Awards Recognition

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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.

Our Ethos

We Approach Wellbeing Holistically;

Considering Emotional, Physical, Cultural, Spiritual, Earth Connection And Relationship Aspects. Strong Empowered People 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 / land)

 

– Wayapa Earth-Based Connection From Australian Indigenous Wisdom

 

– Experiential And Therapeutic Relationship With Horses in an ethical and honouring way.

 

– Our Groundedness Through An Indigenous Spiritual Perspective Of Warida (Wedge-Tailed Eagle In Our Badimaya / Badimia Language)

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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) and ngalimi yunggudya (we give to each other).

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.

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.

Some of the Services That Warida Offer​

All of our services utilise an Indigenous Healing Practices approach. 

This specialist approach is available to Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.

Counselling

$ 150+GST Per Hour / person
  • Extended Sessions Available
  • NDIS Plan Managed And Self Managed Participants (No GST)
  • Trauma-informed & culturally safe

Bush Therapy

$ 200+GST Per Hour / person
  • NDIS Plan Managed And Self Managed Participants (No GST)
  • Group Work Available
  • Trauma-informed & Culturally safe.

Coaching

$ 340+GST Per Hour / person
  • Coaching Programs
  • Self-Paced Online Coaching Programs Available
  • Business Coaching

Equine Assisted Therapy

$ 200+GST Per Hour / person
  • Extended Sessions Available
  • NDIS Plan Managed And Self Managed Participants (No GST)
  • Group Work Available

Testimonials

kind words from our clients

We haven’t ever experienced anything like what you’ve worked to intentionally create for the therapeutic space. It is just that actually …. space …. safe space.... our body hasn’t ever experienced being in a space where it’s so supported to be calm and connected to deep energies and then to share this with you …. another person. Totally new experience for us all ….It actually helps us trust when there is no pressure from the therapist or agenda or assessment of everything we say into their framework of understanding that they then put onto us to define who we are and what our dysfunction is that requires fixing. There’s never been safe space in relationship for us to explore who we might be …. you hold space in such a large way including the earth and elements and nature and the animal beings help because they haven’t ever been so disconnected from it all …. they have so much to show us. Our brain can’t learn to be less fearful if we aren’t actually having better relationships and environments and experiences. Yet no therapy has ever considered this … then our ‘failure’ to think ourselves ‘better’ got us rejected and shamed by the very people who were supposed to be helping us.
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“The online course offered by Bianca Stawiarski from Warida wholistic wellness made me completely change the way I think about myself. Despite not looking back (because it’s a can of worms and I didn’t want to go there) but looking forward, I have learned to value, like and love myself. This has lifted my self-esteem, which has resulted in a more confident and assertive me … and I like it! I found Bianca professional yet approachable. Personally, I am more confident, content and aware of my needs and how they fit in with other people in my life. I’m happier to say no in a constructive manner, happier to do things for myself and find a balance so I continue to help others without jeopardising my needs.'
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Empowering people to heal their disconnection through embracing, exploring and reconnecting with their inner fire: through trauma-informed Counselling, Transformational Coaching, Equine Assisted Therapy, Bush therapy & horse archery as empowerment tools.

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#selfcare Saturday

How are you honouring you today?

This morning Bianca and Nick from Warida, joined with the talented Kirsty from Muscle Pain Management for Anstey Hill&rsparkrun Australiatralia.

Glorious morning!

Check out Kirsty’s information www.musclepainmanagement.com.au/services
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#Selfcare Saturday 

How are you honouring you today? 

This morning Bianca and Nick from Warida, joined with the talented Kirsty from Muscle Pain Management for Anstey Hill’s parkrun Australia. 

Glorious morning!

Check out Kirsty’s information https://www.musclepainmanagement.com.au/services

Super excited for this! Happy Reconciliation Week!!

The very talented Scott Rathman 'JNR' singing his original songs before the film.

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Today marks the start of Reconciliation Week. It’s a week where all of Australia can come together to create change to be a more equitable & reconciled Australia.

The Reconciliation Australia website discusses this year’s theme:

“The National Reconciliation Week 2022 theme, “Be Brave. Make Change.” is a challenge to all Australians— individuals, families, communities, organisations and government—to Be Brave and tackle the unfinished business of reconciliation so we can Make Change for the benefit of all Australians”.

The are a number of diverse activities happening around the country, including free screenings of First Nations movies and educational short stories.

Visit nrw.reconciliation.org.au/ to learn more, as well as checking out eventbrite for other activities.

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#NRW2022 #ReconciliationWeek
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Whoo hoo! Filming wrapped for Channel 44’s Mob Talks TV show. Bianca was honoured to be asked to be a guest on Monday and today’s episodes.

❤️💛🖤That's a wrap! Production finished today on Mob Talks, coming to C44 and CTV+ in 2022. It's a new First Nations talk show, created by producers/directors Keith Gilbey-Warrior and Rick Hutcheson, and it's the first production led by alum of our First Nations Internship Program with the South Australian Film Corporation.

Thanks to all our guests and congrats to everyone who's worked on the production, including those pictured on set today: Marcellus Enalanga (Host), Bianca Stawiarski (guest), Keith Warrior (guest), Keith Gilbey-Warrior (Producer/Director), Rick Hutcheson (Producer/Director), Lauren Hillman (C44 General Manager), Albert Jamae (C44 Production and Development Manager), Star Sandford (Assistant Producer), Victor Ivchenko (Sound Operator), Rodrigo Arias (Camera Operator), Josh Bardo (Camera Operator), Simon Rich (Camera Operator), Luek Grainger (Camera Operator), Max Blake (Make Up), Ashleigh Stewart (Make Up), Mia Fountain (Production Assistant), Laura Lombardo (Production Assistant), Mariah Gates (Photographer) and Allison Marie Croft (BTS video).

Applications are open now for our 2022 First Nations Internship Program intake and you find all the details at c44.com.au/2022/05/23/apply-for-first-nations-internships/

Mob Talks is also supported by the Community Broadcasting Foundation.
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Whoo hoo! Filming wrapped for Channel 44’s Mob Talks TV show. Bianca was honoured to be asked to be a guest on Monday and today’s episodes. 

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Today is the anniversary of the national apology. We call today, 26 May, National Sorry Day. For those of you that don't understand what today symbolises, here are six short informational videos on what today is about. It starts the truth telling process and recognises practices that did and continue to injure mob, families and community. Please take the time to listen.

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youtu.be/b3TZOGpG6cM Prime Minister Rudd's apology 2008

youtu.be/nJq95YhZ1no - Information on what Sorry Day is

youtu.be/vlqx8EYvRbQ - An understanding of intergenerational trauma

youtu.be/m32cvvJ0tqE - Sorry Day book

youtu.be/CE7hCCO9jv8 - information

youtu.be/5V3SX0H7pHc - Aunty Sheila Humphries telling her story.
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Brilliant Ted talk

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Perfect day today at DHS’s Resilience Retreat for their Aboriginal Staff forum.

Sitting around a fire yarning about important topics.

Thanks to the Warida Team for making the day a success.

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That’s amazing! I might suggest our Agency offers this to our Aboriginal workforce.

Was an absolute honour to be interviewed for an episode of Channel 44’s Mob Talks TV show today.

Won’t be screening for a month or so, but here Eva, myself and the host, Marcellus, are back stage in hair and makeup 😊

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Was an absolute honour to be interviewed for an episode of Channel 44’s Mob Talks TV show today. 

Won’t be screening for a month or so, but here Eva, myself and the host, Marcellus, are back stage in hair and makeup 😊

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Aww how beautiful my cousin Marcellus 💛🖤❤🙏 Wow look for to listening xx

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