May 12, 2021

Maori News & Indigenous Views

Rotorua Traditional Maori Healing/Romiromi Workshop

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Where: Te Roro o Te Rangi Marae, Ohinemutu,Rotorua
Date: March Saturday 3,Sunday 4, 2012
Kaiako: Wikitoria Oman

Based on the teachings of Papa Hohepa De La Mere, this Waananga is open to any health worker, practitioner of bodywork or spiritual seeker. Wikitoria Maori Healing has a mission to train Romiromi/Mirimiri Practitioners through the ancient law of traditional Maori Healing to raise the level of health and awareness in whanau, hapu and iwi and for the betterment of humanity worldwide.

  • Whakatau Welcome
  • Whakawhanaungatanga greetings and introductions
  • Maori Healing Overview
  • The Healing Waananga origins, whakapapa, the gift from the ancient ones
  • Who we are, our connection, our soul purpose, our relationship to healing
  • Disease why do we get unwell?
  • Introduction to Traditional Maori Bodywork Romiromi and Mirimiri and related areas
  • Cellular Memory and structure
  • Working in the Whatumanawa what is the whatumanawa? its mission and its relationship to Mauri and Wairua
  • Working in Safety Kaupare,Takutaku (ancient prayer, its purpose and dynamics and mobility)
  • Working in Neutrality
  • Extraneous energy how to identify and release
  • Body alignment, sequences and haemata (pressure points)
  • Hands on demonstration and practice of Romiromi
  • Haputanga (Pregnancy Massage), whenua (afterbirth), fertility.
  • Kawe mate (for lost babies)
  • House and land clearing
  • Poroporoaki

Wikitoria Oman
[email protected]

1 thought on “Rotorua Traditional Maori Healing/Romiromi Workshop

  1. Tena koe
    I am interested in learning romiromi but I see I am late.
    I live in Titahi Bay. I have been a mirimiri practioner fo many years but never had the opportunity to learn romiromi. My mirimiri work is mainly with Tangata Whaiora. I saw someone demonstrating romiromi on TV recently and that is what I need to learn.
    Can you help me please.
    Ruihana Walters
    Te Aitanga-a-Hauiti, Ngati Kahungunu, Ngati Raukawa.
    Tel(04) 236-7155
    Mob: 0274867200

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