Team Tea Experiences

Equip your teams with a tea practice that cultivates calm and focus

The Experience

• Prepare a bowl of matcha green tea using traditional tools & methods

• Learn how to care for tea & teaware

• Learn about matcha cultivation & production

• Explore the key features of quality matcha tea

• Discuss the health benefits of matcha

Duration: 60 mins

Location: Online/face-to-face

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Design

The Experience

• Prepare a bowl of matcha green tea using traditional tools & methods

• Learn how to care for tea & teaware 

• Learn about matcha cultivation & production

• Explore the key features of quality matcha tea

• Discuss the health benefits of matcha 

Duration: 1 hr

Location: Online/face-to-face

Design

Employer Outcomes

  • Enhance the wellbeing of employees so they can thrive personally and professionally (this can reduce the cost of lost productivity and absenteeism)
  • Increase the focus and creativity of your team members who can perform at their best to solve business problems
  • Enhance relationships between individuals, teams and clients
  • Increase the satisfaction and loyalty of employees who have been offered a unique and valuable experience in the work place

Individual Outcomes

  • Experience the health benefits of matcha green tea which is rich in antioxidants and an amino-acid L-theanine which enhances alpha brain waves (inducing calm focus)
  • Enhance your relationships with leaders/colleagues/clients/others both inside and outside of the workshop
  • Learn something new - form new neural connections and strengthen existing pathways which can lead to improved performance and higher self-esteem
  • Enhance your ability to be present with and enjoy work and home life
  • Increase your feelings of satisfaction in your role and work place

"Kelsey ran a virtual workshop for all members at our group of companies including doq, d.doq and Nichigo Press during the COVID lockdown in Sydney. It was one of the best workshops I have ever attended for mental wellbeing, cultural experiences and self-discovery. I received enormous positive feedback from all employees and would confidently recommend a Sakucha workshop for anyone looking for a unique experience and mental wellness refresh after a stressful period."

- YOSHINORI SAKUNO (GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR)

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Bookings

Please make a booking request using the calendar and we will contact you with our current packages and rates.

This workshop is generally delivered online. However, we capture your location in the booking form to discuss if a face-to-face session is possible. 

If you have any queries about this tea experience, please contact us at info@sakucha.com.au

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Your Host

Kelsey is a Chado/The Japanese Art of Tea Practitioner (Urasenke), registered Yoga and Meditation Teacher (Yoga Australia and Meditation Association of Australia) and Chartered Accountant (CAANZ), who is passionate about personal and planetary wellbeing.

Beginning with language and culture studies, Kelsey has been making connections with Japan for nearly two decades. In 2019, she stepped out of the corporate scene in her native Australia and moved to Kyoto. Trading the West(ern Australia) for the East, she sought to refresh body and mind.

Refreshment was found in a bowl of matcha green tea. A number of serendipities led her to Chado: a new friend, a library book, an accidental visit to a tea shop and meeting a sensei/teacher. She commenced study and tea became a way of life.

Through the practice of tea and mindfulness and with a desire to help others thrive, Sakucha bloomed.

Your Host

Kelsey a Chado (The Japanese Art of Tea) Practitioner (Urasenke), registered Yoga and Meditation Teacher (Yoga Australia and Meditation Association of Australia) and Chartered Accountant (CAANZ), who is passionate about personal and planetary wellbeing.

Beginning with language and culture studies, Kelsey has been making connections with Japan for nearly two decades. In 2019, she stepped out of the corporate scene in her native Australia and moved to Kyoto. Trading the West(ern Australia) for the East, she sought to refresh body and mind.

Refreshment was found in a bowl of matcha green tea. A number of serendipities led her to Chado: a new friend, a library book, an accidental visit to a tea shop and meeting a sensei (teacher). She commenced study and tea became a way of life.

Through the practice of tea and mindfulness and with a desire to help others thrive, Sakucha bloomed.

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