OJASVIN KINGI DAVIS
Immersed in his vibrant culture throughout his childhood, OJASVIN was initiated by his ancestors in 1988 to perpetuate the ancestral wisdom of his Maori and Waitaha tradition of Aotearoa-New Zealand. He shares his wisdom through music, dance and Maori design.
WAIMAANIA IRIS HAEUSERMANN DAVIS
WAIMAANIA, "the one who brings things from darkness to light," received her name when she graduated from Maori Karanga. From her family tradition and different backgrounds, she has received the transmission of natural healing methods through prayers, rituals, body work and sacred geometry.
Together, they launched Healing Haka®, created the Haka Rongo Aio Formation, the Grandmothers Healing Haka Integral Learning Practice, and the PAIO Ceremonial Massages, founded Grandmothers Healing Charitable Trust New Zealand and the GMHH France Association and are co-creators of the "Célébration de la Terre Unie" festival in France.
Both are members of the Circle of Wisdom of the Union of Ancestral Traditions in France and Teachers of Yoga of Integral Learning of the school
OJASVIN and WAIMAANIA share their teachings on Healing Haka, based on the Maori tradition, enhanced by their understanding of the Celtic and Cosmic Tradition, enriched by their personal learning journey and individual backgrounds. Their way of life reflects a dynamic interweaving between intercultural male and female perspectives, responding to the global call of spiritual re-interconnection.
Maori still live in their tradition, intertwine with the modern world and share the ability to bring the worlds together. Celtic have a deep connection to nature and are on their journey of re-awakening their roots, the Cosmic Tradition unites it all.
HEALING HAKA promotes health and well-being and reflects the learning processes offered by nature. Connecting to these vital processes can help change and transform difficult thinking patterns, emotional blockages, and change our perspective to mental, emotional and spiritual balance.