Classes/Workshops in Reykjavik

Top Lessons & Workshops in Reykjavik, Iceland

Lessons & Workshops in Reykjavik

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  • Jessie
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    There are 4 of us and we needed advice on how to plan our trip for the 5 days in September. Nicolas helped with the itinerary and logistics, making sure we have a spread of events, taking into account our interests, preferences and budget. Nicolas is very responsive and professional, which makes the planning of our amazing trip a success. He was happy to answer any questions I have in the little time we had. Although he was not the actual tour guide, he was well on board with every tour we booked through him, down to the arrival/location of the drivers who were to pick us up and guide us for the day. We thoroughly enjoyed the tours - Iceland is an amazing place! One particular tour guide Haukar is incredible - he's professional, knowledgable and personable - we are lucky to have him for the 12 hour journey to the South Coast and Jokulsarlon! Nicolas also helped us time the Northern lights perfectly and the result was that we were lucky to see the lights within the first 5 minutes after arrival at our destination. A big thank you for doing your best to make our trip so memorable. I have no hesitation in recommending the services of Nicolas and Creative Iceland!
    Written October 8, 2019
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  • Max S
    1 contribution
    After reading a review about Meet the Natives, my adult daughter and I scheduled the evening dinner/class to take place upon our arrival to Iceland and were so glad we did. What a terrific opportunity to learn about the culture, history and language of Iceland, as well as the food culture of this amazing country. Egill was a wonderful host and passionate about imparting his knowledge and, as a musician, shared his amazing talent in singing Icelandic folk tunes. The evening covered so many different facets including eating and preparing traditional Icelandic foods and learning our Icelandic names. We loved the opportunity to talk easily with him, and he was incredibly patient and gracious with our many questions.

    This was truly one of the highlights of our encounters in Iceland and we recommend it wholeheartedly. The information and experiences we took with us from that night brought depth and meaning to the rest of our stay in Iceland.
    Written June 26, 2019
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  • AML
    7 contributions
    4 days spent with Ragga Jóhannsdóttir - an experience I will never forget. Learned a lot re knitting techniques, history and Icelandic culture. Great conversations and got to know some local dining options when we had lunch. Ragga went out of her to make me feel welcome and to ensure I got the most out our time together. As a solo student there was time for her to show me some sights in Reykjavík with links to knitting, culture and history. Have a lovely Lettlopi child sweater almost done for friend’s son back home. I think he will love it. Thanks as well to her friend Valla ( not sure of spelling).
    Written September 16, 2019
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  • gregory_209
    London, UK20 contributions
    The Elfschool in Reykjavík is well worth a visit - it’s headmaster, Magnus, is a magnificent story teller
    and he kept us entertained all afternoon. Even if you don’t believe in elves it’s worth attending. Most Icelandic people do believe and they have many stories from people who have spent time with them. In the break we were fed delicious pancakes and home made bread.
    It was a fun afternoon.
    Written June 19, 2019
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  • Ali D
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    My boyfriend and I went here twice during our trip in Iceland and really liked it. It's super small but we never had any issues fitting in the studio. It fits about 5-6 people plus the instructor. Everyone was SO nice and accommodating and we felt very at ease here. We would definitely recommend stopping here if you're looking to get some yoga in during your trip to Reykjavik. The only reason I didn't rate it 5/5 is because it's a bit pricey to do just a one-off class - but they do have a cheaper option if you buy a 5-class pass. We're American so the conversion rate doesn't help us either - not their fault! Also, the classes seemed to be a bit slower paced and more focused on relaxation then the more athletic yoga classes I'm used to as well. Matter of personal preference! But the instructors were really nice, welcoming, and helpful giving recommendations for local stuff.
    Written November 26, 2016
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  • Craig C
    1 contribution
    I travelled to Reykjavik alone for a few days and met up with Erla and two other participants for her Human Writes course. It was a fun, creative, social gathering that I'd recommend to anyone, but solo travelers with an interest in writing in particular.
    Written September 18, 2015
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