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TE PUAWAITANGA O TE KAKANO - The Blossoming Of New Beginnings

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Brisbane Anglican Maori Mission

99 Bromley Street

Cornubia, QLD 4130

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WELCOMING ALL INDIGENOUS AND NON-INDIGENOUS PEOPLE - Tupuna korero or the stories of our ancestors speak of a connectedness within the origins of all aspects of our tangible and intangible worlds. Within that space of origin, the seeds of all new beginnings are found. Through the assistance of karakia, waiata, story-telling and experiential participation, participants will be guided to reconnect back to self and atua through several modes of Healing Arts in an intimate setting.

Presented to you by a collective of Healers whom have answered the call to share their journey of healing. Having travelled from Aotearoa to attend the 4 Winds Gathering in Kupidabin, they have been asked to open a shared space to continue to share their story and guidance about working in the sacred space of healing.

NAU MAI HAERE MAI

Healing Arts to be shared

Working with uku (clay), Raranga (weaving), Mirimiri (soft tissue bodywork), Romiromi (Deep tissue bodywork), Rongoa (plant medicine and associations to mind, body, spirit, plant/tree tonic Medicine), energy work, korero (story-telling, discussions, sharing) and more…

Who is presenting at the event?

Heeni Kerekere, Birgit Baader, Maria Davey, Hira Kaiwai, Justine Rangihaeata, Tania Martin & guest presenters from Australia to be announced. Find more information on presenters here (scroll down).




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DATE: Friday 10th November – Sunday 12th November 2017

VENUE & CATERING HOSTS: Te Rau Oriwa - B.A.M,M. Inc

ADDRESS: 99 Bromley Street, Cornubia, Qld 4130 Australia

VENUE & ACCOMMODATION: Te Rau Oriwa – Brisbane Anglican Maori Mission Inc

ARRIVAL TIME: 5.30pm (Friday) POWHIRI: (Welcoming Maori Ceremony) 5.45pm

CONCLUDING: 3pm (Sunday)

THIS EVENT IS LIMITED TO 30 PARTICIPANTS




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FEE EXCHANGE

EARLY BIRD (finishing 27 October 2017): waged $250; student/concession with ID $200

AFTER EARLY BIRD: waged $300; student/concession with ID $250

Please get in touch with Margret (contact details below) if you want to participate and need to discuss financial hardship.

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For all enquiries please refer to the Event page – Te Puawaitanga o te Kakano Waananga or contact Margret: +61400 683828; email: margretleathart@gmail.com




VENUE & ACCOMMODATION

Te Rau Oriwa – Brisbane Anglican Maori Mission Inc

You will be sleeping at the Wharenui (Big-house), Marae-style: collectively, sleeping on mattresses on the floor, set up in a circle around the walls. Alternatively, you are welcome to BYO Tent to camp on the grounds. Please let us know as soon as possible which option you choose.

Toilet and shower amenities are available to meet personal requirements.

Catering will be personally prepared by Te Rau Oriwa - Errol Anderson & Company. Please let us know if you have any special dietary requirements.

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