December 15th 4 – 6pm
This will be our community end-of-year event. Everybody is welcome and we hope you can join us. There is no yoga involved so feel free to invite friends and family who may enjoy this opportunity. Jerome will explain some of the history and stories about these ancient Maori musical instruments then we can enjoy the experience of the sound-bath. For this, you are welcome to sit or lie down in Savasana and fully immerse yourself as the healing sounds wash through you. We also held this event last year and everyone who came loved it.
'These beautiful sounds allow for a journey into self, by creating a safe and nurturing space. In a fast-paced busy world, Oro Atua gives us an opportunity for reflection and self-healing through the vibrational power of natures sound.'
Taonga Puoro - Traditional Maori musical instruments reflect the sound of our natural environment from the mountains, rivers, land to the sea. Our ancestors used these instruments in days gone by as tools to heal and promote a healthy body, mind and spirit. Taonga Puoro holds the vibration of the natural world and when played this vibration resonates within us and helps to reconnect to the intelligence and power of nature.
Experience Jeromes collection of around 40 unique and rare Maori musical instruments from the Nguru- Whales tooth nose flute to the Porutu Pounamu- Greenstone long flute. The Koauau Toroa, albatross wing bone flute to the unique Putorino a cocoon shaped trumpet flute made from the mighty totara tree.