We are so honored to be hosting a day with three extraordinary indigenous Maori healers from Aotearoa, New Zealand, as they travel the globe sharing and teaching their healing arts. More details on our Meetup Group
Experience the ancient Te Oomai Reia healing of the Maori’s of New Zealand… a chance to release toxic build up, tension, stress and pain and awaken our original radiant blueprint. More details below.
The session times are:
10:00am – 11:00am
11:00am – 12noon
12noon – 1:00pm
2:30 – 3:30pm
3:30 – 4:30pm
Bring a towel and suit if you want to go in the hot tub afterwards.
A donation of $150 (a tremendous value) is requested. You’re welcome to pay at the time of your appointment… Cash is preferable.
Please contact Mikaele and Rudi to book a session and get directions: Call 415-999-9414
Sessions are filling up quick as this opportunity is only available for one day in this area… please call soon to secure a space
SESSIONS: MONDAY OCTOBER 17th IN MILL VALLEY
Some of the techniques that will be employed extend back 12,000 years or more, and are designed to psychically restructure the body-mind through deep-tissue energy release.. deeper than what is usually understood by the term “deep-tissue.” Many have found these sessions to mark the beginning of a new life emotionally, physically, mentally and spiritually. Some have made life-changing shifts within just one session. The healing employs aboriginal knowledge of astrology and tools from nature, as well as spiritual insight…(more about the work below)
They work (individually) on several people at once.. there will be 3 sessions simultaneously in the same space. The healers are psychically connected and work on all levels for this very physical body/mind/spirit work.
MORE ON THE ANCIENT ART OF MAORI HEALING:
TE OOMAI REIA:
Te Oomai Reia is an ancient Maori art of healing passed from generation to generation…
Te Oomai Reia can be gentle, rhythmic, and light but often involves working with deep tissue alignment, pressure points, nerve centers and muscle tissue. This stimulates the internal organs, bones, blood, and muscles; releases and removes toxic build up and waste; and relieves tension, stress, and pain in the body. This is replaced with nourishing energy and vitality, increased circulation and muscle-tone, balance and ‘soul lightness.’ Each release awakens a radiant source of wisdom for the individual, allowing one to engage in life with understanding and compassion for the self. The body knows its own original blueprint (perfection) and with the cellular memory (DNA), will work to achieve this state.
To bring nature back into the healing process, we use natural tools such as:
Rakau: certain woods / trees
Kohatu: stones / crystals, our major one being the Pounama (green stone)
Rongoaa: earth medicines from plants / roots / bark
Moana: the sea as a cleanser and healer
Pap-tuanuku: Earth Mother, and Ranginul: Skyfather, and
Ringaringa: hands, our most valuable tools
Te Oomai Reia is a communal process whereby there may be one, two, or more therapists working on one client at the same time. An adage used is: “To knowingly heal the one, is to heal the many.”
Maori healing techniques are magical in nature, employing “TE REO,” the voices of nature, through a very deep-tissue bodywork. These ancient practices clear, release and energize one’s entire being:
Mirimiri: the healing process that works on all 4 dimensions. It connects the Tohunga (Shaman healer) to the 12th realm where, in Maori mythology, Taane climbed his way to uplift the 3 kete (baskets) of sacred knowledge.
Koo Miri: the process of koorerorero (talking) is used to find the core emotional bindings that are behind physical, psychological or mental ailments, and that dis-able, dis-empower and keep us in dis-chord and dis-ease. Through the use of the Whatumanawa (the third eye), one is able to identify issues and bring about change, as well as healing.
Taa Miri: is to read and listen to the body.
This is mainly where we see the trauma trapped within the body. For example:
Calves – primary relationships and heavy metals
Hip bones – imbalance of energy, male / female energy
Upper arms – pain in this area indicates a lack of self-nurturing
Romiromi: the use of elbows, hands, knees, feet, raakau (stick / wood), kohatu/toka (stones) and
moana (seawater), to do a very deep-tissue body work.
Matekite Mahi: clairvoyance and spiritual insight
WORDS FROM ATARANGI, ONE OF THE VISITING MAORI:
“How does one explain a Life-changing occurrence? I am not sure. What I do know is that the techniques we work with are as old as the ancient Chinese acupuncture and acupressure points. They are older than the l
omilomi (or points) of Hawaii. The haemata (or points) that we work on are usually where the blocks are in a person. We pick this up using our internal radar so to speak, or the person shares with us where he/she is
feeling sore or blocked.”
“In a great number of cases, the healing is instantaneous, yet the body, because of its density and need to understand or be in control of what happened, has a time lag. That means that it takes time to readjust to
the way it used to be (to its original blueprint of health). With Mirimiri (Maori Healing) it may take an hour, two hours or twenty minutes.”
“When we “read” a persons body, we know almost instantly what is required, where to go, what pressure. Most times a heavy pressure is used to ensure that the block is opened and will continue to flow.”
“What we do is work the other bodies too (not just the physical, as many people concentrate on now), with the ultimate aim of having the spiritual body open and flowing. We use different amounts of energy to move
the emotional traumas that are ready to be released. We see ourselves as no more than the instruments of change.”