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"ADVANCED Japanese pruning" course

NIWAKI Sukashi-sentei style - Transparency pruning on deciduous trees

The pinnacle of the art of Japanese pruning...

In this course, you will learn to create a niwaki of a deciduous tree with transparent vegetation, called Sukashi-sentei style. You will choose different options, simple, double or multiple trunks, in clumps, recreating the atmosphere of the underbrush, conducive to tea gardens ... The attention then focuses on creating a sense of lightness in the subject. So certainly not dense foliage pads.

You will learn to evaluate the existing structure, to prune to obtain clumps of trunks, to reveal the strengths of the structure of the tree, pruning in transparency through subtle blend of three different techniques Kosukashi, Daikae et Nosukashi sentei for some horizontal branches, graceful and elegant, seeming to float in the air ...



If you choose this course in the frame of energy Hortitherapy - NIWAKITHERAPY©, this course is associated with the theme :

The letting go

"The refusal to accept situations against which we can do nothing exhausts us and robs our energy, our power and our inner peace. The refusal to let go is equivalent to shout loud and clear that we refuse to be at peace as long as the circumstances will not change as we wish. This form of resistance only brings suffering in our lives. Accept the inevitable situations of life is not to passively accept everything, but only to accept what can not be changed. This is the only path to wisdom and this attitude brings peace."


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