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International Women’s Day Celebration with Tea & Poetry

Join Taniya Gupta from YogaTeaPoetry and Traci Levy from Tea Infusiast for an online International Women’s Day Celebration with Tea and Poetry!*


International Women’s Day, officially honored every year on March 8th, was created in 1911. It’s a day to focus our attention on creating, “a gender equal world. A world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination…that’s diverse, equitable, and inclusive.” It promotes “a world where difference is valued and celebrated” (

Overview: International Women’s Day Event

Our International Women’s Day Celebration will focus on the imagery of Seeds, Roots, and Flowers. Through these images, we will explore:

  • the women who have supported us, 
  • how we support ourselves, and
  • the legacy we are creating 

Our International Women’s Day Celebration with Tea and Poetry features a guided steep, thematic journaling, and sipping tea in community. It also includes empowering poetry written and read by Taniya Gupta, author of What Will People Say.

Details: Celebration with Tea & Poetry

Symbol for our International Women's Day Event--a flower showing seeds and leaves.

Event date: Saturday, March 2, 2024 [Note: This event has passed.]

Event time: 1:00 – 2:15pm EST

Ticket: $20 USD / $25 CAD

10% of ticket sales will be donated to: Nomi Network – an organization focused on ending human trafficking

Your Hosts for International Women’s Day

Taniya Gupta is a yogi, poet, and tea enthusiast. What Will People Say, her first book of poetry, was published in 2024. Her work explores feminism, mental health, and patriarchal traditions, and acts as a means of connection and healing. Taniya also organizes tea-related events and publishes a newsletter. You can find her online at YogaTeaPoetry.

Traci Levy is a tea blogger, educator, and communiTEA experience organizer. Her events focus on connecting people with and through tea, and engaging with tea as a rest practice. She is also Director of Gender & Sexuality Studies at a small liberal arts college. Traci publishes a monthly newsletter, Tea Infusiast News.

Taniya and Traci are both proud graduates of Being Tea Teacher Training for Educators.

Click the button, above, to go to the event registration page at YogaTeaPoetry. [Note: Registration is no longer open as the event has passed.]

We’d love to have you join us! Why not take some time for yourself and for gratitude? (Read my post “Complicating ‘You Can’t Pour From an Empty Cup'” for a little inspiration.)

*We define “women” inclusively. Anyone who supports gender inclusivity and equality may sign up while spaces last.

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