Clay Hands


About clay hands


Natasha Viljoen, founder and teacher.

Tash has a great love for creativity and nature and their merging in the process of pottery. She is a 3rd generation potter following in the clay path set by her late grandmother, Valerie and mother, Lissa ( She opened the Clay Hands studio in April 2018 after years of working and training at Earth Play Studio. Tash is dedicated to holding, growing and maintaining the Clay Hands space. And is deeply invested in supporting the innate creativity in others through offering studio space for people to learn the skill involved in working with clay, exploring the endless


Michelle le Grange, teacher.

Mich specialized in ceramics and sculpture at the Tshwane University of Technology and has been working in the field since. This year she is more focused on growing her own ceramic practice with her own brand/studio, Okay Now Studio, and teaching at Clay Hands.


Kintsugi, aesthetics committee.

Kin is in charge of overseeing general studio good vibes. Please note, this is a dog-friendly studio.


Clay Hands studio

We’re nice and centrally located on the main road in Woodstock, Cape Town. Tucked away from the main hum of things in a serene courtyard in the beautiful 196 Victoria Creative and Holistic healing Centre. It’s truly a place of calm amongst the chaos.

There's lots to explore in 196 Victoria like yoga, macrame, art exhibitions and handmade olive oil soaps!


Jelly bean mugs

First edition of jelly bean mugs sold out. Next edition to be released later in 2019. 〰️