CAA & Herbgoddess Offer Meditative Sessions

September 1, 2020

The Centre Against Abuse and Herbgoddess Teas will be offering a meditative tea tasting healing session for those affected by emotional trauma.

A spokesperson said, “During this time of unprecedented change due to COVID-19, many individuals are experiencing increased stress and anxiety. These stressors have affected numerous individuals, particularly those in situations of domestic abuse. Centre Against Abuse and Herbgoddess Teas have collaborated to provide a meditative tea tasting healing session for those affected by emotional trauma.

CAA Meditation and Tea with Herbgoddess Teas  Bermuda Aug 2020

“The quarantine placed several people in closed-off situations with their abusers, which resulted in an increase in incidences of domestic abuse. As we all know, domestic abuse can result in physical harm, however; any form of abuse can create an emotional trauma within a survivor that produces psychological, physical, cognitive and behavioural reactions. These reactions can manifest as anxiety, depression, feelings of fragility, memory problems, sleep disorders, and helplessness.

“For centuries meditation has been embraced as a therapeutic tool to combat a host of health imbalances, along with mental, spiritual, and environmental stressors. Studies have shown that meditation can assist a person by decreasing their emotional trauma responses. The objective of offering these meditative sessions is to explore a noninvasive and safe way to reduce stress and anxiety and learn positive coping mechanisms for those who have experienced emotional trauma. Herbgoddess will also provide medicinal teas that will enhance the participant’s experience in maintaining balance, while nurturing the nervous system and building immune strength.

“The public is invited to attend one of our intimate energizing sessions and learn meditative techniques, experience tea samples and have your questions answered. This event will be held at Herbgoddess Teas, lower level of Washington Mall, September 14th, 21st and 28th from 5:30 – 7:00pm. Cost is $25 to register contact Centre Against Abuse at 292-4366 or email Early registration is encouraged as space is limited.”

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