Nov 16, Port Orchard, WA: Herbs for Spiritual Development

Herbs for Spiritual Development

Health, Longevity & Enlightenment

with Ganga and Tara

Sunday Afternoon, November 16th       from  1:00pm – 3:00pm
Renaissance House 
Alternative & Holistic Health – Performing Arts Education 
5829 SW 44th St, Port Orchard, 98367
Voluntary donations heartfully accepted – no one turned away


Herbs have been used for thousands of years by Buddhist and Taoist Sages to enhance metal clarity, promote longevity and attain Enlightenment.   Hands on demonstration of raw herbs, brewings techniques and the creating of elixers. Also tea tasting and practical applications for you.  Great stories, powerpoint visuals, and  samples of the various dried herbs. learn various simple preparation of herbs and where to get in LA. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Ganga and Tara have traveled to China with Master Herbalist Ron Teeguardan to study tonic herbalism.   They teach about superior herbs for preventing illness, promoting longevity and enlightenment.   Ganga first met Master Ron Teeguardan in the 90’s and became a direct apprentice and a tonic herbalist Tea Master, working with Dragon Herbs.   Both Ganga and Tara have studied and experienced herbalism for many years and also studied with a Master Aurvedic Doctor from the Royal family of Kerala, India.  As well as, studying with Grandfather Cachora, a Yaqui Indian healer and master herbalist who has indepth knowledge of 4000 herbs from Mexico and South America. Today they will explain the philosophy and tradition used in Asia by Buddhist and Daoist sages and Zen masters to promote radiant health, meditation, enhance longevity, and enlightenment.


Ganga and Tara are an American born yogi and yogini who have studied Advaita, Vedanta, Zen, Taoism, Tibetan Buddhism, Sufism and Native American spiritual traditions. They have been fortunate to study with many great teachers and have devoted their lives to being of service by teaching spiritual development in the West. They represent a totally Universal spiritual approach that is non-sectarian, non-dogmatic and not limited to any one teacher or spiritual path.

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