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A Journey of Tea & Sound

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A Journey of Tea & Sound

March 15, 2020 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm


Join us at Warrior II Yoga on Sunday, February 16th for a very special experience as we bring together tea ceremony and sound journeying! We will hold sacred space through intentional smudging while calling in the directions. Guiding us into the present moment and into our bodies, we will come together through Tea ceremony, with tea poured by Kat Malone. As each bowl of tea gently guides us into softening and opening to our inner realms, we will experience the sounds and vibrations of Terry Todd on didgeridoo and Seaturtle (Daniel Graves) on singing bowl, taking us on a deep spiritual journey through sound healing to reattune ourselves and our intentions towards self-love and love for community. This will lead into a 30-minute meditative journey via heartbeat rhythm on frame drums led by Seaturtle (Daniel Graves) and Daniel Silva.

-This event starts at 8pm and will last about an hour and a half.
-Sacred exchange – $15 suggested donation.
-Low caffeine content tea will be used. Tea drinking optional.

Sacred Tea Ceremony (Gong Fu Cha):
Tea Ceremony is a sacred art, an experience that opens the door of our inner hearts to help us journey deeper and heal. Tuning into tea brings us fully into the present moment, into our senses, and into our bodies. Through stillness and awareness, we quiet to hear our Highest Selves and the wisdom of Mother Earth. Connecting us with the ways of the ancients, “Living Tea” has the power to cleanse, purify, ground and heal the Spirit as our Qi is balanced and with each ceremony we are born anew. This is a holistic experience balancing the physical, mental and spiritual bodies with each sit.


Seaturtle (Daniel Graves) has been drumming for 10+ years for Shamanic and Ancient traditions, rituals and ceremonies. He’s passionate about serving community in ways that help align us to earth and spirit.

Kat Malone encountered the tea ceremony 5+ years ago, and alongside her practice of Nichiren Buddhism, has been following the way of tea ever since. She is a spiritual seeker on a mission to awaken to her own truth and potential, and to serve others in connecting with the Divine. In her pursuit of understanding spiritual, emotional and relational healing, she received a B.A. in Psychology from Oberlin College and is currently pursuing a masters for Professional Counseling from Texas State.



March 15, 2020
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm