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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Blessed and honoured to be nominated for The Women Changing the World Awards (@thewomenchangingtheworld ). ❤️💛🖤

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Blessed and honoured to be nominated for The Women Changing the World Awards (@thewomenchangingtheworld ). ❤️💛🖤  #womenchangingtheworld
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Love this! Congrats! ❤️❤️❤️

Congratulations 🎊

Congratulations 🎉 Well deserved!

Congrates sis well deserved

Congratulations Bianca! <3

Woooo Sister girl! Fabulous! So well deserved 🥰

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Feeling words from this week's We Al-li Programs' Trauma Informed Care and Practice workshop for the South West Aboriginal Medical Service in Western Australia.

Facilitating with Matt from Healing Legacy.
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Feeling words from this weeks We Al-li Programs Trauma Informed Care and Practice workshop for the South West Aboriginal Medical Service in Western Australia.  Facilitating with Matt from Healing Legacy.

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I love that the most common word used was Caring. Beautiful sis.

Take action, live on your terms, and embrace the discomfort. Just show up, and let the critics fade away. 💪

Watch the replay of this Yarn with B episode with Justine Martin, only on our official

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Justine Martin ❤️

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Our special guest for this episode is Violet Buckskin.

A Narungga, Ngadjuri, Wirangu (Father) and Kaurna Rammindjeri Boandik Wodjabulok (Mother) descendant and respects every one of her lineages. She is also connected to many mobs in SA as she has grown up and lived all over SA from Adelaide Pt Pearce to Leigh Creek to APY.

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I feel u sister, love your work violet

Two deadly women right there! Great work! 💖💖💖

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Yarn with B featuring Violet BuckskinFeb 16, 11:00amViolet Buckskin is a Narungga, Ngadjuri, Wirangu (Father) and Kaurna Rammindjeri Boandik Wodjabulok (Mother) descendant and respect every one of my lineages. She is also connected to many mobs in SA as I have grown up and lived all over SA from Adelaide Pt Pearce to Leigh Creek to APY. ... See MoreSee Less

Yarn with B featuring Violet Buckskin

Violet Buckskin is a Narungga, Ngadjuri, Wirangu (Father) and Kaurna Rammindjeri Boandik Wodjabulok (Mother) descendant and respect every one of my lineages. She is also connected to many mobs in SA as I have grown up and lived all over SA from Adelaide Pt Pearce to Leigh Creek to APY.

Had worked in many areas in Government from Health Worker, Counsellor,
Youth Worker, Youth Justice and more and worked across the state have
upskilled in many areas.

Understanding and respecting cultural process is key to ensuring quality
artwork. She has a natural ability to paint freely and without stencils. She has a learnt and natural understanding of cultural processes and protocols when painting a style from different ancestral lines for example she was able to create beautiful artworks depicting Narungga story lines and this in itself helping to bring the Narungga Art to life.

Through this business she has found naturally we have created a strong network of sisters in business whilst in business as it keeps us strong to be networked with strong women like myself who are trailblazing and succeeding in the space.

We believe as women we do things better and we invest whole heartedly and we thing whole community not just self and one family.

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#yarnwithb #podcastguest #indigenoushealing #mentalhealthjourney
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Violet Buckskin is a Narungga, Ngadjuri, Wirangu (Father) and Kaurna Rammindjeri Boandik Wodjabulok (Mother) descendant and respect every one of my lineages. She is also connected to many mobs in SA as I have grown up and lived all over SA from Adelaide Pt Pearce to Leigh Creek to APY.  Had worked in many areas in Government from Health Worker, Counsellor,
Youth Worker, Youth Justice and more and worked across the state have
upskilled in many areas.  Understanding and respecting cultural process is key to ensuring quality
artwork. She has a natural ability to paint freely and without stencils. She has a learnt and natural understanding of cultural processes and protocols when painting a style from different ancestral lines for example she was able to create beautiful artworks depicting Narungga story lines and this in itself helping to bring the Narungga Art to life.  Through this business she has found naturally we have created a strong network of sisters in business whilst in business as it keeps us strong to be networked with strong women like myself who are trailblazing and succeeding in the space.  We believe as women we do things better and we invest whole heartedly and we thing whole community not just self and one family.  🌿✨️❤️
#yarnwithB #PodcastGuest #IndigenousHealing #MentalHealthJourney

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Violet Marruartu Buckskin ❤️

So much love for this and the talented Violet Marruartu Buckskin from Winda Creation's

Show her some love - head over, like and follow her page.

❤️💛🖤WE ARE BACK! MINYA WINDA'S = LITTLE OWLS

We start this Thursday wow Minya Winda's is fully funded in Gawler for 2024 we look forward to seeing all our Minya Winda's this Thursday from 4.30pm - 6.30pm

We look forward also to be expanding this program across Adelaide in 2024
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So much love for this and the talented Violet Marruartu Buckskin from Winda Creations  Show her some love - head over, like and follow her page.  ❤️💛🖤
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