When: August 23, 2019 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Where: Elemental Collective Tipi , 7239 Ella Rd. Sooke, BC.
Nature Cultured Dinner Join for a evening of wildcrafted foods and alchemizing songs. Songstress Trisha Spire & Nature’s Chef Tom Kral are collaborating their gifts in a magical evening served up in sacred tipi space. This[…]
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August 23, 2019 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Elemental Collective Tipi
7239 Ella Rd. Sooke
7239 Ella Rd. Sooke
Nature Cultured Dinner
Join for a evening of wildcrafted foods and alchemizing songs. Songstress Trisha Spire & Nature’s Chef Tom Kral are collaborating their gifts in a magical evening served up in sacred tipi space. This is a night to be nourished by nature and tune your vibration. Hosted on the grounds of Elemental Collective this is a land that is used to build a thriving community living in harmony with their environment.
Our menu for the evening will be of fresh gathered local-wild-organic ingredients, sprouted, activated, fermented, gluten free and of coarse made with love! Menu will be posted closer to event, food served tapa style so we cover all dietary preferences from vegan to paleo. Crafted beverages included, wild-fermented and wild teas. If you have allergies or any other dietary concerns please message the chef.
Tom Kral 250.580.0010
6-6:30 Introduction, intention setting
6:30-8:00 Tapas dinner
8:00-8:30 Settling into songs
8:30-9:30 Performance from Trisha
9:30-10:00 Closing circle
What to bring;
- Yoga mat, mattress or cushion
- Back jack (if you have a hard time sitting upright, we will be sitting on the earth)
- Blanket (it may get chilly in the eve)
- Water bottle
- Loved ones and friends
We acknowledge that we hold space on unceded T’Sou-ke territory. We endeavour to honour the land and its treaties by strengthening our relationship and responsibilities to them. Any proceeds made go into saving the land initiative of the Elemental Collective.
Registration is required. Ticket value of $55 will give you access to this magical experience. To reserve your seat, click the ticket link below to check out through simple, safe and secure PayPal. There is limited space for this intimate and unique offering, so be sure to register early if you are feeling called to join us.
Dinner Ticket $55
Parking is recommended on Ella Road: you can pull to the right of the forest edge then walk down our driveway. The address, 7239/7237, marked on driftwood signage is quite visible, but in case you miss it, it’s the 5th driveway down Ella Road to the left. Stay to the right of the house and you will see a trail in the backyard that leads to the tipi. Come in and make yourself a nest.
About your hosts;
Songstress Trisha Spire
From within the woods of Salt Spring Island Songstress Trisha Spire shares her musical offerings where she is called. Songs are woven in homage to the elements. She weaves words and melodies harvested with a listening heart in communication with the natural world. She translates what is gifted to her by animal allies, and what is foraged while journeying with the sub and collective consciousness… A skill passed onto her by her mother, a hypnotherapist. She offers these creations with her voice, cello and loop pedal. In her community of Salt Spring Island, she holds freestyle circles for women, as well as one on one vocal re-awakening coaching, and group crystal bowl sound baths. Stay tuned with her offerings by liking her page.
Nature’s Chef, Tom Kral
Over 20 years of professional cooking experience and a bloodline of cooks has evolved Tom Kral into Nature’s Chef. From a child growing up in a European deli and spending time at the family cottage, camping and foraging played a important role of his life that developed a deep connection with nature. Following his passion for cooking it led him down a path of being trained by some of the worlds best chefs, then to owner of a renowned restaurant and catering business in Toronto, ON. After a chef burn out and a awakening he finally came to settle in supernatural BC because of the irresistible call for the wild. His passion for putting medicine back into our food quickly grew into a whole new genre of dining experience, which he delivers to others through edutainment.