- Event Start5:30pm Tuesday 24th April 2018
- Event End8:30pm Tuesday 24th April 2018
- Event LocationTI-PI FORESHORE
- Event OrganiserSALT Festival
- [email protected]
Ngahuia Trewartha Civil Celebrant brings years of experience into creating ceremonies for community, Marriage Ceremony, blessing mamas to be, rite of passage for brides to be, naming days & setting sacred beautiful spaces. Visit Ngahuias recent blog for all ceremony offerings.
Aotearoa (NZ) born Spiritual Wellbeing Mentor & Entrepreneur Ngahuia Trewartha started her business with an optimistic heart over 12 years ago.
Ngahuia is a mother of two & partner of a loving man began sharing Spiritual Wellness & Guidance in the community of Port Lincoln SA.
Ngahuia, having shared a good part of her childhood living on the lakes of Rotoiti with her beautiful & witty grandmother, was nurtured into the traditional healing arts of Tinana (body) Hinengaru (mind) Wairua (spirit). Being in service for traditional Maori Ceremonies with her grandmother is where Ngahuia accredits her way of working with individuals and communities today.
A special edition, pre twilight event at Rogue and Rascal. Start your evening gathered around our table of ohana to share delish-dishes, non alcoholic beverages and hui. Moana Moon Ceremony to follow on for those who wish to continue on with our Rua Option: TIME: 5:30pm – 6:45pm
A beautiful gathering under the tipi for guided meditation, smudge stick making & Moana Moon medicine tea & wellbeing package of your own to receive. Ngahuia will offer teachings of her cultural ceremonies in connecting to Moana (ocean) with ebb & flow. This New Moon ceremony inspires new beginnings whilst sharing Tea Ceremony and Weaving Medicine. Be welcomed into sacred space & ceremony. TIME: 7:00pm – 8:30pm
THE KAHUNA PACKAGE:
The Tahi and Rua options bundled into one – a night of food and ceremony. TIME: 5:30pm – 8:45pm
All Credit Card Payments incur a $1.00 Booking Fee (?) and Service Fee (?)
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This event is organised by SALT Festival. For more information please contact SALT Festival on 0459340001