Tea Ceremony with Sacred Medicinal Celtic Plants and Sound Bath Evening with Renata June 2024

This workshop is Onsite

Workshop Description:
Join Renata on a journey with medicinal Celtic plants!

Learn their traditional uses, their history, their legends and stories along with the scientific evidence that they work. Let’s learn what our ancestors have practised for millenia!

The plant we’re going to connect with in June is Yarrow also known as Nosebleed or
Soldier’s woundwort. Its Latin name is Achillea millefolium. It is connected to a Greek hero Achilles and if you like to find out the full story, join our tea ceremony!
Yarrow attracts pollinators and could be seen in the wildlife and in the naturalised gardens too. It is often used in the gardens as a companion plant, because it attracts ladybirds, hover-flies and predatory wasps that are helpful against many pests.
Yarrow was traditionally used as a remedy for haemorrhage, cuts, deep fever, wounds, blood blisters, as a digestive stimulant and as a female medicine. Crushed leaves packed into the wound have antimicrobial and antibacterial properties, so it is wise to use them in any outdoor or domestic accidents.
It grows in our Labyrinth garden, and if the weather permits, we’ll have a quick stroll to see and touch its feathery like leaves.
If you like to hear more about this ancient medicinal plant, sign up for our Tea ceremony and Sound Bath evening!

You are welcome to bring a journal or some paper and a pen with you on the evening to take some notes during the workshop, if you wish. You might also like to bring an eye mask for the sound bath, but it is not necessary if you do not have one.

Day & Date: Tuesday 25th June 2024

Time: 6.30pm – 8.30pm 

Price: €25

About The Facilitator

  • Renata is a practitioner of traditional Western Herbal Medicine, Naturopathy, Aromatherapy, Sound Therapy, Reflexology, and Indian Head Massage, based in Dublin 7. She specializes in Stress and Anxiety management, Pain management, and Skin conditions.
  • With a Holistic philosophy, she combines Herbal Medicine and Sound Therapy with hands-on therapies to accomplish maximum benefit. Growing up in rural Central Europe, wildcrafted plants for food and medicine were part of her everyday life.
  • Through her practice, she would like to encourage everyone to reconnect with Nature and rediscover their potential.

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