I am an actress, danser, director, teacher, organizer...
One of my great passions is Grandmothers Healing Haka, where I co-work with Ojasvin all over the world. We travel lots and meet beautiful lightfamily members and weave together on the lightweb.
My wish for the world is: Aloha! Arohanui! Alles Liebi and a safe journey into the new time!
Hello Beautiful friend, I too have been thinking of you, The Cooking Goddess and I were just speaking of you fondly 2 days ago!! Are you back at home or still travelling? I have been having a huge time, preparing for my journey to South Dakota, Hope to talk to you soon, Much love XXX
Aloha! Arohanui my sister...I miss you and Ojasvin, thank you so much for blessing us with the Grandmother's Healing Haka. Your Sydney whanau is continuing the loving energy that you so generously blessed us with and we look forward to living on the Marae with you in January. The Feather sisiters are excited about there trip to South Dakota and also looking forward to Sedona! xxx
Hi everyone, last week I went to the Healing Haka workshop in Sedona taught by the couple Ojasvin Kingi Davis and Iris Hausermann. It was great. Missed you all a whole lot! It’s a perfect complement to the flower of life workshops. I highly recommend it. There are meditations and greetings that open the heart as well as Polynesian physical fitness thru dance. What I really liked was the spirituality of the dances. These ancient dances had us “creating ball of light” and “pillars of light” while dancing. The Waitaha kept this information alive thru the ages. We scooped energy up and connected to Mother Earth and Father Sky while singing in Maori. Percussive “male” movements and chants were contrasted with the “female” greeting of touching noses, then foreheads. I really liked this greeting a lot. There was a great balance between the masculine and feminine with light hearted laughter. The movements and breathing are specific and have meanings including creating an energy ring around yourself to protect against other’s intentions as well as cleaning your energy and healing yourself. There was the “hula” aspect to the dance, but also a whole lot more! Note that these workshops are conducted in a “loose” Polynesian manner where there isn’t an “exact” schedule. It w as 3 days long and we went with the flow. We also learned a few Celtic songs and Western flower rituals. Iris Hausermann, who is from Switzerland, wove ancient European spirituality into the class. I really felt the Polynesian and the European aspects blend. She co-taught the class and even taught parts of the Waitaha dances. The couple worked as an incredible affectionate team. It was fun just to be part of an event that was conducted in this manner. Ojasvin would sometimes joke to her “what are doing again?” I had a good time. Love John