Anahata Te Waipounamu Festival


18-20th January 2019 Journey's End Loburn 

TIMETABLE 

Friday 18th January 


Set up tents and camping from 11am
Stall holders set up from 9am
Make sure to bring cash for food stalls and also the other great gift & healing stalls, 
also welcome to bring your own picnic and food/drinks

1pm-2pm Welcoming circle, festival opening and blessing with Putatara sounds.

2pm-3.30pm Jackie Timms Te Rakau Aporo Guided meditation and teachings

3.30pm-5.30pm Ecstatic dance with DJ Trillion

5.30pm-7.00pm Dinner (shared vegan meal for the campers prepared by Anahata Kitchen)

7pm Shamanic Sound Healing and Totem Animal Wisdom with Robert James Haywood in the hall

9.00pm Drumming Circle, Stories & Chai


Saturday 19th January

7-9am Vegan Breakfast (prepared by Anahata Kitchen)

9am Sharin Shaik Breathe Yoga

10am Lucy Verde Roze AnimaLiberation & Oneness meditation

11am-1pm Kundalini Yoga

 2-3pm - Laughter yoga with Martine Saltoun in hall

2-3pm - Garden City Hippy  Loop Pedal Musician

3-4pm - Healing Embrace, channelling lightbeings with Linda Dowsett

3pm - Belly dancing workshop with TribalDiva

4pm - Cacao Ceremony at Goddess Temple. Candles, and purifying smudging with Palo Santo

4-6pm Ecstatic Dance with Jussy Jus

6pm-7.30pm Funk and Disorderly classic covers with their original spin six-piece collaboration

6pm-7pm Dinner (shared vegan meal for the campers prepared by Anahata Kitchen)

7.00pm Shamanic Journeying with Karen Effie in the hall

9.00pm Belly dancers performance, fire spinning, drumming and chai

Sunday 20th January

7-9am -dj/ live music with vegan breakfast from our Anahata Kitchen

9am-10am Yoga with Dani Davis

9-11am Free Dancing workshop with Nicole Wiedemann

10am Reiki workshop with Martine Saltoun 

11-1pm Kirtan Yoga, the yoga of music call and response workshop

1-3pm Live Stage- loops DH LOOPS Dylan Hawes and Jason Lockhorst 

3-4.00pm Sound healing collaboration and Closing Circle


Rongoa - Plant medicine hut 
There will be ongoing harakeke weaving and rongoa discussions
- herb teas & talks on.....
Rongoa and plant magic
Harakeke weaving workshop
Foraging wild edibles
Essential oils and emotions