The Leaf; a timeless symbol of nature, purity, growth and transformation.
Collective; to form a whole; a community or group of entities that share common beliefs, ideas or mindset.
Our focus is on a holistic approach to health, inspired by the ancient indian health systems known as Ayurveda 'the science of living wisely’ and the practice of Yoga, meaning; 'coming together'. We create teas with intention. Ethically sourced, flavourful and functional blends to soothe the inner collective - mind, body and emotion. Deepening an awareness of ourselves and connection to the world around us. We believe, drinking consciously crafted tea and practicing a few minutes of mindfulness each day can significantly improve our health, making us more equipped to cope with the stresses of life.
Our mission is to create a modern tea ritual that combines the benefits of herbal tea and mindfulness, a sanctuary-like tea experience, designed to bring the body and mind into balance. We aim to revive ancient natural health and wellbeing traditions, making them accessible to all and as easy to incorporate into your busy life as your daily cup of tea.
Founder, Emma FitzGerald, has a background in biomedical, health and natural sciences, is a yoga and meditation practitioner with a passion for herbal nutrition, naturopathy and tea ritual.
'I have spent many years researching the positive effects of tea and herbal blends on the body and mind and believe that combining the benefits of herbal tea, with the principles of yoga and mindfulness meditation techniques, to create a simple daily ritual, can improve our health, happiness and longevity. An empowering practice of self-care, that is natural, inexpensive and accessible to all.
I hope to inspire an awareness of the benefits of herbals in maintaining good health. I also offer some simple mindful techniques that may assist you in becoming more mindful, present in the moment and mentally at ease. I believe making them part of our daily life can help us become better equipped to cope with our increasingly demanding lives.'