackles decisions about deadlines, whether to publish in print or digitally and to know when you are done!

Experience: This class is of interest to anyone who has thought about publishing whether it be a knit design, a collection of designs or a book.

Supplies: Paper and pencil (or digital device) for taking notes or pondering possibilities.

Location: Camaretta in the Hotel
Thursday Afternoon
Session 7
3:00 - 4:30
CLOSED

Teacher: Michele Lee Bernstein

How to Block Your Knitting: It's Magic!
Learn the basics of why, when, and how to block your knits. We'll discuss wet blocking and steam blocking and have a hands-on blocking demonstration with volunteer participation. You will be amazed at the difference blocking makes!

Experience: Everyone welcome.

Supplies: Paper and pencil for note taking

Location: Hospitality Suite #403
Thursday Afternoon
Session 8
3:00 - 4:30
CLOSED

Teacher: Cat Bordhi

Felfs – Infinite Felted Footwear
"Felfs" is Cat's invented word for this diverse family of felted footwear inspired by an old European tradition. Knit flat in garter stitch in shapes from utterly simple to more complex, Felfs are mysteriously compelling to knit and wear. Cat will explore the Felfs in her digital book The Art of Felfs: Felted Footwear for Families and she will share some designs that beg the question "What else is possible?" You'll use the simplest Felf as a foundation and try it out for yourself. *Cat donates all sales of her digital book on Felfs to the cancer research lab of Dr. David Krag at the University of Vermont Medical School.

Experience: Must be able, without supervision, to cast on and bind off, knit 2 stitches together, pick up and restore a dropped stitch and be curious and eager to learn new things.

Supplies: Usual knitting notions, DK or heavier weight feltable yarn (non-superwash wool or alpaca) and straight or circular needles that will give you a looser-than-usual gauge with the yarn you are bringing.

Location: Camaretta in the Hotel

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12

TEACHER/CLASS

Friday Morning
Session 1
9:00 - 10:30
Teacher: Linda Gettmann

Kumihimo Braiding
Learn the art of making Kumihimo woven fiber braids and the endless possibilities for beautiful fiber creations. You will make an 8 strand braid on the Kumihimo disk and then use that braid to make a key ring. Students will learn how to make round and flat braids in class. A demonstration of seed beaded braids will be given. Those novelty yarns you’ve got in your stash and don’t know what to do with – they may be perfect for Kumihimo.

Experience: No experience necessary

Supplies and Homework: Bring scissors

Materials Fee: $15 for Kumihimo disk kit and yarns. If you already have a Kumihimo disk let Suzanne know and you will receive a refund for the kit.

Location: Hospitality Suite #403
Friday Morning
Session 2
9:00 - 10:30
Teacher: Deborah Jarchow

Rigid Heddle Warping and Weaving Demonstration
Have you wondered what all the excitement is about weaving? Have you heard that warping the loom is difficult and complicated? During this demonstration you will see just how easy it is to set up a rigid heddle loom and begin weaving! With very little experience, you can easily weave beautiful fabric for scarves, bags, pillows and so much more. Deborah will share many resources to help you get started. Come see examples, how it is done and let yourself learn about a new way to use your yarn.

Experience: Everyone welcome

Supplies: No supplies or loom needed

Location: Camaretta in the Hotel
Friday Morning
Session 3
10:30 - 12:00
CLOSED

Teacher: Janine Bajus

Invisible Stranding Techniques: New Ways to Handle Long Yarn Carries in Colorwork
What if your stranded pattern has a broad area of very long carries and you don't want the carried color to peek through to the front of your fabric? Suppose you want to knit an isolated motif but don't want to use Intarsia? "Invisible Stranding" solves these problems by creating an as-needed area of double knitting, opening up a world of motifs that were previously unworkable in stranded color work. This technique is especially valuable if you want to interrupt regular patterning with a large motif. In this class, you will work up a simple sample to learn how this technique works.

Experience: Experience with Stranded Knitting

Supplies:
1. Two colors of the same weight of yarn (fingering, DK, worsted). One color very light and the other very dark. Bring 50-75 yards of each color.
2. Circular needles 24”-32” in length and appropriate size for the yarn you are bringing.

Location: Hospitality Suite #403
Friday Morning
Session 4
10:30 - 12:00
CLOSED

Teacher: Ilisha Helfman

More Glorious Buttons using Ribbons and Sock Yarns
More button styles to make from Ilisha's creative mind! In this class you will make several different button styles by combining beautiful floral ribbons with sock and lace weight yarns to match your projects. Lasered button parts, wooden button molds, beads and buttons-to-cover will be some of the elements that we will incorporate with your yarns and threads to make glorious accent pieces.

Experience: Everyone welcome.

Supplies: Bring sock and/or lace weight yarns along with scissors, sewing needles, and a small tapestry needle.

Materials Fee: $20 for the kit with button forms to make 4 different button styles including ribbons and a large-eyed handy darning needle and source sheet. A range of yarns will be available to supplement those you bring.

Location: Camaretta in the Hotel
Friday Morning
Session 5
10:30 - 12:00
CLOSED

Teacher: Mary Adams

Fiber Hobby to a Business: What Does it Take?
"Build it and they will come." Only in the movies is it simple! There are lots of resources to do the administrative set-up but, without a customer, you don't have a business. Understanding marketing strategy and execution will enable you to target customers for a profitable business. Join Mary, long a devotee of Madrona and an expert in business planning and marketing from Denver, and discuss the most important elements to ensure business success. This class is a small group of 7 students. You will fill in a workbook during class that forms the basis of your business and marketing plan. Also included as part of your class fee is a private 30 minute session with Mary – either in person at Madrona or by phone at a later date.

Experience: Anyone with an interest in beginning a business.

Supplies: Bring your ideas, paper/pen/devices to take notes on paper or electronically.

Homework: Prior to class, send Mary an email with a description of your intended business to: mary@SageAdviceMarketing.com
This will help Mary tailor the class to the participants.

Location: Studiolo 2 on Hotel 4th floor near elevators
Friday Afternoon
Session 6
1:30 - 3:00

CLOSED

Teacher: Nancy Marchant

One-color Brioche Knitting
For this workshop, we will start with the Italian Cast On and continue by working the brioche stitch using one-color. This class is a great introduction to the fascinating knitting world of brioche.

Experience: Ability to cast on, knit, and purl.

Supplies: Worsted or DK weight plain wool or cotton yarn, 4mm (US 6) needles

Location: Hospitality Suite #403
Friday Afternoon
Session 7
3:00 - 4:30
Teacher: Nancy Marchant

Two-color Brioche Knitting
In this workshop, we will learn the two-color brioche stitch, starting with the two-color Italian Cast On. Lots of samples will be shown and ideas for using this stitch will be discussed.

Experience: You need to understand one-color brioche knitting before attempting this class.

Supplies: At least 2 colors of worsted or DK weight plain wool or cotton yarn, circular or double-pointed 4mm (US 6) needles

Location: Hospitality Suite #403
Friday Afternoon
Session 8
3:00 - 4:30
CLOSED

Teacher: Sarah Anderson

Twist: Making the Plied Yarn you Want
Twist, that mysterious thing that holds our fiber together and makes it yarn is a great thing to understand. In this mini class, you'll learn about the many facets of twist and how much (or how little) to put into your yarn to get it "just right".

Experience: Students should be comfortable with and able to spin continuous singles with their wheel or spindle.

Supplies: Spinning wheel, spindle or e-spinner in working condition and 3 bobbins (or a spindle).

Materials Fee: $6 for fiber to be used in class

Location: Upper Rotunda in the Pavilion

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13

TEACHER/CLASS

Saturday Morning
Session 1
9:00 - 10:30
Teacher: Amy Herzog

Sweater Finishing Techniques
Does the thought of seaming sweater pieces together fill you with dread and make you vow to knit socks forevermore? Overcome your reluctance ad learn how to create professional-looking garments with this mini-class focused explicitly on seaming a sweater. We'll cover the basic mattress stitch using your homework swatches and the dreaded sleeve cap will be demonstrated. By the time you leave class you'll be putting your sweaters together with confidence.

Experience: Advanced beginner and up – the knitter should be interested in tackling a seamed sweater and ready to try new techniques, but does not need to have completed one.

Supplies and Homework: Bring 2 blocked swatches (see homework) and similar yarn to that used for your swatches but in a different color. You will also need a tapestry needle and scissors.

Homework:
Please make TWO identical swatches using the same instructions. Block both of your swatches and bring to class.
  • With light-colored, non-fuzzy worsted or aran weight yarn and appropriately sized needles, cast on 30 stitches. Work 5 rows in garter stitch. Then, work 4'' / 10 cm in Stockinette Stitch, keeping the ?rst and last stitch in Garter. Bind off all stitches.

Location: Hospitality Suite #403
Saturday Morning
Session 2
9:00 - 10:30
Teacher: Anne Berk

Zippers and Buttonholes
We will de-mystify the process of the perfect installation of zippers into hand-knits. Also create buttonholes worked into the fabric or added to an existing edge with the i-cord bind-off technique.

Experience: All levels – knit, purl, and basic skills using needle and thread.

Supplies and Homework Swatches:
  1. Projects that are ready for zippers are welcome. Bring supplies suitable for those projects.

  2. Bring a 4” – 7” zipper or length appropriate for your project.
  3. If no project is ready, knit and bring to class 2 swatches at least 3” wide and the same length as the zipper you bring.
  4. For buttonhole practice: knit another swatch 4” square.

Bring extra swatch yarn, knitting needles 2-3 sizes smaller than used for swatch (DPNs or short knitting needles are recommended), sewing needle, buttonhole thread which matches the swatch yarn, sewing thread in a contrasting color for basting, sewing pins, scissors and at least one button.

Location: Camaretta in the Hotel
Saturday Morning
Session 3
10:30-12:00
Teacher: Nancy Bush

Attaching the Edge of a Traditional Haapsalu Shawl or Scarf
In this lecture and demonstration class, learn the details of how to sew the knitted edge on a traditional Haapsalu shawl or scarf to the completed center. You will gain a good working knowledge of how to finish one of the lovely traditional Haapsalu lace shawls or scarves.

Experience: Some experience knitting lace

Supplies: Pencil and paper for taking notes. Questions and unfinished projects are welcome!

Location: Camaretta in the Hotel
Saturday Morning
Session 4
10:30 - 12:00
CLOSED
Teacher: Bill Jones

Stabilize Your Knitting
Stabilizing and cutting your knitting: It's more than just Steeks! A demonstration of techniques for inserting diagonal pockets, adding a welt, easily create a bound buttonhole in a knitted garment using knits or silk, re-shaping armscyes and much more. Bill will show you how to use fusible knitted interfacings to stabilize your knitting. We will cover fusing techniques, sewing techniques and ways to "save" incorrect knitting rather than ripping out. Bill's creative and practical techniques become a design tool for every knitted fabric.

Experience: Everyone welcome

Supplies: None – Bill will provide a kit

Materials Fee: $5 for kit

Location: Hospitality Suite #403
Saturday Morning
Session 5
10:30 - 12:00
Teacher: Amelia Garripoli

Designing Colorful Blends – Stripes to Monet
Blending on a board, with hand cards or a drum carder gives us the opportunity to design yarns that stripe, marl, or surprise. In this workshop we play with color placement and design to make unique and colorful rolags.

Experience: No experience necessary.

Supplies: If you already own it -- bring hand cards, blending board or a drum carder (just one not all three). Amelia will have hand cards and drum carders and blending boards to share.

Materials Fee: $8 for fiber to blend in class

Location: Upper Rotunda in the Pavilion
Saturday Afternoon
Session 6
1:30 - 3:00
Teacher: Jillian Moreno

A Spinner's Compass: Measuring your Yarn
Do you want to spin for a big project and aren't sure if your yarn will match all the way through? Are you not sure how to measure or what the measurements tell you? Do you have an end yarn in mind but aren't sure how to get there? Get to know every aspect of your spun yarn in this class. We will discuss measuring and measuring tools using your own handspun. You will learn about twist angle, grist, when to measure, how to measure, how to evaluate your yarn against the yarn you want to make, and how to determine the changes to make to get the yarn you want! Jillian will spend time measuring your own yarn to each other's yarn and will demonstrate making small changes at the wheel that will affect your yarn. No spinning wheels needed!

Experience: All levels of spinners

Supplies: No spinning wheels needed. Bring 2-3 skeins of your handspun that are different weights and any small measuring tools you have and use. Jillian has some to borrow. Bring materials for note taking and, if you'd like, a yarn you love and would like to duplicate.

Location: Camaretta in the Hotel
Saturday Afternoon
Session 7
1:30 - 3:00
Teacher: Debbi Stone

Social Media for Fiber Artists
Come find out how to get the most out of social media for your knitting, spinning and other crafts. We’ll cover Pinterest, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook etc. You'd be surprised how helpful these social media sites can be! Stay up-to-date on all the things going on and keep track of new projects you’d like to make in the future!

Experience: Students should know how to navigate the internet.

Supplies: Paper and pencil for note taking. Please bring an internet enabled device that you know how to use to access the internet like iPad, smartphone, laptop or notebook.

Location: Hospitality Suite #403
Saturday Afternoon
Session 8
3:00 - 4:30

CLOSED

Teacher: Sivia Harding

Hooked on Beads
Hooking beads is a fun and spontaneous way to add beads to your knitting without pre-stringing your working yarn. Discover some of the many embellishment possibilities that you can accomplish with this technique.

Experience: Ability to cast on, knit, and purl.

Supplies: US 14 crochet hook (available at Carolina Homespun – order ahead or buy in the marketplace. Extras will be provided in class), 30 yards stash worsted weight or finer yarn, size 8/0 or 6/0 beads (extras available in class).

Location: Hospitality Suite #403
Saturday Afternoon
Session 9
3:00 - 4:30
CLOSED

Teacher: Karen Aho

Continental Knitting
To pick or throw? Knit English or European style? It all refers to methods of holding your yarn. Continental knitting is the technique of holding the yarn in your left hand and "picking" it through the stitches. Come learn this method of knitting that has less movement, more efficiency and less stress on your fingers and wrist.

Experience: Beginner and up

Supplies: Smooth worsted weight wool yarn in a solid light or medium color. US 8 or 9 needles. Note taking supplies.

Location: Camaretta in the Hotel

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14

TEACHER/CLASS

Sunday Morning
Session 1
9:00 - 10:30
Teacher: Karen Alfke

The Wonders of Linen Stitch
What would you give for a stitch pattern that has a beautiful wrong side and gorgeous right side, lays flat and square, and prevents hand-painted yarns from pooling? That's "woven knitting" with the Linen Stitch! With just 2 rows and a two stitch repeat, it's easy to work, but the effect is stunning. Knit it tight and it's perfect for bags; knit it open and lacy for amazing scarves and shawls. Learn the basics of Linen Stitch and its relative, Tweed Stitch, then play with needle sizes to see what different kinds of half-knitted, half-woven fabrics you can make!

Experience: Basic knitting skills

Supplies:
  1. Partial skeins worsted weight yarn in two solid but contrasting colors
  2. Partial skein of a DK or worsted weight variegated or hand-painted yarn
  3. Bring 3 sets of needles: US #5 (3.75mm) AND #8 (5mm) AND #13 (9mm). Any length circulars or straight but no dpns as they are too short
  4. Also bring a crochet hook size US G (4.5 mm)

Location: Hospitality Suite #403
Sunday Morning
Session 2
9:00 - 10:30
Teacher: Mary Scott Huff

2 Strings = Not Scary (A Stranded Colorwork How-To)
Always wanted to try the beautiful technique of stranded colorwork, but scared to try it on your own? Let Mary show you the way! In this mini-class, we'll debunk some misconceptions about the technique that might make learning it seem hard. Then we'll jump right in and get stranded, together!

Experience: Strong beginner; some experience with circular knitting on DPN, Magic Loop, or 2 Circulars.

Supplies: 1 skein each, smooth, 100% wool yarn in 2 contrasting colors (no black, please) in DK or Sport weight , with DPN, long circular or 2 matching circular needles to swatch; note-taking supplies.

Location: Camaretta in the Hotel
Sunday Morning
Session 3
10:30 - 12:00
CLOSED

Teacher: Kyle Kunnecke

Beauty on the Inside: The Key to Locked Floats
Ever looked at the "wrong side" of a stranded, hand-knit garment and see no floats? Do you wonder what was done to hide those floats and make it so beautifully finished? The answer may very well be what some refer to as "Armenian Knitting" or, what I call "Locked Floats". The technique is simple, and creates a wonderfully even fabric. In this class, we will first review how to carry floats across the back of the work (traditional), and then be introduced to this simple technique that results in a beautifully woven "wrong side". You'll learn some valuable tricks and leave inspired by the possibilities created.

Experience: Students should have basic knitting skills, including the ability to cast on, knit, purl and read color work charts.

Supplies: One skein each of two colors of worsted weight yarn (solid-color, wool yarns with medium to high contrast work best). Appropriately–sized circular knitting needles (bring a few different sizes or an interchangeable needle set) ruler, stitch markers, note taking materials, and usual knitting.

Location: Hospitality Suite #403
Sunday Morning
Session 4
10:30 - 12:00
Teacher: Cat Bordhi

"Following" – A Direct Path to Creative Gold
Cat will do a spontaneous demonstration of what happens when one follows a true north compass point in a given time and place amongst a group of kindred souls - in this case, those of you who are with her in class. The result will be unique and of practical value to anyone who is creative and intuitive and who values authenticity and well-being. "I believe that after you join me in this process, that you will be able to swim in the same waters yourself." There will be enough time for all your questions after experiencing what happens.

Experience: Everyone welcome

Supplies and Homework: Bring paper and pencils for notes, if you wish.

Location: Camaretta in the Hotel