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Connection To Country Immersion

with Eve White  | 28 October 6.30pm-8.00pm | Eveleigh | $50
Join us for a 90 minute immersion of breathwork, dance, qi-gong meditation, yaaning and Wayapa wurrk.
This is a barefoot, mat free, open mind and heart event, we look forward to connecting with you there.
This experiential connection to country workshop is for those who have worked online with us, those that wish to join us in the future, and anyone else who is curious to deepen their awareness of this sacred land and experience some wellness practices to connect with themselves, each other and this beautiful land we meet on.
ABOUT YOUR HOSTS
Eve White
Wiradjuri/Irish/Scottish/Mexican/Danish woman, Yoga Instructor, Professional Dancer, Indigenous Cultural Educator, MermaidFit creator, storyteller and Mother of 4.
Eve’s heart lies through the creative expression within the physical form, with healing and energizing to bring the body into ultimate health. In Eve’s 20 year career as a creative mover, she has choreographed, directed and produced her own personal and collective performances. After studying the ancient forms of yoga and chi-gong, Eve was reconnected to her ancestral Aboriginal Roots. Eve has been supporting aboriginal woman to find their healing journey through yoga and health. Eve has recently completed her Integrative health practitioner level 1 course with Dr Stephan Cabral.

In 2020 Eve was asked by Yoga Australia to join the Reciprocity Action Plan (RAP) Group and is now bringing Indigenous conversations and cultural awareness into Yoga spaces. Eve is a director of Ngungwalah Aboriginal Corporation, creating cultural awareness units for yoga teacher training within Australia and to create scholarships for training Aboriginal people in Yoga and Wayapa Wuurrk.

Eve is excited about making nutritious meals using old ways of tribal foods from her Wiradjuri ancestry. Combining all of these beautiful practices, Eve created Connection to Country interweaving a unique sensory journey to connect participants with the self, connecting people from all walks of life to these beautiful ancient cultures to bring about healing and mindfulness. Eve’s classes are energetic and timely, themed with the universal energy connecting to earth acknowledging the traditional custodians of this beautiful land. If one person is suffering then we all are. If our land, water or sky is sick then we all are. I want to heal and be healed through culture and connection.

Jem Stone
Jem Stone is First Nations Representative, who has been gratefully living on Wurundjeri Country since 2011. Working in the wellness industry for over twenty years, Jem is a Wayapa Wuurrk Practitioner and Trainer, Rebirthing Breathwork Therapist and Educator, creates and facilitates workshops to various audiences, from the corporate arena to pre-school aged children. Jem is trained in Yoga, We-Al-Li Culturally Informed Trauma Therapy, Dadirri, Meditation, as well as Counselling and Sound Healing, which combined her love of Mother Nature and Sound, creating much of her music from field recordings on Country. Jem has seen first-hand the profound healing benefits of these modalities whilst immersed in Nature and is also in collaboration with Forest Therapy Victoria. With this experience Jem now refers to herself as a Connector, Creator and Educator.
Jem considers herself an Earth Custodian and acknowledges all her ancestral roots that include: Indigenous Australian, Native American, Afro Caribbean, English, Irish and Scottish.
Jem was invited to speak at a World Indigenous Summit in New Zealand in 2017 which affirmed her vision to integrate Ancient Indigenous Wisdom into our modern day lives with hopes of bringing healing to Mother Earth and all people.
Jem Stone arrived in healing spaces and the wellness industry through her own personal healing journey, inspiring her to create her business ‘Wayah Wellness’ to share the healing benefits she’s experienced first-hand. ‘‘Wayah” means “fly” in the language of the Bundjalung peoples of Northern NSW. ‘Wayah Wellness’ holds the vision of wellness and connection, creating access to healing through respectful relationships for all socio-economic and minority groups, who may not ordinarily access mainstream wellness practices. “When we can fly to new heights, rise above and observe life from a birds eye view, we can gain fresh perspectives on what no longer seems too big to heal”.
Jem co-created ‘Rebirthing Breathwork Australia’ in 2019 to train and certify new practitioners with her internationally accredited course to awaken the profound healing power of conscious connected breathing within mainstream society.
In 2020 Jem was asked by Yoga Australia to join the Reciprocity Action Plan (RAP) Group and is now bringing Indigenous conversations and cultural awareness into Yoga spaces. Jem is a director of Ngungwalah Aboriginal Corporation, creating cultural awareness units for yoga teacher training within Australia and to create scholarships for training Aboriginal people in Yoga and Wayapa Wuurrk.
Jem is a keen advocate for social justice and is a founding member of ‘Uneasy Convos’, bringing awareness and conversations of racial issues and social justice to the forefront of Australian conversations, to dismantle systemic racism in all areas of our society.