Kokedama Moss Ball Workshop
Kokedama workshops are a fun and meditative way to connect with nature and create beautiful, living artworks that can be displayed indoors or outdoors. Participants can expect to bring a unique and eco-friendly addition to their home or garden.
In this kokedama workshop, expect a hands-on, creative gardening experience where you can learn the Japanese art of kokedama, which translates to “moss ball.” Participants are guided through the process of creating their own kokedama plant arrangements.
Min 5 Pax
Take Exit B from Marymount MRT and walk towards MAPEX building. Proceed to the third floor via the lift and exit through 2 doors on the right to the carpark. We are located right at the end!
Each trainer will be assigned to a few participants to ensure that full guidance is provided
- Team Building
- Work together as a team
Benefits of Kokedama Moss Ball Workshop
Participants can expect to unwind, destress and bond in a relaxed setting. Working with plants through kokedama moss ball workshops can be relaxing and reduces stress levels, promoting a positive team atmosphere.
Through this kokedama moss ball workshop, participants are able to collaborate in pairs or groups to craft their kokedama. This joint endeavour provides an opportunity for communication and teamwork as participants are able to exchange ideas and help each other build their own respective kokedama moss balls.
Participants will be guided through the history and origins behind Kokedama moss ball and also the step-by-step process on how to craft their very own, one of a kind kokedama moss ball.
This workshop is also catered for beginners and plant enthusiasts as we teach the necessary plant care as well as maintenance!
Kokedama is like natural art that can make homes and offices look special. It adds beauty and a touch of nature to these places, making them feel nicer and helping people feel relaxed by connecting them with nature.
Kokedama Moss Ball FAQ
Kokedama originated in 17th Century Japan. It is essentially a moss-covered ball of soil, on which a decorative plant grows from.
The duration of the kokedama workshop is typically around 1.5hours.
Ecoponics focuses on hands-on learning experiences, so participants could gain hands-on experience learning how to assemble and maintain their alongside the kokedama making process.
Ecoponics' Kokedama Workshop is suitable for beginners with no prior experience in planting or working with plants.
Our friendly and experienced instructors and facilitators will guide you through a step-by-step process.
The kokedama workshop is suitable for kids. However, for children under the age of 10, we would recommend an adult's supervision.
The type of plants to choose for the kokedama workshop would be subject to availability. Should you request for plants, do let us know before the date of your event so that we are able to customise your preference for you!
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The minimum number of pax that we can accommodate for the kokedama workshop would be 5 pax.
The maximum number of pax that we can accommodate for the kokedama workshop would depend on your venue.
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