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Introduction to Rongoā Māori - Level One


Sat 27 Feb 2021, 9:00am–5:00pm

Where: Okuti Valley Hall, Okuti Valley Road, Banks Peninsula, Christchurch District

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Fully Waged: $182.88 ($175.00 + $7.88 fees)
  • Student/Unwaged: $126.50 ($120.00 + $6.50 fees)
  • Whānau: $231.05 ($222.00 + $9.05 fees)
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Listed by: manaakimama1

A one-day workshop which takes participants through the tikanga and practice of identifying, collecting, gathering and using Native plants for medicinal use.

This event begins with a morning hikoi or journey through the beautiful Manaia Reserve to identify plants used in Rongoā Māori practice.
Kai Rongoā and Manaaki Mama, Chelita Zainey, will engage participants in learning and growing their knowledge around the pono or right way to cultivate, collect, gather and protect rakau used in Rongoā Māori.

After lunch we will look at the many ways in which we can utilise Rongoā for our own and whanau wellbeing.

Tauira will receive |
~ An immersive ngahere/bush experience learning about Rongoā Māori
~ A complete and safe understanding of the tikanga and kawa surrounding Rongoā Māori
~ A comprehensive introduction into plant identification and uses
~ Indepth and detailed workbook
~ MM Rongoā Māori gift

$175 all inclusive
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We will supply some healthy kai to share for lunch but we also ask tauira to bring some kai to share with everyone.

For any enquiries please feel free to message or email
Ngāmihi mahana

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