At SoulAdvisor, our tagline is Nourish Yourself, Heal Our World, and we are a growing collective of practitioners, wellness business owners and the Yuin Country community who want to contribute to a healthier and happier world.
Our healing hubs have been created with a vision of coming together in a nourishing environment to build a strength within community and collectively, play a role in healing our planet.
These monthly gatherings form part of our overall Yuin Country Activation Program, that kicked off on 3rd July at our Healing On Country event and is based on a collaborative approach between SoulAdvisor and Ngungwulah Aboriginal Corporation.
Supported by Sharon Bloxsome, Principal Aboriginal Health Worker for NSW Health for the Illawarra and Shoalhaven region and Jrumpinjinbah, Yuin elder we will continue to share the stories, and talk about the future of health in this area.
This Healing Hub we have invited one of the Community members associated with producing the short movie 'Cultural Burning for Resilience' to present in the context of Healing Country and Paul Gleeson, National Parks and Wildlife ranger and leader of the Manyana Fire Brigade, as Sharon and Jrumpinjinbah will be traveling to Darwin.
This film has been produced as an Aboriginal-led community project. The action research project brings together Aboriginal high school students with Yuin Elders and cultural land management practitioners from the South Coast to learn about good fire, bad fire, and connection to Country.
Our intention is to bring together allied, traditional, complementary and medical practitioners within the local area to connect, find ways to collaborate and create employment opportunities and networks of common focus within the wellness industry inclusive of First Nation community members and the SoulAdvisor practitioner base and to be an active participant in our Yuin Country Activation.
Don't forget to bring your cards and pamphlets for our networking table.
The Yuin Country Activation, of which the monthly Healing Hubs are a component, will create a leadership role for First Nations involvement in collaboration and co-designing ways to improve social, physical, mental and cultural wellbeing in local areas for all peoples, and provide a framework of reciprocal healing between water, land, sea and skies and humans.
Once successful, we aim to replicate our framework across other Countries across Australia, and would love you to become involved.
Join us to mingle and mix with your fellow local practitioners, therapists and traditional healers over brunch and a cuppa.
We look forward to seeing you there.