Wayapa Wuurrk Women’s Full Moon Gathering

2 Hours
South Coast, New South Wales
Wellness
Year Round
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Join Dharawal woman, Jaz Corr, for a Wayapa Wuurrk Women’s Full Moon Gathering.  A practice and gathering of harmony within the environment, through a combination of Earth mindfulness, narrative meditation, a series of physical movements and taking action to look after the planet, Wayapa® provides a sense of belonging to the Earth while creating holistic well-being.

Location

The majority of Wayapa Wuurrk Women’s Full Moon Gathering are held in Kiama, Dharawal.

What to expect

EARTH MIND BODY SPIRIT WELLBEING

“We are living in a time of much change but what never changes is our need for connection to the Earth, to a like-minded tribe and our natural self.”

Wayapa® is an earth connection practice that is based on ancient Indigenous wisdom that focuses on taking care of the Earth as the starting point for creating Earth Mind Body Spirit Well-being.

Living in harmony with their environment is what sustained Australian Aboriginal people to be one of the world’s oldest, continuous living culture – for over 100,000 years!

Today, for most of us, we have become disconnected from our environment, from our tribe, from our food and from our Spirit. Through a combination of Earth mindfulness, narrative meditation, a series of physical movements and taking action to look after the planet, Wayapa® provides a sense of belonging to the Earth while creating holistic well-being.

Wayapa® is about creating a different lifestyle but for those just starting, it can be done as a physical practice, sitting or standing, or as a narrative meditation to slow us right down to sit in the stillness of nature.

Women's Full Moon Gathering

Join Wayapa Wuurrk practitioner Dharawal woman Jaz Corr, in sharing ancient Indigenous wisdom that focuses on taking care of the Earth as the starting point for creating Earth Mind Body Spirit Well-being. A practice and gathering of harmony within the environment, through a combination of Earth mindfulness, narrative meditation, a series of physical movements. Wayapa® provides a sense of belonging to the Earth while creating holistic well-being.

Creating a safe women’s gathering harnessing the power of "self" and the full moon.

As an accredited Wayapa Wuurrk Practitioner since 2019, Jaz has experience in delivering Wayapa Wuurrk as Educational Programs, Staff Development Programs, University Programs, NAIDOC Programs, Reconciliation Week Programs, Studio Practice, Online Practice, Private Practice for Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal participants.

What is included

Please note this is a female only experience. All ages are welcome, we have had preschoolers, primary and high school girls attend.

Please click the Book Now button to check availability and pricing on your preferred date.

Women's Full Moon Gathering is being held on the full moon: 2022 dates are as follows:

  • April 17th, Sunday 10 AM Spring Creek
  • June 14th, Tuesday5.30 PM South Bombo
  • November 8th, Tuesday 5.30 PM Spring Creek
  • December 8th, Thursday 5.30 PM South Bombo

Time and Location varies due to weather conditions. The majority of Wayapa Wuurrk Women’s Full Moon Gathering are held in Kiama, Dharawal.

Meeting point

Time and Location varies due to weather conditions. section_meetingPoint will be confirmed 2 days prior to the session.

What to bring

Yoga mat

YOUR EXPERIENCE PROVIDER

Jasmine Corr

Ready for an experience you won't forget?