"Tea ceremony drops us into soft, quiet moments
where all the fragmented pieces of ourselves
can gather up in stillness & presence
one breath, one bowl
and we are whole again."
About Tea Ceremony
Tea ceremony is more than just the practice of preparing, serving and drinking tea. It's the practice of making time to live in a way that reflects and embodies the spirit of tea. Each movement of the tea ceremony is rich with meaning. It's a moving meditation. This potent elixir made of nature itself invites contemplation, stillness, and simply being. The spirit of tea, especially in the space of the beautiful tea ceremony, can inspire and sustain us with her ancient, enduring wisdom.
Share the heart and spirit of nature, each other, and of course - tea!
I host seasonal, in person tea ceremonies local to Utah. We sit in circle to enjoy the "goddess of all herbs"
brewed in a style that's built on ancient Chinese tradition.
Drinking tea brings benefits from the wisdom of the ages to modern research, such as:
✔️ Promoting the healthy flow of qi (chi), our vital life essence
✔️ Purifying the health of spirit
✔️ Helping digest food & improve metabolism
✔️ Flushing toxins from the body
✔️ Bringing a calm, relaxed focus to the mind
✔️ Enhancing the resilience of the immune system
Check out upcoming tea ceremony events.
- Mon, Mar 20Bija Yoga and Wellness
- Sat, Sep 23Pleasant Grove
"Abigail’s tea ceremony is one of the most beautiful experiences I’ve partaken in. She has a deep knowledge of sacred plants and herbs and the grandmother tea that helps us tap into that knowledge within the earth and ourselves."
— Crystal Zinn
"I've attended a handful of Abigail's tea ceremonies, and each time I've been touched so very deeply. Abigail embodies the divine feminine as she holds space in the most loving and graceful way."
— Megan Mecham
"Sitting in tea ceremony with Abigail is a delightful experience. She is love and so welcoming. Her ability to hold space without saying a word is beautiful."
— Malia Littlefield
"I love having tea with Abigail. Her ceremonies are always special and so peaceful. She reminds me to stop and just be. Abigail (and tea) is wonderful medicine for the soul."
— Ellen Lamoreaux