Ngākau Oho “To awaken the holistic self, to rise” – Online sessions
Ngākau Oho Sessions consist of Mahi Rākau (staff) , Mahi Tinana (body movement) , Mahi Hā (breath) and a short clearing/re-generising meditation.
Each session is live via online platforms for approx 45 mins to 1 hour.
You will need a quiet space, a mat , cushion or seat, a Rakau about the size of a broom, and water.
This movement and meditation workshop is a collaboration of traditional Māori healing modalities weaved together to create a space that awakens an awareness to your holistic being.
Participating will foster wellbeing that is attentive to individual and collective experiences of Wairua, Hinengaro, Tinana, and Whānau.
This workshop will help to facilitate more positive experiences that range from healthier ways to approach daily tasks, to shifting trauma that can block energy in the body thus effecting the spiritual health. Sessions are open to all who would like to attend, and will run for one hour.
Morning Sessions Every Monday, Wednesday and Fridays 6am to 7amRegister Morning Sessions
Evening Sessions Start in Winter
Our facilitator is Piripi Morunga.
Ko Ramaroa te maunga
Ko Hokianga te moana
Ko Whirinaki te awa
Ko Moria te marae
Ko Te Hika Tu te hapu
Ko Piripi Prem Haunui Kirton-Morunga ahau
Piripi is a romiromi practitioner working extensively in Aotearoa and the kaitiaki of Te Piha Romiromi and Haunui Creative. Piripi also works with whakairo, and the performing and creative Arts delivering movement/dance, taonga pūoro (Māori instruments/music/healing practices), taiaha (working with rākau/staff), and art wānanga and workshops. Piripi’s recent work is in collaboration with The Dance Studies Department at The University of Auckland and Ngā Waī a te Tūī around Indigenous perspectives on chronic pain, and the relationship between Uhi Moko and Romiromi.
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