The Path to Mindfulness
We set out for Palm Springs, California, to show attendees of Wanderlust Wellspring how Japanese Green Tea can guide them to calm with just one cup.
Chadō: The Way of Tea
The traditional Japanese Green Tea ceremony is steeped in culture and history. Our Tea Master, Souheki Mori, led daily tea ceremonies for Wanderlust Wellspring attendees.
The Tea Ceremony
During each ceremony, our Tea Master shared the profound meaning behind each step of Japanese Green Tea preparation.
Engaging All The Senses: See
In our photo booth, a backdrop of Mount Fuji and tea plantations offered attendees the chance to imagine themselves in the beautiful landscapes of Japan and capture photos of their experience.
Engaging All The Senses: Hear
Attendees were encouraged to sit and experience the moment under sound domes, which played the distinct sounds of nature and meditative Japanese music.
The Traditional Art of Enso
Japanese Zen masters practice Enso: the art of drawing a circle that represents both nothing and everything. Attendees were asked to clear their thoughts and be fully present as they drew their own Enso circles.
The Enso Wall
By the end of Wanderlust Wellspring, our Enso wall represented the state of mind of each person who passed through our booth—including Tea Master Souheki Mori.