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Mindful Origami Masterclasses
Tue 9 May 2017, 18:00 – 19:30 BST
Throughout May, St Pancras Renaissance Hotel will be holding Mindful Origami Masterclasses in partnership with the Mindful Origami book Authur Samuel Tsang. These complimentary weekly masterclasses, run as part of Renaissance Hotels global entertainment programme, Evenings at Ren.
About MI + ME
This neighbourhood hotspot is named in homage to the MIlk and MEat carriages that were first used by railways in the Victorian era to transport fresh produce speedily to the city. Sourcing ingredients from the UK’s best cheesemakers and farmers, MI + ME specialises in hand carved deli style sandwiches and meat & cheese boards alongside hearty burgers and mac n cheese. Working with the next generation of micro-breweries and independent suppliers means it’s also the perfect spot to linger over an evening drink.
About Mindful Origami
Origami has been shown to aid relaxation, concentration, hand eye co-ordination and memory, and what's more, it does not require complicated tools or materials to perform. All you need is a piece of paper and some focused thought, and the results can be enjoyed almost immediately. In this beautifully designed book, with clear step-by-step instructions, you will learn how to make 16 inspirational models that you can display on your desk, your windowsill, or your mantelpiece, or give to somebody as a gift
About Samuel Tsang
Samuel Tsang is a London-based origami teacher. He has folded origami since a child and has been teaching professionally since 2003. During that time he has introduced origami to thousands of students in corporate team building and public workshops. Sam has worked with over 100 companies including some of the world's top internet and luxury good brands.
He specialises in making beautiful bespoke origami first anniversary bouquets out of paper and undertakes commissions from private individuals and businesses. He was also the main organiser for the Guinness World Record for the largest display of origami elephants that is permanently displayed at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo.