Tiwaiwaka – Restoring the Mauri of the Whenua with Graedon Parker - CANCELLED
This event has been cancelled.

Graedon Parker presents Tiwaiwaka – Restoring the Mauri of the Whenua
Ka ora te whenua, ka ora te tangata - When the land is well, the people will be well.

Building on the lifelong work of Rongoa Maori practitioner Rob McGowan (Pa Ropata), join Graedon for an interactive workshop covering the burgeoning Tiwaiwaka Movement – a set of principles and ideas to give us hope for the regeneration of our environment and the survival of generations to follow us.

2020 is a time of listening, listening to hear, and hearing to take action. This workshop is the beginning of the journey, connecting to the whenua, introducing participants to the world of Rongoa Maori, and the 6 Tiwaiwaka principles as a way to move forward in true unification.
There is a new (and ancient) awareness, that Papatuanuku (Earth) is our living breathing Mother, and all of the creatures, plants and trees that inhabit this planet are our brothers and sisters. We are the Potiki (last born) and being part of that family, we must care for them.

Graedon is an award winning artist, entrepreneur and protector of the natural world. His creative leadership has played a pivotal role in the success of enterprise/social movement - Organic Mechanic, which has grown to become a leader in the health & wellness collective in Aotearoa, with its flagship product – OM Kombucha stocked in over bars, cafes, and stores throughout Aotearoa.

Graedon is also involved in the hemp industry, founding Hemp For Victory to increase awareness of the healing potential of hemp/cannabis in particular it's positive contribution to human nutrition and environmental regeneration.

Graedon is a Fellow of the Edmund Hillary Fellowship, a global community of entrepreneurs, investors and artists creative positive change based in Aotearoa NZ.
Cost: FREE
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tiwaiwaka cancelled
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Takapuna Library, 9 The Strand, Takapuna
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