A guided hands on workshop with Master Food Preserver Hae Jung Cho who will share her family's Seaweed soup recipe and we will collectively explore connection, community, wellness and ancestral wisdom
This is part of the Nourishing Grief Retreat Series hosted by Roshni Kavate of Cardamom and Kavate.
This Retreat is offered from a multicultural perspective with teachers practicing their medicine with integrity and reverence to their culture, our retreat will be an experiential practice in :
- How to build connection to your ancestors, and your inner artist to create beauty and meaning from your personal and collective grief.
- How to connect to ancestral wisdom to cultivate daily rituals to nourish your grief.
- Build kinship with plant medicine, and reimagine rest, movement and breath as medicine for the soul.
- Create a new culture of community care
- Explore intergenerational traditional wisdom of cooking, storytelling and how food is medicine.
- Reimagine your own personal code for cultivating self pleasure
Who is this Retreat for:
- Anyone who wants to connect to their body with compassion, curiosity and explore what it means to nourish our soul.
- Move from strength and resilience to radical rest, pleasure and softness.
- Deep desire to connect ancestral traditions and rituals as tools for activism for contemporary times.
- If you are needing a space to reflect, contemplate and cultivate a personal practice of wholeness.
- For empaths, caregivers, activists, birth workers, health care providers, artists, healers.
Seaweed soup making is an act of ceremony, it is honoring birth, ancestral lineage, and reclaiming resilience and wellness. You are invited to join Los Angeles based Master Food Preserver and professional cook Hae Jung Cho with fellow Master Food Preserver, Palliative Care Nurse and artist Roshni Kavate for an afternoon of soup making and story telling.
We will dig deeper on how we can connect with our ancestral wisdom to reclaim wellness, preserve traditions and foster kinship with our ancestors and our land.
Food is a connection to our past and daily act of nourishment. We will ponder how to keep our collective traditional wisdom alive and what it means to feed ourselves, to nourish ourselves.
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After an early career in nonprofit management and human rights, Hae Jung Cho made the switch to food and has been cooking professionally for over 15 years. Trained as a master food preserver in 2011, Hae Jung teaches kimchi making and other food preservation classes across Greater Los Angeles. She is the Secretary of the Culinary Historians of Southern California, and a lazy gardener at the Crenshaw Community Garden. For more information, check out "Hae Jung's Kimchi Club" on Facebook and find her Kimchi recipe in the recently released cookbook, The New Homemade Kitchen
Roshni Kavate is Founder and Creative Director of Cardamom and Kavate. A startup dedicated to reclaiming nourishing practices rooted in ancestral wisdom for collective liberation. She believes grief is a portal to wholeness. Through food, spirituality and art we can reconnect and be our wild selves. She sees the path to being whole as a radical art and social justice practice. https://www.cardamomandkavate.com/
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