Introduction to Floriography & Make Your Own Floral Smoke Wand  Workshop

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Introduction to Floriography & Make Your Own Floral Smoke Wand Workshop

Learn the language of flowers while you make your own hand-bound sustainable Floral Smoke Wand to celebrate the New Moon in Pisces.

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1945 Cornwall Ave 1945 Cornwall Avenue Vancouver, BC V6J 1C8 Canada

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  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket


  • 2- Hour Workshop
  • Learn an introduction to Floriography: the language of flowers by creating your own personal smoke wand or altar floral arrangement.
  • You'll take home your own large floral smoke wand or floral arrangement
  • You'll take home your own pocket floral wand (great for small spaces and outdoors)
  • Sip our signature Imbolc tea or a beverage of your choice


This 2-Hour Workshop is facilitated by Sarah Jamieson, Intuitive, Somatics and NLP Practitioner, as well as head Tea Witch at Kits Beach Coffee.

Sarah will guide you through creating your own smoke wand or altar floral arrangement using fresh and dried flowers and herbs tied together with string.

Sarah will guide you through floriography (the language of flowers) so that you can create your own personal arrangement, as well as sharing the herbal and healing properties of each flower and herb, which are carefully chosen for this month's new moon in Pisces.

With a variety of flowers, herbs and crystals you will make one large Floral Wand (for big intentions) and one mini pocket floral wand (for on the go rituals) that can be used to accompany rituals and ceremonies rich with intention.

What is Smudging?

Smudging or Smoke Cleanse is the art of using aromatherapy incense to cleanse and clear out negative energies, release that which no longer serves you and enhances your intentions as you lead into this month's lunar cycle of Pisces.

What is Floriogrpahy?

Floriography is known as the language of flowers. All flowers hold different meanings, often based on the type of flower, the colour of the flower, and as a means of cryptological communication through the arrangement of flowers. Meaning has been attributed to flowers for thousands of years, and some form of floriography has been practiced in traditional cultures throughout Europe, Asia, and Africa.

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