Tractorgrease Cafe will be offering a lot more than just music this weekend as it launches a new weekly meditation event and kicks off its “life shift” program.
It’ll be an afternoon and evening full of meditation, kombucha, music and wellness-based talks on Sunday, Jan. 26. This free event is to give folks a taste of what to expect with their new meditation group class and brand new program called Project: Life Shift starting in February and March, respectively.
Project: Life Shift is “an individual-focused, self-development process that participants will partake in, within the supportive environment of a group,” organizer Taysey Taylor said.
The free event on Sunday starts at 4 p.m. and includes a group meditation at 4:15 p.m. with Laurea Palmantier, followed by a description of the new program, kombucha samples, music by Tamihi, and talks by reiki practitioner Mari Okazaki and Indigenous healer/doula and certified holistic practitioner Shoneena Lee Loss.
Featured menu items for the evening will be wood-fired pizzas as well as kombucha which will be on tap from The Royals Kombucha.
Following Tractorgrease’s free wellness event, people can then sign up for weekly classes which take place on Wednesdays. They are: Meditation with Laurea starting Feb. 5 ($60 a month); or combination Meditation with Laurea plus Project: Life Shift class beginning March 4 ($130 a month).
Tractorgrease’s wellness event runs from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 48710 Chilliwack Lake Rd. on Sunday, Jan. 26. It is a free event, but people are asked to reserve their spot by visiting eventbrite.ca.
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