You are probably thinking that we’re going to talk about another variation of Yoga or Meditation in New York City, adding to the millions others out there, right? Wrong! The post today is about Lion Brand Yarn Studio.
We are not here today total about a new meditation technique, nor a new Yoga practice we recently discovered in New York. Today, we are writing about a place we always pass by in Manhattan, but took us a while to walk in. So, one day we got pretty curious and opened our hearts to a new discovery.
The place is called Lion Brand Yarn Studio and for our amazement, we loved everything there!
Yup, that’s right! This yarn studio is located in the heart of Manhattan and is a perfect place to learn the art of knitting!
This practice is definitely NOT considered anymore one only the cute “grandmas” – that we personally adore – but for everyone interested in expressing themselves artistically. On the other hand, many people that knit consider it one of the best types of meditation practices today.
The art of knitting is taught today for people of all ages, genders, styled, but with this common interest.
They offer some pretty amazing classes and workshops. Moreover, they also offer some very interesting free events, and even private lesson appointments.
You can also see online their schedule for the free special event night, where they feature a guest speaker, fashion show, or other cool happenings. It is always pretty fun with a curious and engaging crowd!
In addition, once a month they have a “Men’s Night”. So this is for the guys out there – this is not something only for women any more!
Have fun knitting and being creative! Besides, it’s quite relaxing!
New York City also has come other very interest classes and workshops. You might want to explore a few others, like the Flower School NY and even a Korean Cooking Class at an amazing industrial kitchen in Manhattan.
Monday – Wednesday: 11:30am – 7pm
Thursday: 11:30am – 8pm
Friday: 10am – 4pm
Sunday: 11:30am – 5pm
Location: 34 West 15th Street
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Lion Brand Yarn Studio
*Last Update on March/2020.*