Health and heal­ing expo fit for all

The Bay Chronicle - - FRONT PAGE - STAFF RE­PORTER

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 raw­ipere@hot­mail.com

Health prac­ti­tioner Rawi Pere is host­ing Kerik­eri’s first health and heal­ing expo.

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