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The Way of Tea - Workshop

The Way of Tea - Workshop

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The Way of Tea is a traditional Japanese art, a ritual that embodies the mindful practice of harmony and tranquility in everyday life.

Our Herbal Tea Ritual is a fusion of the Way of Tea and herbal medicine, bringing traditional knowledge into the modern world. You will be expertly guided by our resident herbalist, Manami Komai, into the art of mindful herbal tea blending.

You will discover the therapeutic qualities and unique tastes of 9 medicinal herbs, with a focus on the qualities of calming, grounding, uplifting, healing, balancing and energising. From these, you will choose your favourites to blend together into your own unique tisane – a medicinal infusion.

Manami will close the workshop with a guided meditation while you infuse and taste your new herbal blend. You will leave with a tranquil mind, 50g of your tisane, a stainless steel infuser, and the embodied experience of this mindful ritual to invoke every time you brew your blend

When 5:30, Wednesday, 21st of March. Duration 1.5 - 2 Hours.

Where Wellington Apothecary 110a+b Cuba Street, Te Aro, Wellington

Cost $90 pp

About Manami

Manami, your host, loves experimenting and manufacturing herbal medicines. She is passionate about sharing the knowledge of using herbs in different ways to incorporate
into our daily life. With her expertise in herbal medicine, she will help you to create a special tea to suit your taste and support your wellbeing.

Cancellation Policy

If you would like to cancel your workshop ticket, please do so within 48 hours of your workshop date for a full refund of your ticket price. If you cancel within 48 hours of your workshop date your workshop ticket price will only be refunded if we can fill your place. Thanks for understanding.

Image Credits

Hands holding the mug - Elina Sazonova
Herbs in bowls with the teapot - Anna Pou

 

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