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From cocktail making to flower-arranging, your socialising scene is about to get a shake-up. ClassBento – an online marketplace for local creative workshops has launched to help you to quickly and easily learn new skills.

From today, users will easily access a new world of opportunities to learn skills and discover interests, thanks to the launch of ClassBento, an online marketplace that connects skilled local artisans, makers, chefs and creatives with individuals, friends and families looking to try out fun activities. From juggling and brush lettering to making terrariums or latte art, ClassBento aims to keep the local community socially and mentally active in order to help reduce stress and the risk of Dementia.

“ClassBento is bringing Sydney’s most talented artisans, creators and tradespeople to teach some inspiring classes for people of all ages. From classes making kombucha or macrame to weaving a wall hanging, kokedama and fragrance making to resin art, terrarium and soy candle-making, there is something for everyone of any age. We hope to help Sydneysiders create some magical memories, have a digital detox and re-energise,” says John Tabari, co-founder, ClassBento.

It’s scientifically proven that learning skills lowers stress levels and helps reduce the risk of Dementia. With every booking, ClassBento donates to Dementia Australia.

“After losing my Grandmother to Dementia, I started ClassBento to help people disconnect from everyday stresses and reconnect with their passions. Taking classes can be a great way to connect with friends, family, your local community or just to give yourself some time to unwind. It’s proven that this kind of activity helps with mental wellbeing, reduces burnout from stress and also reduces the risk of Dementia.”

ClassBento already has hundreds of local teachers and classes in Sydney. These independent businesses are benefiting as they’re able to teach people on a flexible basis and enable them to make extra income, with many repeat customers. ClassBento is enabling locals to teach what they love and host their own fun workshop. Nikki Zeng, florist, Peony Story said: “I’m passionate about helping people step out their daily routines and unlock their creativity. ClassBento takes away all the hassle of booking and payments, letting me focus on what’s important; helping craft beautiful floral creations that my customers can take home with them.”

ClassBento’s site makes it easy for anyone to find and book fun art and craft experiences in their local area or even at their own venue with a money-back guarantee. Sydneysiders can search class listings by category in their local area. Every class will offer a comprehensive summary of what is to be expected, what skills will be taught, how many people are in a class and the price range. It’s easy to book fun classes via the website or request bespoke lessons for group classes.

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