Empowering Women

to stand in their fire and embrace healing on their own terms.

Ancient Indigenous intuitive methods to reconnect to our innate feminine wisdom

Our Ethos

We Approach Wellbeing Holistically;

Considering wellbeing through emotional, physical, cultural, spiritual, earth connection, economic empowerment, and relationship aspects.

 

Strong empowered women, in all aspects of their lives, are pivotal in encouraging inner strength in their children, grandchildren And partners.

 

The Ethos of Warida Wholistic Wellness sees wellness through Indigenous Healing Practices approaches; Including:

 

– Our connection with each other, gudu-guduwa (coming together) and ngalimi yunggudya (we give to each other).

 

– Awareness and exploration of our inner world.

 

– Our connection with barna (Country).

 

Ngardi Guwanda (listening/thinking/feeling strongly/deeply). Listening with our whole being both within and outside of our bodies.

 

– Experiential and therapeutic relationship with horses and other animals in an ethical and honouring way.

 

– Our groundedness through an Indigenous spiritual perspective of warida (wedge-tailed eagle).

 

-An understanding of how economic empowerment can support healing in traditionally marginalised communities.

Warida

Our 7 Pillars Of Excellence

show what underpins everything that we do – our ethos for being.

Integrity

We are honest, open and ethical. This is the cornerstone of who we are.

Passion

We are passionate about everything we do, including mentoring other businesses and sharing our knowledge.

Culturally Safe, Sensitive and Reciprocal

Indigenous cultural safety, competency and the importance of connection to Country underpins everything we do. We live “gudu-guduwa” (coming together), ngalimi yunggudya (we give to each other) and ngardi guwanda (listening/thinking/feeling strongly/deeply).

Ongoing Learning

We are avid learners and invest time and resources to keep up to date with new services, techniques and research to better service our communities.

Empowerment

We walk alongside our clients, helping them connect with their inner fire and Country as part of their healing process.  We believe experiences are not something to be “fixed” but embraced. We also understand the importance of economic empowerment in the healing process.

Global Citizenship

We embrace differences but we also believe that we have a lot to give as an Indigenous social enterprise. 

Challenging

We believe in pushing boundaries and having the courage to tackle any challenges.

Warida Wholistic Wellness Encourages Each Of Us To Fully Embrace Who We Are, Stepping Into Our Power.

By all accounts we are a nation in crisis – the statistics are beyond alarming: 45% of Australians will experience a mental health issue in their lifetime; 6 Australian’s per day suicide with another 30 people attempting per day; and 1 in 3 women and 1 in 5 men experience domestic violence. Add to this that the world health organisation has listed burn out as a growing concern. Many people are tired of being looked at as broken, dysfunctional and something needing "fixing". More and more people are exploring empowering mental health and wellbeing services as far away from the medical model as possible. Decolonising mental health and wellbeing addresses this need.

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Brilliant day yesterday facilitating a training session on Developing Cultural Fitness for Flinders University’s Student Association.

Brilliant to see so many dedicated student and staff reps attending.

Of course, got to yet again facilitate with the incredible Tod from Legacy Counselling and Consultancy.

Thoroughly enjoyed creating the content for Flinders Uni.

#CulturalFitness #training #facilitation #sovereignbusiness #entrepreneur #IndigenousEntrepreneur
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Brilliant day yesterday facilitating a training session on Developing Cultural Fitness for Flinders University’s Student Association.  Brilliant to see so many dedicated student and staff reps attending.  Of course, got to yet again facilitate with the incredible Tod from Legacy Counselling and Consultancy.  Thoroughly enjoyed creating the content for Flinders Uni.  #CulturalFitness #training #facilitation #sovereignbusiness #entrepreneur #IndigenousEntrepreneurImage attachmentImage attachment+5Image attachment

Whoo hoo!! Tod from Legacy Counselling and Consultancy have launched their first podcast for Strait Talk!!

Was an absolute honour to be featured on his podcast. Watch the first part here (cause we all know that is mob like to yarn 🤣).

I don’t usually talk about my early life.

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Looking forward to this morning’s Presentation at the 5th International Conference on Trauma and Embodiment.

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It was a beautiful and life affirming experience.

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Let me know if worth reading when finished sis xo

so keen for this 🥰🙏

🌿 Just finished reading Kimmerer's powerful and glorious chapter on the covenant of reciprocity. It's a beautiful reminder of our interconnectedness with Country, the importance of giving back as much or more than we take. Kimmerer gives us suggestions on how we can give to Country …. through expressing gratitude, ceremony, attention, respectful relationship, landcare, and recognising Country as having their own personhood. This last one is appearing more and more in articles, and it really resonates with Warida’s approach.

Let's strive to honour and uphold this sacred approach in our daily lives with Country.

#CovenantOfReciprocity #RobinKimmerer #NatureConnection 🌱
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🌿 Just finished reading Kimmerers powerful and glorious chapter on the covenant of reciprocity. Its a beautiful reminder of our interconnectedness with Country, the importance of giving back as much or more than we take.  Kimmerer gives us suggestions on how we can give to Country …. through expressing gratitude, ceremony, attention, respectful relationship, landcare, and recognising Country as having their own personhood. This last one is appearing more and more in articles, and it really resonates with Warida’s approach.  Lets strive to honour and uphold this sacred approach in our daily lives with Country.  #CovenantOfReciprocity #RobinKimmerer #NatureConnection 🌱

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A fabulous book!

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