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Wayapa Wuurrk

Thank you to the inspiring Rebecca Dunn who spoke at our Mental Health Professionals Network meeting we hosted last night. She spoke about Wayapa Wuurrk that encourages us to all to connect to the earth to heal.

We live in a digital and fast-paced world, connected to each other by technology. However, we’ve become less connected to ourselves and to the planet. Wayapa meditation aims to change that.

Wayapa is a form of mediation and mindfulness that, through Aboriginal eyes, combines movement with narrative and deep breathing techniques to connect to the earth to the spirit. The practice is over 80,000 years old!

It’s based on the belief that a strong healthy earth gives a strong body, mind and spirit.

To find out more visit https://wayapa.com or www.rebeccadunn.com

Rebecca Dunn healing health