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Atlas Tea + Apothecary Presents a Traveling Tea Party = Music / Herbal Medicine

Mindfully curated experiences for the globally conscious palate through intimate gatherings with the intention of honoring the sacred feminine/masculine via meeting of the minds, creative circles, cyphers & collaborations with guest creatives.


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Mindfully curated experiences for the globally conscious palate through intimate gatherings with the intention of honoring the sacred feminine/masculine via meeting of the minds, creative circles, cyphers & collaborations with guest creatives.  

Music Medicine
Empowering Our Youth Through Music Education
*Navid Najafi aka Illnomadic is Atlas Tea + Apothecary’s first featured mover in January 2019. (Please read about all the Atlas features on www.atlasteaandapothecary.com) He is a lyricist and music educator at the Honolulu Academy’s Doris Duke Theater through the Soundshop Program and is an emcee for the Na Hoku Hanohano award winning hip hop group Super Groupers. Navid is joined by some of the Soundshop facilitators to discuss the importance of music education for developing our tools to be able to turn our challenges into a work of art through sound. 

Herbal Medicine
Herbal Tinctures - Bitters (tasting)
Kat Burke is a doctoral student in the Office of Public Health Studies at UH Mānoa. Her apothecary, Eileithyia (a-LAY-thi-ya) Eyes, is a seed planted by her grandad, Panagiotis Spiros Koromilas, a believer in the food medicine teachings of ancient Greek physician, Galen; a seed that was cultivated at Ho'oulu 'Āina through the guidance of the 'ili 'āina of 'Ouaua and Māluawai and their apothecary, Lā'aukūmakani. Kat shares 2 bitters recipes inspired by Ancient Greek medicine & philosophy.

*Seating is limited to 10 guests. MUST RSVP to secure your space & small bite/tea. Corner bench seating is reserved for kūpūna & individuals with disabilities.


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*Seating is limited to 10 guests. MUST RSVP to secure your space & small bite/tea. Corner bench seating is reserved for kūpūna & individuals with disabilities.

 

Sunday, March 31, 2019   
12:00PM-2:00PM   
Atlas Tea + Apothecary Presents a Traveling Tea Party = Music / Herbal Medicine   
Right/Now Pop-Up   
The Hub (Old Famous Footware) Ward Center - Womb Womb Room

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