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Deakin University Geelong Waterfront Campus, Western Beach Room

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Flowwa brings Japanese mindfulness to our everyday life in easy and uplifting ways

Flowwa is all about sharing the joyful power of art-making to foster cross-cultural understanding and community connection. We don't want our Japanese cultural and traditional art to be just a show, just a demonstration you see at a festival. We want to share with you how the essence of Japanese mindful art practices can be easily incorporated into our everyday lives here and now, to achieve wellbeing, serenity, clarity, relaxation, rejuvenation and deep meaningful connections. 

I grew up in Japan, where people hosted guests with Omotenashi, the Japanese hospitality concept of using mindfulness to get to know the guests with warmth, sincerity and genuine curiosity to connect heart to heart on individual basis. We greeted one another with Omotenashi all year around, not just for an occasion. This let me feel like every day was a unique and a precious day and everybody we met was also unique and precious. 

We will be sharing artful mindfulness activities that can bring joy and calm in our modern day lives.  

This event welcomes everyone. 
Bring all your friends and family! 
Or come solo and make new friends here!
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Program & Timetable

We're fine-tuning our program & timetable! 


Open door: 1pm


Serene Samurai Floral Art Workshop:  around 3 or 4pm 

Artists' networking and intro to Flowwa Artist work opportunities:  around 6pm  

Art exhibition all day long 

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We'll be adding more info about the activities both here and on our Instagram. Make sure to follow us on Insta and win free gifts! 

DYI Flowwa mindful art-making 

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Victorian. And proud of it. is Victoria's Multicultural Policy Statement. It sets out the Victorian Government’s ambition with a range of policies, programs and services that encourage every one of us to participate in a stronger, safer and more harmonious community. Everyone is free to be themselves and to feel safe in being true to themselves. The Government wants every Victorian to be able to celebrate their culture with pride and practice their traditions in peace.

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We are currently looking for participants to experience our flagship Flowwa workshops for 8 weeks to measure the effectiveness of mindfulness practices on our wellbeing. If you're interested, please inquire/contact: 


What is Flowwa Experience? 

View here: is rooted in the Japanese belief that honours nature and that humans are equal residents of this planet shared among all creatures of nature. Therefore, when we look within ourselves, we're connecting to the wisdom of nature.

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Are you expressive? creative? curious? 

Want to use your creativity for a social cause?

You don't need to be a professional artist. 

Find your ikigai here with Flowwa members.

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