Be the Change… Community Events & Projects
Community Walks for World Suicide Prevention Day
Community walks, September/October 2013
Community walks for World Suicide Prevention Day 2014 will be listed here or you can visit wspd.org.au
Woundedness, Healing and Ceremony: A Native American perspective
When: Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th September 2014
Where: Reefton (near Warburton) - details provided upon booking
We are pleased to announce the return of Dr Robert (Rocky) Crocker to Oz. Come along and join us for a weekend of teaching and ceremony around themes of woundedness and healing for individuals, families, communities and cultures; linked to a genuine Native American spiritual tradition.
For ‘old hands’ deepen your knowledge and experience a further chapter of ancient wisdom. For newer folks let Rocky introduce to you an understanding of Hocokah, Inipi & what these may enrich or shift in your life. Join Rocky for a weekend discussion and ceremony culminating in Inipi (Sweat lodge).
Contact Sally on email@example.com or phone 03 9077 8668 | 0402 004 858.
This event is generously supported by the Life Is... Foundation and Paradigm Solutions.
Life Is... past events - 2013/14
Dr Robert ('Rocky') Crocker M.D.
Workshops, 22nd - 23rd March 2014
Native American Ceremony, Wisdom and Healing - in Warburton, Yarra Valley
Saturday 22nd March: Native American Ceremony & Healing - 9:30am to 4pm
Sunday 23rd March: Inipi Ceremony (Native American Sweat Lodge) - 10am to 5pm
Join Dr Robert 'Rocky' Crocker MD for an experiential workshop on Native American Ceremony, Healing and Wisdom. Rocky will talk of the Inipi (Lodge) and other ceremonies, which bring with them a deep spiritual connection. He will present ways to integrate these traditions into everyday life.
Contact Sally at Life Is... Foundation: 0402 004 858 | 03 9077 8668 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sally de Beche with Tony Gee
Pathways to Wellbeing, Fortnightly Wednesdays from 11th June to 23rd July 2014, Hocokah House, Canterbury
Explore and Experience Stories and Techniques to Soothe and Heal our Emotional, Physical and Mental Being - Wednesday June 11th, June 25th, July 9th, July 23rd 2014 from 7 to 9pm
This course guides you through meditations, discussions and techniques that have proven
effective while offering pathways to insight, clarity and healing. If you have suffered from
an overactive critical mind, emotional distress or chronic pain these techniques may be
helpful to quiet, calm and create self comforting or healing mechanisms.
Fortnights: Physical Healing - Mental Body Healing - Emotional Healing - Spiritual Healing
Contact Sally for more information: 03 9077 8668 | 0402 004 858 | email@example.com
Dr Lewis Mehl-Madrona & Barbara Mainguy MA
Workshops, 14th to 27th November 2013
Whole Body, Whole Spirit: Native American Healing, Singing and Drumming
Friday 15th to Sunday 17th November, Hocokah House, Canterbury
Experience the extraordinary healing potential of Native American songs and drums in celebrations promoting wholeness in body and spirit. Contact Sally: 0402 004 858 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Stories That Heal: Bringing Narrative Medicine to the Work you do already
Presented by Dr Lewis Mehl-Madrona & Barbara Mainguy
Saturday 23rd November, 2.00pm until 5.00pm, Hocokah House, Canterbury
Contact Sally: 0402 004 858 | 03 9077 8668 | email@example.com
Warburton Mental Health Workshops
Presented by Dr Lewis Mehl-Madrona and Barbara Mainguy
Monday 25 and Tuesday 26 November 2013
Eastern Access Community Health and Life Is... Foundation
Why aren't you listening
Conference, 18 & 19 November 2013
Different perspectives of Aboriginal Mental Health and Suicide
A conference on Aboriginal Mental Health and Suicide Prevention.
Gippsland and East Gippsland Aboriginal Co-operative Limited
Sale Baptist Church, Sale, Victoria
Dr Robert (Rocky) Crocker M.D.
Workshops, 12 - 23 September 2013
An evening of Ancient Wisdom, Music, and Treats to Eat
‘The Importance of Ceremony in Everyday Life’
Saturday 21 September at Hocokah House, Canterbury
Rocky discussed how Ceremony can be applied to our lives including daily rituals based on Native American tradition and Spirituality.