Empowering Our Community Through Self-Care
Olanani Acuoasis, Atlas Tea + Apothecary’s February 2019 featured Healers share their insight through Chinese medicine, along with a number of products that can be previewed on the Atlas website. Alicia Yang & Tai Hawkins hold Master’s Degrees in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine after receiving undergraduate/Master’s degrees from Harvard & Stanford. As Kailua’s first open space acupuncture health spa, Olanani Acuoasis shares solutions for pain, fertility challenges, digestive/autoimmune/sleep/endocrine disorders, depression, anxiety, and their specialty; anti-aging facial rejuvenation. Acupressure is offered and the session focuses on the topic of self-care, what it means in a diverse context and providing Chinese medicine solutions that help bring balance through simple techniques to empower the individual person’s journey of self-care, wherever they are at.
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.
This event is free but RSVP is required.
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