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Tea Meditation Club お茶クラブ (weekly; no host)
October 30, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 11:45 am
*Unless otherwise specified, this a a recurring no-host event. Some weeks during the year the Tea Meditation Club classes don’t meet, so please check Temple KUKURI’s calendar for current information.*
Temple KUKURI hosts weekly tea gatherings, one during the daytime on Tuesdays and one on Thursday evenings. The Tea Meditation Club is a tea/Ocha (お茶） circle in their beautiful tea room. Each week a different kind of Japanese tea with confection will be served. Attendees will learn how to receive and make tea as a practice of mindfulness. After receiving tea, guests are invited to have a short guided meditation/silent time.
You can purchase organic teas they serve at KUKURI and tea utensils. See the link below for details.
Fee: Free for Associate Members & $5 for non-Associate Members. Tea Meditation Club classes do not require advance reservation; however, the tea room accommodates only 12 and entry is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Where: Front tea room (please enter through the front door and remove your shoes.)
For more information on the Tea Meditation Club, visit: https://www.templekukuri.org/tea-club .
About Temple KUKURI:
“Temple KUKURI – Wholistic Living Sanctuary is a non-profit, spiritually based, non-denominational association now forming. Our mission is to share teachings of Wholistic Living in mind, body and spirit. Through the creation of a sanctuary or safe haven, we hold a space for healing, connection and love for self, for each other, for our Mother Earth and for all of life. Temple KUKURI is a place for us to practice mindfulness, compassionate communication, wholistic living arts, multi-cultural activities, sustainable living and to explore various meditation and spiritual practices.
KUKURI means to tie, bond or connect in Japanese and it is the name of the goddess of unity, peace, harmony and integration in Japanese mythology.
Our sanctuary is a space for bringing awareness, inspiration and wellness through a variety of services such as Tea Ceremonies (Chakai), Drum Circles, conscious food and cooking, wholistic/sustainable living, dance, Yoga, Tai Chi, Breathwork and other integrated offerings.”
For more information on Temple KUKURI and its classes and events, visit: https://www.templekukuri.org/ .