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Rongoa sessions explore traditional maori healing
4 October 2016

Rongoa maori featured in a two-day wananga recently at Kuha marae in Waikaremoana. It was hosted by Jennifer Takuta-Moses of Te Whanaupani and Ngati Hinekura, Waikaremoana and Amanda Claire of Ngati Makoro, Frasertown. The programme included three rongoa sessions exploring traditional Maori healing. A group of rongoa practitioners followed a rongo trail in the first session through the forest to a crystal lake, an ancient Tuahuroa (sacred place).

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