Indigenous Health & Wellness - First and Foremost Directed by Karena Koria & Milly Grant-Koria RAAH MEDICINALS ESSENTIAL NATIVE MEDICINE by Milly Grant-Koria
"Kia hora te marino, Kia whakapapa pounamu te moana
Hei huarahi mā tātou i te rangi nei, Aroha atu, Aroha mai,
Tātou i a tātou katoa...hui e! Tāiki e!
May peace be widespread, may the sea be like greenstone,
A pathway for us all this day
Let us show respect for each other, for one another,
VIA referral ONLY - Sound Healing
1 hr 30 min1 hour 30 minutes
150 New Zealand dollars
IN PERSON ONLY
This is a meditative opportunity for you to head into trance, rest and allow your body to be in a state of meditation while tones and sounds are set around the body.
The body is set up naturally within frequencies and tones. It is the reason why when specific people sing, or indigenous native chants happen, why your body tingles or shivers at the remembrance within the blood.
Clients report back different results. From pain relief to clarity within the mind, to past life regression, to experiences revisited with healing and clarity, to mystical experiences. It is completely about where you are within your life.
This is completely channeled within spirit speak which is the equations of vowels that are equivalent to piano notes on the body, vowels and placements that equate to particular parts of the body. As a songstress, vocal coach, and spiritual channeller this is the work that is requested of inside of many indigenous shows and theatrical performances in order to ACTIVATE the dancers, performers and those within the space.
You are required to have cleansed before hand, have set aside 45 minutes of stillness before engaging. Arrive with your body full cleansed and oiled.
The session can be deeply meditative, gentle and then extremely emotive.
This session is an IN PERSON ONLY SESSION
Please speak to us directly before booking this session.
Cancellation bookings must be made a minimum of 4 hours prior to session to allow possible rescheduling for clients on our waiting list