Aug & Sept  ~ Tea Meditation with Singing Bowls  ** Event End **

Aug & Sept ~ Tea Meditation with Singing Bowls ** Event End **

  • Product Code: C0006-2
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  • HK$750.00

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A new series of “Tea meditation + Tibetan Singing Bowl” events start again.

What is Tea ?

What is Tibetan Singing Bowl ?

What is the function of “Tea + Music” and how to “drink right tea,

listening to the singing bowl vibration in order to achieve the balance of body and peaceful mind.

Duraction:1.5 hour

Fee:  $750 per person / advance booking is required.
Workshop: No. 31 Sun Chun Street, Tai Hang, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong (MTR Tin Hau Exit A1)

Date of Event : 

It would be great if u arrive 5 mins before start time.  Organiser reserve the right to change the venue, the date and time of the events.

Our Faciliatator:

(1) Mona is a certified Ancient (Yoga) Massage therapist and instructor with over 15 years of experience in various aspects of holistic bodywork.   Mona currently combines energetic healing with various modalities to offer a unique healing experience, where Prana, or life energy, is allowed to circulate freely, enabling the body to release stress and achieve healing on a deep level.

(2)  Tea Master May is the Founder of Homeland Tea Garden, Tea Therapist and a professional Tea Instructor.  She graduated from the School of Chinese Medicine, Hong Kong Baptist University majoring in Tea Therapy & Nutritional Study for Health Preservation.  She is also a certified China National Senior Tea-Appraiser (Technician/First Level) and China National Tea-Artist (Technician/Second Level) in the People’s Republic of China.  Tea master May has thorough understanding of tea planting and has paid visit over 50 different tea plantation and production of six major tea types (i.e. green tea, white tea, yellow tea, oolong tea, black tea and dark tea).  She is dedicated to promote East and West tea culture education and activities. In 2016, she was appointed as the Officer of Shenzhen Tea Industry Association Liaison Office in Hong Kong as well as the Hong Kong Tourism Board to promote tea culture and education worldwide.  She has been invited to give numerous talks and classes in schools, universities, businesses and non-profit organizations.  She can use Cantonese, Mandarin and English to introduce tea tasting and its application in health preservation and improvement of physical conditions.


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