24 – 26 June 2016
Nature is always lovely, invincible, glad,
Whatever is done and suffered by her creatures.
All scars she heals, whether in rocks or water or sky or hearts.
– John Muir
We will explore Nature’s Healing Matrix and how the sacred plant medicine of Aotearoa can gently restore balance and harmony to all aspects of our being. Learn how vibrational medicine and the native plants of Aotearoa can create, maintain and sustain holistic wellbeing, including their potential to: Transform disharmonious attitudes, emotions, mindsets and conditioning; Clear trauma held in the energy body and the cellular consciousness; Balance, strengthen, protect and energise the chakras; Release fears, beliefs and limiting programmes held at the DNA level and; Support the soul’s journey of growth and evolution.
You will have an opportunity to make a personalised flower essence blend for yourself (or for someone else) during the weekend. The cost of the flower essence remedy (25ml treatment bottle, one months supply) is included in the workshop fee. Additional flower essence remedies are $25. The workshop begins 6pm Friday night and ends at 2pm on Sunday afternoon.
Cost: $200 ($175 if registered and paid in full more than 7 days before the workshop starts). This includes accomodation, food, a cook and a personlised flower essece remedy.
Plus Dana (Donation) for Teresa
Teresa will be available for private consultations in Nelson on Monday 27th June, please contact her to book an appointment.
Teresa is passionate about holistic wellbeing. In 2012 she trained in New Zealand Native Flower Essence Therapy and has been practicing as a First Light Flower Essence of New Zealand practitioner for the past four years working with adults and children.
Since January 2015 Teresa has been studying with the Institute of Psychosynthesis and is currently training to become a Psychosynthesis Counsellor and Guide. Teresa has been studying with the Medicine Woman Centre of Shamanic Studies since 2011 under the tutelage of Master Shaman and Medicine Woman Franchelle Ofsoské-Wyber.
Before focusing on her passion for holistic wellbeing Teresa worked in the creative arts, education and local government. She has experience in governance, strategic planning, fundraising, event and project management, communications, marketing and promotion. Teresa has also been involved in environmental activism and public heath issues in the Taranaki region.
In 1999 Teresa first visited Wangapeka Retreat and Study Centre, which she now considers her spiritual home. She has been studying and practicing Buddha Dharma since 2005, recieving teachings from a number of Tibetan and Western teachers from different traditions. She meet her principle teacher Bonni Ross in 2013 and continues to receive much inspiration from Bonni.
Teresa lives with her 7 year old son in the heart of Omata, a small rural village near New Plymouth in Taranaki. She lives on a 1/4 acre property that she is developing into a medicine garden and food forest. She enjoys growing food, creating art, playing her shakuhachi flute and exploring wild and untamed places.
Phone: 027 4543585