Wayapa Wuurrk

Wayapa® is an earth connection practice that is based on ancient Indigenous wisdom that focuses on taking care of the Earth as the starting point for creating Earth Mind Body Spirit well-being.

Name of the tradition

Wayapa Wuurrk

What can attendees expect?

Wayapa meets people where they are at, providing a prompt to reconnect with the natural world. As we ourselves are nature, participants will bring unique points of connection to living systems to nourish, release and contribute to the collective consciousness of Earth reciprocity.

Wayapa is about creating a different lifestyle but for those just starting, it can be done as a 25 minute physical practice, sitting or standing, or as a narrative meditation to slow us right down to sit in the stillness of nature.

Participants will have a tailored experience of guided visualisations sharing some of the principles that kept Aboriginal Australia thriving for thousands of years.

About the teacher

Alana Marsh

Wayapa Wuurrk practitioner and trainer, and regenerative system re-setter

Alana is a Meriam woman, with Irish and PNG strands in her life tapestry. A Wayapa practitioner since 2016 and Wayapa trainer of new practitioners since 2021, Alana is also a Regenerative System Re-setter. Understanding the importance of the Being state to inform how we are in the world; Alana is excited to offer an insight into the many riches of Wayapa for individual and collective consciousness.