Due to the Covid 19 situation this event has been postponed.
Introduction to Maori Healing - Queeenstown - scheduled for Sunday 29th March - postponed to Sunday 7th June 2020
The Manaaki Mama whānau of Healers returns in MARCH 2020 with another offering of this incredibly popular Introduction to Māori Healing workshop.
Tauira/student participants for this workshop will be welcomed to the central location of the Queenstown Events Centre to learn about Māori healing modalities including Mirimiri; Romiromi and Rongoā Māori.
This is a ONE DAY workshop (9 hours) where Tauira/Students learn about
~ Karakia - prayer, blessings and divine connection
~ Purea/Whakawatea - cleansing and clearing sacred spaces
~ Protection, Permissions and Cost
~ Tapu and Noa
~ Māori diagnostic systems
~ Elemental magick
~ Mareikura/Whatukura - Divine Feminine and Masculine energies
~ Clearings and Activations and much, much more.
The day will take tauira deep into the realms of Māori Healing; delving into the holistic model of Māori Healing as experienced through the lens of Te Ao Māori - the Māori world view.
Participants will have an opportunity to experience Mirimiri and to gain "hands on" experience under the guidance of Manaaki Mama, Chelita Kahutianui Zainey and her divinely selected crew of Māori Healers.
Tauira will also receive|
~ A comprehensive printed work book
~ Personal activations and healings
~ Hands-on experience
~ A beautiful high vibe shared lunch
~ Rongoā Māori Sampling
~ A custom blended Manaaki Mama Rongoā Māori gift
This is an OPEN AND ALL INCLUSIVE event so all ages, genders and cultures are welcome to attend. All levels of practitioners are also welcome.
A selection of high vibe dishes will be provided for lunch but in the true nature of whanaungatanga, we also ask participants to bring something to share with everyone.
Our first workshop at the beautiful Lake Hayes was a truly unique experience for all involved and we look forward to sharing this kaupapa once again with everyone.
If you have any queries please feel free to contact us
M| +64 22 101 4229
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