Sat 22 June 9-10am
Sat 22 June 11:00am-12:00pm
Outdoors at the Rail Trail clearing, Regent St opp Railway Place
Originating in Aboriginal wisdom, Wayapa is sometimes called Aboriginal yoga. Join practitioner Thaedra Frangos, a Wemba Wemba and Dhudhuroa woman who teaches this gentle physical movement and meditation practice. Wayapa is for everyone, all ages and levels, Indigenous and non-Indigenous. It promotes reconnection with the earth as a starting point for wellness and healing, based on the understanding that Aboriginal people have lived in harmony with the earth for more than 65,000 years.
Thaedra is a registered Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist, qualified Senior Yoga Teacher, Meditation Instructor, registered Wayapa Wuurrk© (earth connection) instructor and qualified lawyer. Thaedra is inspired by extensive explorations of the body, mind and soul through movement, dance, feeling, nature, yoga, somatic meditation, Biodynamic Craniosacral therapy, ongoing research, Indigenous healing wisdom and embodied mindfulness. Thaedra’s unique approach is to support clients with tailored skills and resources drawing on various modalities and to encourage health to shine through.
Thaedra is known for her ability to hold a generous, safe, compassionate and impartial space for clients to feel and explore what is going on at a deep level resulting in greater access to health. Thaedra’s treatments encompass consideration of the whole person and invoke a feeling of being held, supported and listened to inspiring trust in the wisdom of the body and our innate healing power.
**This session is planned for outdoors, but we will move indoors to the Reardon Theatre if the weather is bad!
Dress warm and bring a yoga mat or towel. Tickets available here or on the day.