Winter is time to reflect, conserve energy and go deeply inwards.
It’s also a time for divine medicine making.
Beit e’Shai invites you to our Winter Apothecary Workshop of medicine making with herbalist and nutritionist Rasha Tayeh.
During this 2 hour workshop we will make a back balm, cough syrup and various herbal infusions – using simple & safe homemade recipes that help support us during winter, strengthen our immunity & protect us from general ailments.
Join herbalist and nutritionist Rasha Tayeh (founder & owner of Beit e’Shai) and make some magic to prepare you for winter!
When: 2-4pm Sunday 26th May 2019
Where: Oshun Retreat 5/27 Enfield Ave Preston VIC 3072
Each participant will receive one free test tube of Beit e’Shai herbal tea.
Back balms and various Beit e’Shai products will also be available for sale on the day – cash and eftpos available.
Book your spot at this link https://www.trybooking.com/BCFUR
Space are limited – so book early!
Hope to see you there.
We acknowledge that cost can sometimes be a barrier to attending. As a small business we can’t subsidise a large number of tickets, however, we are happy to offer one free ticket (in exchange with volunteering) and a handful of discounted tickets to this workshop if you are a student or unwaged.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
About Rasha Tayeh
Rasha is a nutritionist, herbalist, artist and mystic. Her practice is inspired by the seasons and ways in which we can enhance connections with our bodies, our communities and with nature. She combines principles of nutrition and herbalism in her wellness workshops.
Rasha is the owner and founder of Beit e’Shai (House of Tea in Arabic, pronounced bayt eh shy). Informed by her ancestor’s wisdom and drawing on her knowledge and appreciation of traditional Arabic medicine and Palestinian herbalism, Rasha creates aromatic teas and herbal medicines that focus on health, wellbeing and comfort.
For more information visit:
Beit e’Shai and Rasha Tayeh acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the traditional custodians of this land on which we live and work, and recognise that sovereignty was never ceded. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. We reflect in our work that Ancestral medicine and traditional herbalism bring deep healing to people and Mother Earth.