Top Cork Classes & Workshops
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Take a chance and try your hand at traditional pottery-making at a studio deep in the Kinsale countryside. With the help of experienced local potters, make and paint your own unique pieces of pottery and sculpture. Have your pieces dried, fired and glazed in-house then pick them up a week later – one-of-a-kind gifts and souvenirs to take back home with you. With only one class a week and limited spots in each class, make sure to book well in advance.
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Take a creative break in County Cork with a one-hour craft lesson at Europe’s only toy soldier factory. After your instructions guide you through the process of making a miniature model of your choice, enjoy a walk through the factory’s miniature model exhibitions, including historical dioramas and Lord of the Rings characters.
Mysore style is the traditional method for learning Ashtanga Yoga. In these classes, a relationship is built with your teacher and energy is shared between yoga practitioners of different levels. Each student works at their own pace with assistance and hands-on adjustment from the teacher as and when necessary. It is almost like a private lesson. The Ashtanga series is learned and committed to memory posture by posture. New postures are then added as and when the student is ready. No prior yoga experience is necessary. All you need is the willingness to grow and learn through the practice. It is best to be consistent so that the sequence comes naturally. There are no specific start times for classes. When first starting to learn the Ashtanga yoga system, you will probably need to allow about 45 minutes, building up to about an hour and a half once a full series of postures is being practiced.
This activity is ideal for a group of friends,work teams or family members. It is held on Friday nights in Macroom Buffalo Farm's Visitor centre and workshop. With the help of your native host and professional Chef, Dorothy, you'll discover the unique flavours of our local food producers while learning about the farm's produce. As part of this workshop, you will learn to cook 5 dishes with recipes to take home and use in your own kitchen. The minimum and maximum size of each group is 8 adults. e.g Vegetarians are welcome. Let me know in advance of any dietary restrictions . A lovely souvenir of your visit will free at the end of your workshop.
Learn about the origin of the water buffalo and the story of the Lynch family who first brought these majestic animals to Ireland from Italy. Pop on your wellies and stroll a country mile with passionate farm guide and food expert, Dorothy O'Tuama, as she shares her stories, knowledge and experience of life in the local region. Experience a real working dairy farm set amongst the soft rolling hills of the Lee river valley. Finish with several tasting plates of Mozzarella, Ricotta, Greek Style Salad and Grilled Halloumi cheeses prepared by Dorothy, who happens to be a chef also.
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