Health and healing expo fit for all
An inaugural Kerikeri health and healing expo aims to give residents a boost of wellbeing.
Te Ao Marama Health & Healing Expo will be held at Kingston House on February 11 and 12 from 10am-4pm.
It will feature about 30 practitioners from Northland and Auckland, who will give demonstrations and offer samples of their numerous gifts and talents including rongoa Maori, reiki, crystal healing, spiritual readings, and numerology.
There will also be aura readings, mediums and Wairua journey, a special form of guided meditation.
Rawi Pere and her husband Ngawati Hei Hei, of Nga Ringa Wairua, are hosting the event.
Pere, a Maori healer at Te Whare Wairua Healing Centre, says the aim is to bring health and wellbeing to all cultures and all ages under the one roof.
‘‘People are searching for alternate healing, and we are here to provide that,’’ she says.
‘‘People need to be aware of their options and their health and wellbeing.’’
Practitioners will come from Te Whare Wairua Healing Centre in Kerikeri as well as Russell, Kaikohe, Whangarei and Auckland.
Entry is a gold coin donation. Kingston House is located at 123 Hone Heke Rd, Kerikeri.
Contact Rawi Pere 022 0398495 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Health practitioner Rawi Pere is hosting Kerikeri’s first health and healing expo.