Voices of Sacred Earth Eco-Festival focuses on natural health, environmental awareness, spiritual development and social responsibility. The Festival takes place at one of New Zealand’s most popular destinations for retreats, conferences and seminars, Kawai Purapura.
The Festival is at Albany on the North Shore, just 15 minutes from Auckland CBD. The underlying philosophy that guides Kawai Purapura’s development is one of harmonious living with the land, arising from an awareness of our oneness with all creation.
Voices of Sacred Earth Eco-Festival is a weekend of seminars, instructional workshops and performances which explore the many indigenous and cultural expressions and spiritualities that have evolved on our planet.
Local and international experts will present the seminars and workshops, while performers in the concerts will showcase the full flowering of these sacred arts.
Kawai Purapura is set in 19 acres of native NZ bush. Alongside the Festival events you can refresh your body and soul with bush walks, dips in the pool and healthy vegetarian feasts.
Workshops, seminars and displays will run from 9:00am until 5:30pm on Saturday and Sunday.
- Indigenous shamanic healing practices
- Thangka – Tibetan silk painting
- Rongoa – traditional Maori medicine
- Performance, Dance, Poetry
- Drumming and Jam Sessions
- Explore your voice
- Taonga Puro – traditional Maori instruments
- Kirtan, Sacred Chants and Gospel Music
- Indigenous oral traditions
- Music, Storytelling and Yoga for Children
PLUS: Friday and Saturday concerts: 7:00pm until … your-energy-level :)
Our vision is to create a healing space wherein people can find their own potential for being well. This vision includes healing programmes for humans, animals, plants and all who live on mother earth.