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Tuatinitini

Tuatinitini

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When:

  • Sat 6 Apr, 10:00am – 5:00pm

Where:

Manchester Unity Hall, 26 Walding Street, Palmerston North

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Tuatinitini: $130.00

“Remembering who you Are” has been the message and motto behind Ancient Resonance projects, events, classes, groups, workshops, mentoring and healing experiences for over two years. Within the last 7 months – a need has grown to connect with other publicly visible, trusted and established people who all give something of themselves via the work they do for others whether that be in a healing, reading or mentoring capacity of some description.

The word “tuatinitini” describes the many strands required to create. In the context of this event then, Tuatinitini is a metaphorical day long “cruise” headed by six incredible women – each contributing a strand of lived and trained knowledge as a means to create a connective, joyful, healing and restorative experience for all those who wish to attend.

Our day together will include creative & intuitive dynamics, healing experiences, and mini workshops including: interactive sound journeys, group healing experiences, yoga, tea leaf reading demonstration plus mini workshops on kupenga making, plus discussion & practicals with Reiki, and First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand®..

As bookings for this exciting adventure are limited, you are urged to make your non-refundable deposit early. This will secure your place with us for the day. Although flexible payment options are available – please note any outstanding balance must be paid prior to the 28th March. Deposits due Thursday the 21st March.

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