Come join us as we dive into the practice of Cha Dao on June 3rd 2018.. In this workshop, we use the elements to carefully re-awaken Tea and allow her to gently guide us into a soft meditation. Through this practice, we open our hearts and minds to the vibrations around us. This ceremony is a dance of elements that help to ground us and re-awaken our connection with one of earth’s oldest medicines.
By meditating with Tea, we allow the universe to guide our session. Each bowl we serve is a different experience than the last.
Tea Ceremony begins in silence where we will share anywhere from 4 bowls to 6 bowls of tea before we open the room for discussion. The Teas utilized are considered Living Teas. In other words, Teas that are grown and sustainable processed. They are often from organic plantations or wild old growth trees that have existed for generations before we were born.
About the Teacher
Casey's journey began along the south shore of Long Island. Whether it was running the Long Beach boardwalk, boarding in the surf, or meditating and practicing yoga in the sand, a deep connection formed with the waves. The rhythmic teachings of the ocean allowed for the perfect backdrop to quiet reflection of Self. Through this harmonious kinship with the salt and sand, Casey has journeyed farther to unite mind, body, and spirit with our great mother. Through her introduction to Global Tea Hut she discovered that the marriage of water and leaf had a profound effect on her routine. The incorporation of tea to her meditation practice has truly centered her. Additionally, she pulls inspiration and influence from the writings and lessons of Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Saul David Rave, as well as Wude & The Global Tea Hut Family. It has been through the incorporation of tea into her daily meditation that Casey has found her truest self. The concordance of the leaf and the feminine divine is one of great importance and Casey strives to help all individuals find a connection with feminine intuition and to follow their true path.