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Maori Healing Workshop One

Maori Healing Workshop One

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  • Sat 9 Sep ’17, 10:00am – 11:30pm


EIT Hastings Learning Centre, 215 Railway Rd, Hastings


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Maori Healing Workshop 1: $100.00


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In the Maori culture, we are spiritual beings having an earthly experience and use the healing powers of our ancestors, to heal our selves as a whanau (family).

Mother Earth - Papatuanuku and her progeny align themselves with us in our healing work so that we may become one with our ancestral wisdom.

The metaphysical world of Maori healing can be very complex when we try to figure things out in the mind therefore when we focus on the breath and silence the mind, we can access the intuitive wisdom of the Tohuna, the sower of the seeds of intuitive wisdom that we each possess within.

These workshops are designed to build upon the spiritual gifts and abilities that you need to intuitively diagnose, clear, heal and maintain your own holistic well-being and balance.

There are 10 introductory workshops starting soon that have a focus on ARO - focus HA - breath. By practising ARO - HA we learn to breath and slow down the emotional turmoil so that we can live our lives to our full potential.

The workshops are 1 and a half hours in duration and are for people at all levels so that you can get the tools you need to build upon your very own healing toolbox. These ten workshops are a pre-requisite for the Whatumanwa workshops which are more in-depth and challenging.

Workshop 1:
Learn about some of the ancient mother energies of aroha (unconditional love of the whanau) who are the divine feminine source of universal healing. Ignite your very own source of power, the infinite spiritual intelligence within to heal and be healed.

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